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Mountainsky
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Another member has this same issue and recently posted about it.

No matter what I eat, small or large I feel very uncomfortable after. I get a quick full feeling. Within 10 minutes my stomach feels so empty like I haven't eaten in days.

It's not a fun feeling at all ontop of everything else happening.

Any suggestions? Why this happening?

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Carol in PA
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When did this begin?
Does it seem to be related to anything else in your life, such as starting a new medication.
Are you having any other digestive issues.
Is your menstrual period regular.


One thing I know of that can cause this symptom is pregnancy. This is normal for pregnancy and is due to hormones from the ovaries.

Sometimes if this symptom starts and the woman is not pregnant, it's due to hormones secreted by the ovaries when they should not be doing so.
This is not normal and should be checked by your physician, in case there is a growth on one of the ovaries.

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Def not pregnant. Periods are fine.

I started Rifabutin 2 weeks ago and have had hell of a herx. That's when it began.

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It probably cut your appetite.

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Carol in PA
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I remember feeling very full after only eating a small amount when I got pregnant.
It sounds minor but was so annoying, as I always had a good appetite.

During pregnancy it’s caused by higher amounts of hormones from the ovaries.
If it happens when you are not pregnant, then it might be a symptom of ovarian cancer.


I’ve read that many women have great difficulty convincing their doctors that something is wrong if they feel full after only eating a little.

Physicians who are not familiar with pregnancy may not know about this symptom and may not realize that a tumor on the ovary can also cause it.
There is a blood test to measure that hormone, to see if it’s too high.


If you get a chance, tell your LLMD about the problems you’re having.
If he suggests that you stop the med for a couple days and this symptom clears up, then you know it was probably due to the med.

Let us know what happens.

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