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Posted on Monday, January 17th, 2011
I only feel hungry first thing in the morning, then after that I have to force myself to eat and then I never can tell if I am full or not.
Quite a bit in the relatively short time since I’ve been diagnosed….I have absolutely no appetite, no sense of taste for food at all, and what taste I do have is a horrid metallic taste in my mouth that I understand is common with chemo.
Enter your answer here…Even though I’m in recovery I still have problems with eating properly. My sweet tooth varies but possibly is a good thing since I need to lose weight. I’ve also been able to add more foods to my repertoire.
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Since my diagnosis, my eating habits have changed:|Depuis mon diagnostic, mes habitudes alimentaires ont :
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