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EX-PRESSO Posts: 478
1/10/13 2:38 A

I would concentrate on getting better - and not tracking for a couple or days (or even weeks)

Hope you are better soon.

BENTOGYRL Posts: 278
1/10/13 1:52 A

Ick. That's just awful, I hope they fix the medication soon.

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1/9/13 8:22 P

Eww. I hope you feel better soon!

1/9/13 7:37 P

I too would not encourage tracking on days (or for meals) that this occurs.

Dietitian Becky

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1/9/13 5:38 P

I wouldn't bother tracking on a day that what I ate did not stay with me.

JBEAUFORD Posts: 343
1/9/13 5:26 P

I take a medication that makes me extremely ( I mean EXTREMELY) sensitive to smells, sights, and such. So much so that it makes morning sickness during pregnancy feel like a walk in the park. Anyway, my question is, if you happen to be sick or "not retain the foods you eat", do any of you take that into consideration when tracking your calories and such for a day? I had a really really bad day a couple of days ago where the only thing I kept down was a few bites of whole grain rice, even though I ate meals all day and such. It isn't an everyday occurance or anything, and my doctor isnt concerned that its serious enough to be anything more than an annoyance. Hopefully dropping a few more pounds will help me get off this medication anyway.

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