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    Default Hunger Pains?

    Oh my gosh they won't away, I almost feel like being sick.

    I have started really portion controlling and also eating small meals frequently instead of not eating often but eating big meals when I do.

    Last night I was naughty and had take away (long story why) and that made my stomach very crampy and painful (hasn't happened before like that) but I was very hungry.

    But I woke up this morning in the same pain and discomfort, I have been good food wise today and it won't go away.

    What can I do to ease it? I seriously feel like just pigging out on something to make it stop but I know that's not the right thing to do.

    Urgh

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    When I was too lazy to prepare food, I would drink water to fill myself up so I didn't feel hungry.

    I don't know if that would work for you or not, but surely it wont hurt.

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    Thanks @sweetseven I've been sipping water/drinking water and it was making me feel sick, but just had another drink and for now it's more a dull ache over a large pain.

    This weightloss thing sucks I am feeling a motivation flat line at the moment.


 

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