Three days I've been 'sick' though I don't really understand what's happening to me.
The exact details-
I was up late at a party... i drank coffee, the first with a little shot of Baileys, then just normal coffee after that. I rarely drink alcohol. I was a pretty late night, went to sleep at around 4am.
I was feeling stressed out about having to leave on five-six hour flight the next day.
The next day when I woke up around 11:00am I was starving. I ate a banana and we all went to a restaurant. By the time my food came I was feeling kind of nauseous. I ate maybe 6 French fries and felt sick so I didn't eat anymore. I went to the bathroom and did number #2... it was liquid.
The rest of the day I felt too nauseous and stressed out to eat and had a coffee before my flight. I didn't eat the first plane, but had a coffee. I had another by the second plane I was beginning to feel normal hunger rather than nausea. I ate a chicken noodle soup. I arrived about 12am at my destination. I had nothing to eat and was drained so I just went to sleep.
The next day I awoke feeling intense hunger. I got a coffee and a bagel but had trouble stomaching the entire bagel. I was feeling nauseous most of the day, and did #2 several times that morning/afternoon... the feces was always liquid. I forced myself to stomach a small amount of chili. Later that evening my stomach had settled somewhat, I had a bowl of cereal with soy milk.
The following day the same feeling in the morning very intense hunger to the point where thought of eating sickened me and again I tried a coffee and bagel. I didn't feel well enough to eat most of the bagel. I used the washroom, again liquid #2 a couple times and finally went out to buy a banana (it was the only food I was craving). I also got a fruit cup with grapes, melons, and some fruit that was probably orange... I didn't feel like eating the orange part for some reason, but the other melon and grapes I ate no problem... the banana was under-ripe so I couldn't eat it, but I ate a mango instead. I felt a little better after this assortment of fruit, but it wasn't until the evening that I started feeling myself again. I ate two bowls of cereal (the kind with oats mixed with nuts and raisins) with soy milk.
This is the fourth day. I awoke again today with excruciating hunger pains. I was hungry but repulsed by thoughts of eating anything but a banana. I went out and bought a banana and ate it but found I had to do so a little bit at a time. I used the bathroom again at least a half dozen times by 2pm (this is becoming a trend I really don't enjoy) again the feces is liquid. Today I drank several glasses of water as I'm worried I may be becoming dehydrated with using the washroom so frequently and liquidly. I ate another mango around noon, and got a vegetable cup today with carrots, celery, broccoli, and cauliflower. I also ate a few cherry tomatoes. I got a carton of half and half cream and drank that after eating a multivitamin (I got them since I'm concerned maybe I'm missing some serious vitamins or minerals). I also drank one of those Carnation Breakfast drinks since solids seem really unappealing to me while I suffer the constant and intense hunger. The breakfast drink sat pretty heavy in my stomach. Even after eating all that I still had hunger pains that would not subside till around 6-7 in the evening (this seems to have been the same trend over the last four days). I ate half a bowl of chili to try and get some meat and fiber... i couldn't stomach any more than half the can though. Right now it's 10:00pm, I feel better, but I'm afraid to go to sleep.... will it all just begin again tomorrow... will this suffering end... what's wrong with my body? While I'm feeling healthy tonight I think I'm going to try stuffing myself before bed, perhaps if I'm full while asleep I won't wake up with crippling hunger tomorrow... otherwise I think I'll be calling a doctor. Any suggestions, diagnosis, and/or preventative measures would be greatly appreciated... I never want to feel this way again.
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