do you eat properly everyday,i was like that just after my baby was born i never ate properly and then when it came down to eating a meal one or two mouthfuls and i was full,i went to the doctors they told me to take some vitamins and to start eating small amount and often,as your stomache starts to shrink when you dont eat properly
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Feeling of fullness after meals and inability to eat beyond first few bites could be due to severe acidity, ulcer in stomach, gall bladder or liver dysfunction or due to gas caused by any form of inflammatory bowel disease such as IBS, Crohn’s celiac etc.
It is difficult to comment beyond this at this stage. You need to get gallbladder and liver function assessed and see whether you have symptoms of acidity. Do consult your doctor as confirmed diagnosis cannot be given on net.
Hope this helps. Please let me know if there is any thing else and do keep me posted. Take care!
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