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trouble eating

im 24 and am nursing my second baby im haveing trouble eating though i dont seem to have an appitite, im loosing so much weight, i need to eat more and better someone help, i fear im getting to thin
 
  nikkii84 on 2006-06-25
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when did this start?
what is baby thatsis being nursed health like? 100% fully breast fed?
 
John Stanton last decade
well, she is on formula as well as some baby food now, so she is ok, but i just cant seem to eat right, i have been takeing flinstone vitamins and drinking ensure when i can, but would really like to find food apitizing it started when i was pregnant and has progresivly gotten worse, i do have good days where i can eat a bunch of good snacks i dont puke or anything, and i dont think im fat i dont feel sick, i do feel hungry, but nothing seems to want to go down i guess sorry im a crappy speller i must sound like an idiot?!?!?!
 
nikkii84 last decade
so does any one have any ideas?
 
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