• Serena Tan

My overEATING that caused me sick

Heard of over eating ?

that’s me

Actually that’s my weakie body cannot take too MUCH FOOD maybe.

when i felt ill 3 days ago, actually started with vomitting spells and stomach gotten really uncomfy, i knew i had some gastric flu, and again.

so before it gotten worst i went to Karen at Suntec. She didnt want to harsh my womb with too much medicine and too strong ones, so she prescribed a little lighter dose.

“you going to feel worst, when the gastric flu attacks, and if you vomit a lot, a lot, take a jab at the nearest clinic..””

ok. so i got a noon medical leave off.

rested slept the whole noon and the next day went back to work.

Only to feel MUCH MUCH worst. I felt terrible than yesterday. So i went back to Karen after lunching. ‘ i think i need the stronger medicine. the pain is coming to my chest and throat’ and i starting to feel feverish

okok, and so she did. and was given another noon medical leave.

And again, went home, rested and slept. I didnt report for work the next day, because it gotten worst, i felt so my stomach were coming out of my throat. so i took a day rest and went to Desmond when he opened for patients.

he checked my pulse. check check check, gee, he said I WAS GOING TO DEVELOP GASTRIC FLU, BUT i was having some infection at the Gallbladder, i had too much cookies, chips and overeated….he said…. apparantly. i didnt mention a word.

“which was so true, i kept eating and eating and munching nonstop at work place, till the girls thought i was overeating … Hemmmm they thought… and Yeng too knows i ate too much recently. “”

so i overate ,my body at one moment couldn’t digest the food . Should be like that.

so i got sick.

and today i am feeling so much better than the last few days. At least i feel comfty and perky after the Chinese medicine, and my appetite is back. my stomach feels normal as well.

Seriously i duno to eat or not to eat now.

Laugh at my itchy mouth overeating….

“””Function The adult human gallbladder stores about 50 millilitres (1.8 imp fl oz; 1.7 US fl oz) of bile, which is released when food containing fat enters the digestive tract, stimulating the secretion of cholecystokinin (CCK). The bile, produced in the liver, emulsifies fats in partly digested food.

After being stored in the gallbladder, the bile becomes more concentrated than when it left the liver, increasing its potency and intensifying its effect on fats. “””


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