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Sarah - posted on 10/13/2015

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This is a duplicate post...
My response:
Uhh, because you have 3 other kids and a home to take care of too? Have you had you glucose tolerance test done? Gestational diabetes can cause increased hunger and fatigue. However, your situation could be the cause as well. Rule out health issues and then ask for family support to get some naps. By eating lean protein, and avoiding simple carbs you will feel fuller longer with less food.

Michelle - posted on 10/11/2015

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What advice were you asking?
You made a comment that you were always hungry.
I wasn't nasty at all, just advised you to eat healthy.

Kristy Lea - posted on 10/11/2015

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You don't have be so rude Michelle I was just asking for advice thats all. No I won't be complain thank u very much. It doesn't hurt to ask for advice

Michelle - posted on 10/11/2015

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Yep, that happens. Just make sure you are eating healthy options and not too much junk food. If you don't then you will be on here complaining that you put on too much weight and can't shift it.

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