I haven't really been eating, and so I ate, or tried to eat an actual mean today. I ate about 5 small chicken fingers, about 7 tater tots, three small cinasticks, and a doctor pepper. I thought I was doing good. Then, it all hit me at once. I got very dizzy, like I just spun around in circles for an hour and then stopped. I felt like I was falling, and the room was spinning, but I wasn't moving! My stomach is cramping very bad, and my heart is racing. I'm cold, and sick at my stomach. I need to keep the food down, but it feels like a lead ball, and I'm physically hurting! And why am I cold? I feel like I can't keep my eyes open, like I haven't slept for days, but my heart is going to pound through my chest! Someone please help me! What is happeneing? What can I do to stop this feeling? (besides not eating, which is the only thing that is coming to mind right now. I feel like this is my punishment for not eating. That's not true is it? Eating is good, right?) If someone knows what is going on, or know what I am talking about, please help me. I need all the advice that I can get! -Becky
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