Your symptoms could be due to IBS, Crohn’s, acidity, celiac, gastric reflux, diabetes, malabsoprtion syndrome etc. You need to get investigated to find the cause. Please consult your PCP for primary examination followed by proper referral. Take care!
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You might also just not be eating enough, so your digestive system can't handle what it gets. Your symptoms of hunger (even when uncomfortably physically full) and bloating sound very much like the early stages of recovery from starvation. It's possible that you have to push through the discomfort to get your digestive system back up to snuff. But of course it's worth seeing a doctor and considering the other possibilities.
I have that same problem, have had it my whole life. For a brief time between ages 12 and 14, I could eat as much as I wanted and not have the bloating pain after wards and still not gain weight, but then later in high school and definitely in college, the problem came back. I don't know why it happens. Not to contradict the doctor but I have the same problem and I am just about certain I don't have any of those diseases she suggested. You might be different though, who knows? I feel your pain though. It really *****. I love food and I can rarely finish a kids meal.
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