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Trapped wind? and i have eaten too...

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  1. devonshire

    devonshire Member

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    i am in week 5 and just today i have had a feeling like i have anover inflated football in my tummy.

    i feel so sick and can't bear the thought of any CD packs so am really hungry, and i am so full of air, drinking water makes me feel sick too.

    i have just succumbed to food for the first time (excluding AAM of course) just as i am so starving and fed up.

    i also seem to have put my back out, low pains at the base of my back so am pretty immobile too.

    i just feel sorry for myself and am scared i have gone and put myself out of ketosis. i had 4 slices of ham (was thinking protein if i had anything), 2 of garlic bread and a bit of gingerbread. :eek:

    don't advise me to drink water, i just can't, even after 4 litres a day for weeks...
     
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  3. debz32

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    Awwww big hugs to you :(

    not sure wot to advise but hope you feel better soon.....

    love

    Debz
    xx
     
  4. CW Consultant

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    Hi,

    Poor you try a little mint tea that can help.
     
  5. xxluckyxx

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    you need to bring the wind up somehow , i get it a bit and it feels really bad , but eating will not help it , may even make you feel worse with the pain .

    try hot water it brings the wind up for me . good luck and let us know how you feel tomoro x
     
  6. devonshire

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    thank you all for your replies, i have been trying to "wind" myself with much patting on the back and rubbing of tummy, much to the amusement of my little ones...:p

    have just made things much worse by eating pasta and pesto of all things. and not surprisingly, i feel far, FAR worse. :(

    my head is not in the right space for more cd-ing i fear. i may have to take a break from it and do a bit of calorie controlled eating instead, i am on the verge of bingeing on anything as i cannot stand the taste/texture/smell of cd products anymore.

    so i may well begin a gi diet tomorrow...
     
  7. xxluckyxx

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    good luck hun xxx
     
  8. AngieBabie

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    Good luck with whatever weight loss regime you choose. Trapped wind can be a total nightmare. Angela x
     
  9. bendigoblue

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    Oh hunny! You're doing so well too! Everybody wobbles, you've been so fantastic for 5 weeks.

    Don't leave us!
     
  10. CW Consultant

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    Hi,

    Hope you are feeling better today.

    You are going to try low GI instead of CD - why not both? Read through your Yellow Weight Care with Cambridge booklet and look at the 1000 and 1200 calorie programmes. You still have 2 CD during the day giving 2/3rds of your daily nutrition and you have breakfast, lunch and dinner from the low GI low cal options.

    If you do not want 2 CD you can follow the 1500 cal plan where you only have one portion of CD per day and again lots of good healthy food.

    Linda
     
  11. devonshire

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    thanks to all who replied here. esp you, bendi! you are doing really well, hope you are feeling better after your illness.

    i have given up for now, i really am not in the frame of mind for the long haul but i really appreciate everyone's support.

    good luck in your journeys
    xxxxx
     
  12. Mini

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    Hi devonshire,

    Okay, your not SSing so what is your plan?

    You have done well and lost 25.5lbs.:)

    Love Mini xxx
     
  13. devonshire

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    i am doing good old-fashioned calorie counting and eating healthily. i reckon if i can lose 1.5 lbs a week i will be happy. :)
    not as great as the losses i had on cd but the best thing for me at this pont in my life :)
     
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    Very good:)

    How many calories are you allowing yourself in order to achieve a weight loss of 1.5lbs. which is a good weight loss.

    Here is a site for calorie counting that some of our members use and say it is very good.

    Don't know if you know it already.:confused:


    Calorie Counter

    Love Mini xxx
     
  15. devonshire

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    thanks mini, will check out that site
    xx
     
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