Hi, I had my surgery 5 months ago. I've lost about 55 lbs and feeling really great. I'm concerned because for the past week (it seemed to happen overnight) I haven't been satiated by my regular portion size. I used to eat such minimal portions and when I found myself eating more, I was surprised because I didn't get the same physical feelings that I used to with eating too much: nausea, pain in the sternum, etc. I called my surgeon's office and the dietician said it was just head hunger. But there is a physical aspect of it too, I'm able to eat more. I feel like I could still eat but resist because I'm so worried about regressing. What's going on? Help!
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