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986d

Does anyone else find hot foods/liquids bother them more than cold? Very strange to me that this happens. Much more nausea, bloating, vomiting with hot food/liquids.

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    • deviousCthulhu

      962d

      It depends on what it is for me, hot foods and liquids that are thicker just sit there and like ghoulie said, sloshes around all gross and uncomfortable but I find I can get away with hot tea and hot chocolate when it's made with water or almond milk instead of real milk.

    • deviousCthulhu

      962d

      It depends on what it is for me, hot foods and liquids that are thicker just sit there and like ghoulie said, sloshes around all gross and uncomfortable but I find I can get away with hot tea and hot chocolate when it's made with water or almond milk instead of real milk.

    • ghoulie

      965d

      I totally agree with CoolFishy22.. hot liquids make me feel full in an uncomfortable way with a higher likelihood of getting that gross sloshing feeling bc it just sits there

    • CoolFishy22

      972d

      I do find that hot drinks and soups make me feel worse, I don’t know why, it’s kinda weird. Cold food typically doesn’t feel different for me. 👍

    • Butterfly

      972d

      I don't feel different after eating cold or hot food. But some recommendations that may help you - eat a small meal more often and try to avoid too much fat in your diet

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