Haven't been hungry all day and get full quickly when I eat?

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I woke up at 9 today and I haven't felt hungry all day. I've noticed that last night when I had a small meal I was full very quickly. It's now 4:30 and I decided to eat a small meal but that's made me really full when usually it wouldn't. What's wrong with me? Am I ill?

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    Are you on a diet of some sort? This happens to me too when I try to lose weight and eat less. I start getting full really really easily. Because the metabolism slows down.
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    When I went on a diet, I didn't feel full very quickly when I ate smaller meals.  It was bigger meals that would make me full.  If I snack before my evening meal, sometimes that spoils my appetite.  Are you getting any bloating or stomach pains?  If feeling full with smaller meals isn't usual for you, I would ask your doctor.
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    Some days I just dont feel like eating then other days I eat everything in site, but if this carries on I would pop see your doc just to be on the safe side x

     

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    I am also like this, I'm 19, in December 2015 I was 11 stone 9, I am now 8 stone. I haven't dieted or excercised or anything. I love my food I love takeaways,meals. I just feel physically sick when I put the food in my mouth. I used to be able to eat adult sized meals, a kids portion would fill me up now xx
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