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Hungry after eating

I have this weird thing that happens after I eat. I'm not that hungry when I start eating, and then I eat a full meal and end up feeling hungrier than I started. The meal is balanced with protein, fat, and carb. I'm not going very long between meals 4-5 hours. Does this happen to anyone else? It's so freaky and confusing. Once I start eating it's like I never want to stop!

Fri. Jan 12, 1:13am

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Have you talked to your doctor about this? If not, I think you should. I'm sort of wishing that you were joking. I think it would be terrible to have to go through that. Best of luck to you.

Friday, January 12, 2007, 6:59 AM

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Yes, I experience this. I feel hungry all the time, and hungrier right after eating. It's acid reflux/GERD, and definitely is something the doctor can help you with. Particularly if you have GERD you should try to minimize the acid, because it can damage the lower part of your esophagus and make you more prone to develop esophageal cancer.

Friday, January 12, 2007, 7:16 AM

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Nope, I don't have acid reflux. No burn or acid is coming up after I eat.

And to the 6:59 am poster, it is miserable. :(

Friday, January 12, 2007, 10:56 AM

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So true! It seems like once I start eating, the floodgates open up.

Friday, January 12, 2007, 3:11 PM

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Doesn't matter whether or not you experience it as a burn, it can still be acid reflux. Much reflux is "silent" in the very lowest point of the esophagus and does a lot of damage before the person knows they have it.

Friday, January 12, 2007, 3:53 PM

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This happens to me, but I find that if I wait half an hour or so, I've digested my food and it goes away.

I actually serve myself what I should eat, and then when I finish eating, I look at the clock and tell myself that I am not allowed to eat until the time is half an hour later than it is when I finish eating. Then, if I am still hungry, I am allowed to eat more.

Since I know that I'm "allowed" to eat more in just a short amount of time, it's a little bit easier to stop. But, really, it does take willpower. Then, after the half hour, once everything has been cleaned up and I've pretty much moved on to my next activity, I rarely still want to eat more.

Friday, January 12, 2007, 3:53 PM

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Maybe you could try eating every 3 hours instead of 4-5? I find that I'm famished after waiting more than 3-3-1/2 hours. Good luck to you!

Friday, January 12, 2007, 4:39 PM

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Another trick is to drink a heap of water after you've finished your meal to maybe kind of 'fill the extra gap' :)

Friday, January 12, 2007, 4:56 PM

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Is it possible this is "appetite" and not "hunger" per se?

Saturday, January 13, 2007, 9:23 AM

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I think some of us are talking about appetite and some of us are talking about hunger.

I am the person who posted who is diagnosed with acid reflux. What I am talking about is the physical sensation of GNAWING HUNGER. This is pain in the stomach and lower esophagus, caused by acid, which is relayed to the brain by the same nerves that carry hunger pangs. So, I feel as if I am starving to death. The big clue is, I feel MORE hunger pangs right after eating, which is when my stomach is releasing acid to digest the food.

Weirdly enough, when I'm actually hungry from not eating I often feel nauseous.... How backward is THAT??!

Saturday, January 13, 2007, 11:07 AM

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Sometimes I feel like I'm "hungry" after eating, but it's really that I want the taste of something else. You may want to change up what you're eating. Try incorporating a salad or small bowl of soup before your meal and then protein/carb/veggie combo. I'd also suggest a small snack containing some protein and fiber between meals if you're waiting 4-5 hours.

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Monday, January 15, 2007, 11:53 PM

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First talk to your doctor cause everyone experiences symptoms differently. I used to get that all the time and still do but its pretty rare now. In my case I would eat and well thought out meal and finish and like 10 min later feel like I'm hungry. I spoke to several people about this, doctor, pt, and friend who is a dietician, I tried several different things. I first tried waiting to eat until I was hungry (not famished) then after I ate I would drink a glass of water. If I got that feeling of hunger I would drink more water and wait 1/2 hour. Usually it would go away but sometimes it didn't. I started keeping a journal and noticed that the times I got hungry after eating were all times when I had a higher carb type of meal, so I cut that down and added more veggies, after the meal I'd have a piece of fruit. It went away with this combo. I think the higher carbs for me was a false trigger of wanting more food. Now I eat a very low carb diet and sometimes when my blood sugars get to low I feel like I'm hungry but I now know how to control that.

Tuesday, January 16, 2007, 2:04 AM

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I have just been getting this same feeling all week, and I have a bad illness as of recent. I'm not sure if its because of the cold or what because its just a common cold. But its not just a "hungry" feeling an hour or two after eating, its a starving feeling with hunger pains to the point where I almost vomit, immeadiatly after I finish eating. I'm afraid I may be pregnant. But I really hope not! What is going on? I'm afraid to keep eating because I don't want to gain weight but on the other hand I'm afraid I'll be in pain or vomit if I don't eat more. Anyone know what this is?

Friday, February 01, 2008, 12:32 AM

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try drinking lots of water or take a fruit!

Friday, February 01, 2008, 11:53 AM

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this is driving me crazy

Hi, I have this same hungry after eating thing .. i've had it for 6 months now and it used to be a lot worse but since i've been on nexium it happens only usually after dinner so i feel like i have to keep eating and eating and then i usually wake up around 5-6 to eat and it's driving me crazy! do you know if there's anything i can do about this?

Wednesday, February 13, 2008, 8:57 AM

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Finally -- it's not just me! If I ask a lot of my friends, they don't even know what hunger pangs are -- they just have a feeling or knowing they should eat something. My upper GI was negative for reflux, but I've always had what I would call "heartburn." I take Prilosec daily for this, but still have horrible hunger pangs, even after eating a regular balanced meal. In fact, it seems, the more balanced, the worse the pangs. But what I've found is that they go away when I take an SSRI antidepressant, such as Prozac or Celexa, etc. Currently, because I don't want to take those meds, I am experimenting with 5-HTP supplmentation using a product from Craniyums (available from a web search; I am not a paid endorser and have no relationship with them, other than as a consumer). As long as I take the supps., I don't have the hunger pang problem.

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Saturday, March 29, 2008, 4:29 PM

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are you drinking enough water? I try to drink 32oz with every meal that helps me to feel full. Sometimes I feel hungry after I eat if I eat very lightly (200 cal toast dinner), but the water usually helps that.

Sunday, March 30, 2008, 8:33 AM

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jillian from biggest loser recomends brushing your teeth after everytime you eat because food is less appetizing with toothpaste taste in your mouth

Sunday, March 30, 2008, 8:40 PM

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I have the same problem it is so strange if I am not hungry and eat I can eat so so much but if I start out hungry I get full really fast. Strange I know. I also have the problem that when I am eating something I think about something else I can eat always thinking about that next food. I think we just have to control these cravings.

Sunday, March 30, 2008, 9:27 PM

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If you are experiencing the gnawing burning "hunger" that I did after eating (when I knew I wasn't hungry) and especially craving certain foods, and not feeling well in other ways (energy level for one, and yeast infections for anothe..there are many symptoms I had 45!) I may be able to shed some light on this. Google "candida albicans and food cravings," it was an epiphony for me. I did all the "right" things and also sought medical treatment for the burning. In my case, however, it was not acid reflux or ulcers as my doctor thought. Being prescribed Prilosec made it worse and worse. No one seemed to understand the real problem, until my dentist found traces of a fungus in my mouth, and I realized I had had yeast infections, skin probs, and even got a spot on my toe. Long story short, as soon as I read of candida albicans I KNEW this was my problem. I had been struggling with many symptoms but didn't recognize them as such. I suspect this is a very widespread thing and mis-understood by doctors. My doctor gave me Prilosec and that let the candida grow out of control and I suffered for 2 years of pain and not understanding why I had "lost it" with food. It was horrible, that is true. As soon as I read about it, I discontinued my birth control pills, and the Prilosec. You may feel bad for a few days while the candida dies off from inside your body, but 6 days into this I FEEL LIKE A NEW PERSON, or my old self again :-) The funniest part is the "ulcer" pains disappeared when Prilosec was stopped. All the advice to take acid blockers may be the worst thing for you if you have candida as I dad because blocking stomach acid makes a friendly place for the fungus to thrive and grow inside. My craving for cheese, bread and sweets, and coke and coffee were either this THING clamoring to be fed or else my poor body looking for a way to balance out my system. I was eating to make my stomach feel better, but it gets worse and worse. I think the original poster MAY be experiencing the same thing as I did, but I found that during my stuggles I got all the wrong advice because people assumed it was just normal stomach and food things like they experienced. My health was starting to deteriorate as I was full of candida albicans, probably brought on by my bodies defenses being compromised by antibiotics (they kill your beneficial bacteria and allow the yeast to flourish into a fungus) and stress and maybe caffeine plus heavy exercise and a low-fat diet for too many years. It is such a relief to know why I was sick and to feel better. I found plenty of help on the internet, and amazingly none from my doctor :-( In fact her prescriptions made my problems much worse. I FEEL GREAT NOW not one craving for anything not even my usual coffee-jones. This was such a stuggle for me and it was such a godsend to finally figure it out, I was prompted to post this in case it can help some others. My doctor never understood my symptoms, just assumed it was ulcers, or reflux, and my faithful adherence to taking that med for 2 years caused damage to my health and a lot of suffering. Btw another symptom is brain fog especially after eating certain foods. And horrible fatigue. And, weight gain. I gained 50 pounds in 2 years, yet I was malnourished as your body cannot absorb the minerals you need from your food. While I did all the things people here have suggested! All good healthy advice, IF you have a healthy digestive tract and organs. But if you have candida albicans all the best efforts in the world won't help because you basically have a hungry parasite living inside you. Don't be scared but do be informed. A temporary restrictive diet and probiotics are basically the cure. Hope you like yogurt! Within 2 days all hunger and cravings were non existent, and I feel NORMAL!!!!! :-) Good luck to you, hope this may help. I believe we must respect our doctors but also be our own health advocates. I was trying so hard to understand what I was doing wrong, turns out I was very sick for a very long time. I hope I can help some others avoid what I went thru. Good health to you all!

Wednesday, April 01, 2009, 4:33 PM

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4:33 - Very interesting info

I'm not the OP, but your experience is interesting. I have heard of this before, but haven't investigated it enough. The symptom of "brain fog" is especially interesting (and probably the reason I can't think of any other adjective besides "interesting!") so I'm off to read more!

Thank you.

Wednesday, April 01, 2009, 4:43 PM

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THANKYOU FOR SAVING MY SANITY AND POSSIBLY MY LIFE

After reading your post i knew i had finally found my problem, i too have had most of the symptoms including constant thrush that as soon as i get rid of it, its back with a vengeance and premature menopause (with no period for 2 and a half years) which hopefully will soon reverse itself. My mood swings were so bad that my beautiful 14 year old daughter went to live with my mum as she couldnt handle my outbursts anymore. Luckily I have the most wonderful man in the world that copped all of my nastiness and still didnt leave me. I was constantly starving even after i ate and usually it was such burning starvation that made me feel like vomiting. I stacked on the weight even though i was barely eating and what i was eating was pretty healthy stuff. I became a bit of an alcoholic too because i dont have a sweet tooth so i craved the coke that i only ever drank with bourbon. I was suicidal off and on. All up until last week when i read your post and started starving the infection with organic food and water only, oreganol, yakults and inner health plus capsules. I felt sick for a week as you suggested might happen and now i feel on top of the world. I really appreciate you taking the time to post your message as without it, myself and many other people would still be dying slowly of this horrible fungus without even knowing what the actual problem was and without any help from the 50 different doctors, naturopaths and specialist i saw. I am now well on the road to recovery and hopefully i can just fix things with my daughter next. So thankyou so much again.

I found this checklist on the chrones.com website which is very helpful, I scored 15.

Are Your Health Problems Yeast Connected?

Taken from Dr W Crook MD's Book "The Yeast Connection"

If your answer is yes to any question, when you've completed the questionnaire, add up the points you've checked. Your score will help you determine the possibility (or probability) that your health problems are connected to yeast infection.

1. Have you taken repeated or prolonged courses
of antibacterial drugs?
YES = 4

2. Have you been bothered by recurrent vaginal, prostate or urinary infections?
YES = 3

3. Do you feel "sick all over," yet the cause hasn't been found?
YES = 2

4. Are you bothered by hormone disturbances,including PMS, menstrual irregularities, sexual dysfunction, sugar craving, low body temperature or fatigue?
YES = 2

5. Are you unusually sensitive to tobacco smoke, perfumes, colognes and other chemical odors?
YES = 2

6. Are you bothered by memory or concentration problems? Do you sometimes feel "spaced out"?
YES = 2

7. Have you taken prolonged courses of prednisone or other steroids; or have you taken "the pill" for more than 3 years?
YES = 2

8. Do some foods disagree with you or trigger your symptoms?
YES = 1

9. Do you suffer with constipation, diarrhea, bloating or abdominal pain?
YES = 1

10. Does your skin itch, tingle or burn; or is it unusually dry; or are you bothered by rashes?
YES = 1

Scoring for women: If your score is 9 or more, your health problems are probably yeast connected. If your score is 12 or more, your health problems are almost certainly yeast connected.

Scoring for men: If your score is 7 or more, your health problems are probably yeast connected. If your score is 10 or more, your health problems are almost certainly yeast connected

Sunday, June 14, 2009, 3:02 AM

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I would definitely get hungry after 4 - 5 hours! sounds normal to me.

Sunday, June 14, 2009, 10:41 AM

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Is there anyway to find out who created the original long post on candida albicans? I would love to know what you did. A homeopathic doctor? A book? It sounds like you totally reversed this debilitating condition and would love to know more. I'm had chronic fatigue syndrome for 15 years, and now this constant terrible hunger and 16 pound weight loss in the last 2 months. I'm being tested for celiac, but they don't mention the hunger problem, and some of the foods they recommend seem to give me problems. Your post was the first possible light I've seen since I've been searching these past 2 frightening months.
Thanks in advance!

Tuesday, October 06, 2009, 9:33 PM

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Hunger following a meal

If after a meal, you have the sensation of hunger or that gnawing effect ion your stomach and feel the need to eat something again it could most likely be:

1.) Incorrect food combining directly effects digestion, which in turn upsets the breakdown of your food, and uncomfortable digestion. There are a few good rules for proper food combining see the audio-book combo: Nutrition for Your Body Mind and Spirit. Some rules include no proteins with grains, no fruits with any other food, etc. Also while you are learning to eat correctly take a high quality digestive enzyme and probiotics - acidophilus - JARROW FORMULAS is a good quality.

2.) If you consume an excess of acid forming foods over that of alkaline forming foods that will contribute to even more acid in your body which will upset digestion. Suggest you eat more alkaline FORMIING Foods (that is what happens to foods when mixed with your saliva.) Also you can add the product Alkalife to your water and healthy beverages.

3.) Never drink coffee or any caffeine or sodas on an empty stomach this can contribute to that nasty stomach sensation plus these beverages are an exceptionally high in acid forming beverage. Consume an abundance of water not tap or well water. Be sure never to gulp your water instead, sip and chew it - this mixes with the saliva, which slows down absorption and allows the body to heal.

4.) Are you hungry for sweets after a meal? YES! Then you probably are hyperglycemic. Get yourself checked for that it could eventually lead to diabetes type II. Suggestion - to help overcome the sweet consumption is to take a high quality brand of the mineral GTF Chromium.

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Sunday, November 15, 2009, 2:42 PM

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eat every two hours or eat 5-6 times a day.

Sunday, November 15, 2009, 8:21 PM

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I have had that feeling of being hungry right after you eat! The thing is....I'm not craving food, nor do I have the desire to eat. I feel satisfied. My stomach growls and gurgles like I haven't eaten all day though. I think the worst time for me was when I tried to sleep at night, it kept me awake with all the churning going on. I had this problem for about 8 years which had progressively gotten worse. I finally went to a Dr. about this and started taking Nexium which really helped. I had no insurance so only used it for a month since it is pricey. Then I went back to taking Pepto Bismol which didn't work as well but helped somewhat. I too, finally started treating myself for Candida and it has taken care of the problem! Sometimes I wonder if Dr.'s even know what they are doing half the time! Worst of all, others saw me as not having control over my food since I used to eat all the time trying to take care of my whining stomach. My husband kept telling me the reason why I was gaining so much weight was because I didn't know when to stop! Since taking care of the yeast problem, I now only eat when I am really hungry.

Tuesday, February 23, 2010, 11:48 AM

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Feeling hungry after eating!

In my case I can eat till I'm full and still have the hunger pangs right afterwards. I'm not hungry and not craving food ....it's just the hunger pangs. So annoying.

Sunday, April 18, 2010, 10:42 AM

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I too, had this feeling. I also had systemic candida and a host of other problems. Allergies, my thyroid wasn't working well, suicidal thoughts, malnutrition, chronic runs, brain fog. Still don't know exactly what caused mine, possibly linked to child birth, amalgam fillings and SAD diet. Two things you need to know; Candida is a result of an acidic, non-oxygenated body. Period. If you become alkaline and oxygenated, it dies off. PERIOD! It's similar to a tree. A tree needs carbon dioxide to survive. Put a tree in a bell dome, pump it with oxygen, and it dies. Put Candida in oxygen and it dies. To become alkaline, remove the following from your diet: alcohol, coffee, tea, sodas, all sugars, wheat (acidic and creates phlegm), dairy (thickens phlegm). Eat the following: salads (not iceberg), sprouts, raw tomatoes (cooked are acidic) cukes, asparagus, lots of broccoli, carrots, green beans, squash, garlic, onions, beets, cauliflower, brussel sprouts, basically all veggies. (if you have the runs, you'll probably have to cook most of your veggies as your intestines won't tolerate raw) Limit fruits, most are acidic. Lemons and limes are fine. (they become alkaline as your body uses them) Clean, organic meats are acidic, but you'll need the calories. Drink 8- 8oz glasses of pure water a day to flush out the dying Candida. You're gonna feel worse before you feel better. Sorry. Do some sort of exercise to get oxygen in your body, but not too crazy. (Side Note: A lot of people who don't have Candida and are always hungry are actually dehydrated. Drink a glass of water 20 min. before meals, or start your meals with soup. Limit beverages during meals as this dilutes stomach acids and produces incomplete digestion.) Hope this helps.

Wednesday, May 05, 2010, 10:04 PM

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I forgot to add to the above post: all meds are acidic. (not suggesting you stop taking prescriptions w/o checking with Doctor first) Referring mostly to over the counter pain killers, etc. Digestive enzymes were a HUGE help to me. I take Digest-Aid to this day. 2 capsules before each meal. Pro-biotics help restore the natural flora in your intestines. Many of them contain milk. If you're having the runs, you need to stay away from milk. The runs break off the villi in your intestines which secrete chemicals to help break down milk. It takes 3-4 days for the villi to grow back after a case of the runs. Sorry this sounds so gross, but you need to know why about everything health related. If you have the runs, start out slow with the pro-biotics. They can sometimes, in some people create runs because they kill off the "bad stuff" in your intestines. It's helpful to start a food journal. Write down EVERYTHING you ingest. Write down EVERY response. It takes 3 to 4 days for a food (or whatever) to completely leave your body. Sometimes you can match up cause and effects. As you kill off the Candida you might come down with a "cold", head-ache, body aches. Just your body trying to detox all the die-off. Good-luck, again. :)

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Wednesday, May 05, 2010, 10:23 PM

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I've had the same exact sensations, especially if sick or on medications. It's getting better. You might try drinking a hot beverage before you eat as it signals the full button. Glad to know I'm not alone. Learned alot reading these comments.

Thursday, May 06, 2010, 3:37 PM

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Tuesday, September 28, 2010, 8:19 PM

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The Gnawing Hunger comment

I'm 3 1/2 years late reading this blog. To whomever posted about knawing hunger due to stomach acid, thank you. That seems to fit my symptoms as well. So perhaps instead of eating more an hour later, perhaps I should eat a few Tums?

In addition, I also feel completely nauseated after not having eaten in 4 hours rather than simply "hungry." It's seriously irritating. I will definitely mention this to my doc.

Monday, October 18, 2010, 7:20 PM

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Friday, February 18, 2011, 5:42 PM

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THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!

I really hope the person who wrote about candida albicans and food cravings comes back to check this site because you have made a HUGE difference in my life. I never would have thought that my weird hunger pangs AFTER eating were connected to other random symptoms I seemed to have until I started looking into Candida Albicans. It has explained so much! I was off work sick for three weeks last year with liver problems, hives, and all sorts of weird other things and no doctor could figure it out. The symptoms continued just less frequently until your post put it all together. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU! I am so grateful for you posting!!!

Monday, April 18, 2011, 9:46 PM

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hungry after eating

Hi there,

I just read about your experience with acid reflux and candida yeast infection.

I have the same problem as you did I think. I started having stomach problems after was given an antibiotics cream internally, got some thrush and I started having bad stomach problems. Then after I had another course of anitbiotics I started getting acid reflux symptoms: woke up with painful throat int he mornings and in the evenings, as soon as I bend down or moved around a lot.

My experience with my GPs are that they treat the symptoms and not the underlying cause. I was given PPIs (acid reducing med) which made it all worse and I have now been given Zantac (H2 protagonist) which is keeping the acid reflux at bay but it's not dealing with the problem I don't think.

I was diagnosed with h pylori and treated for it, last test came back negative. From what I understand a lot of the times there are other bacterial and yeast infections that goes hand in hand and especially if the acidity is lowered.

I have terrible cravings for sugar and carbs. So bad that even my reason can't keep me from having some... I know I have to keep away from all the sugar to see if it does get better.

Since you were battling with your symptoms for two years I am wondering how long it took until you felt improvement once you started your diet? WHat diet were you on and which other supplements did you take apart from Probiotics?

I have read that you should avoid all types of sugar, carbs and yeast. Is there anything else? What vegetables did you eat and did you eat a lot of proteins? Did you notice that you lost weight? I've lost about 5-6 kg in two months unintentionally but which may be due to avoiding the sugar and carbs or if I am not getting enough nutrients due to the medicine.

I would really appreciate if you got back to me and gave me some ideas about how to combat this. I'm feeling worried and would just like to feel like my normal self again.

Many thanks in advance

Friday, April 29, 2011, 6:22 PM

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I read the post regarding Candida Albicans yesterday and am blown away by the prospect of dealing with several symptoms I had grown to believe would just be part of me for the rest of my life never dreaming that there would be a single underlying cause. In terms of being hungry after eating, I sometimes go through phases of binge eating, but will then counterbalance this by going through phases of strict dieting and healthy eating. Interestingly, dreadful skin has coincided with this (turns out your skin, in its capacity as an organ, serves to detoxify your body) both developing gradually. Symptoms such as thrush, irregular menstrual cycle, cravings for alcohol and junkfood and increasingly hives breaking out in groups on my body are just a way of life so I investigated further

This first page has a useful saliva test (which I did this morning) but then goes on to try and get you to buy this book..
http://www.weightloss-dietfree.com/yeast-infection-symptoms.html

but this second page has a useful program for the initial detox (sounds minging) which is free and you just do yourself so I'm gunna try it when I get back off my holiday, I'll keep you posted.

http://www.thecandidadiet.com/cleansing.htm (with or without colon cleanse, also see the full program after the initial cleanse)

Thanks for the post, I can't stress what a stroke of luck it was that I stumbled upon it whilst procrastination about my revision!

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Monday, May 02, 2011, 3:19 AM

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You don't have to have heartburn tho have GERD I didn't have anything but the bad taste in my throat for years. Which is kinda sad if you take into account I'm 11. Now I take Nexium, but since I know I can't eat for awhile as soon as I take it I get very, very hungry. I don't know if that's my brain or not so if it's like a side effect tell me.....

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Friday, June 24, 2011, 6:40 AM

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Chinese food makes me feel like this. I'm always hungry after chinese food.

Saturday, June 25, 2011, 9:34 AM

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hunger pains that do not go away

I experience the terrible hunger pains that are not satisfied by food...I have acid reflux and the fake hunger pains are the only symptom ...I dont get the burning and the heartburn that most people get with reflux..It also could be an ulcer ( the doctor checked me for both). I had endoscopy to find out I had the acid reflux. Good Luck

Monday, July 11, 2011, 10:53 PM

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hunger after eating

Thank you so very much for this post, you have hit the nail on the head. I have been experiencing the same exact thing for only a few weeks yet I have gained weight already. Its not so much the hunger that bothers me but the fatigue and feeling llike my body is starving. I work out regulary yet lately I cant do as much. Im weak and sick to the stomach. I was searching online for a clue before scheduling an appontment tomorrow. I will have something to mention to my doctor now. Thank you agian. Know you have helped greatly

Wednesday, July 13, 2011, 10:05 PM

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Drink water before, during and after. 90% of the time when you are hungry, you are really just thirsty....

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