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2nd Day in and Vomitting

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Posted by bthewolf55 on 5 years ago Well, interesting morning for me. I woke up feeling a little queasy. Definitely have a little diarrhea and had some stomach pains which I attributed to hunger (though I wasn't feeling hungry). While I drinking my morning lemon brew, I had to run to the bathroom to vomit. Feeling better now but wondering if this was from the juicing or is it a little stomach flu? I was with my niece and she had a quick morning flu thing so maybe that's it. It wasn't a violent sick by any means. Just watery and what I'd guess is a lot of bile. Needless to say at the moment I am not in the mood for food of any sort and the idea of a juice isn't at all appealing. I have to say too that I didn't mind the kale yesterday but second time around (burping), I'm not enjoying it at all! I think I might just try spinach for this first round of juicing. Has anyone else had this reaction as early as their second day?

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  • spartancub

    5 years ago
    I'm on Day 2 right now and have not had the diarrhea (fortunately) but I have had some nausea, mild dizziness, mild stomach aches. I also have a headache that is awful, a real bad headache. Probably from my not having caffeine. Hope you are feeling better soon. I was not looking forward to the kale juice but actually it wasn't as bad as I thought it would be, still its pretty bad but I know its good for me so I'm trying to just stay focused on my goal. Hang in there and feel free to msg me if you need to chat. Jason
  • bthewolf55

    5 years ago
    Thanks Jason. Sorry about the headache. I had cut out coffee about a week before I started this so only a dull sort of one that's really not that bothersome. I'm thinking now that what I have is a flu. Feeling a little achy now as well. Guess I'll be skipping the juicing for a day or two, but plan to get back on track as soon as this passes!

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