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    How to safely get out of starvation mode?

    19 / Female / 154cm / 48kg Medications: venlafaxine 75mg and nexplanon Haven't smoked since sickness started last Wednesday, planning to stop

    I was bedridden for 5 days in high fever and unable to eat anything solid, now I haven't had fever for two days but I'm overall very weak and dizzy. I tried to eat mashed potatoes (not seasoned at all) yesterday but I spent the whole day crying in pain after that because my stomach is so stubborn. What would you recommend for getting back to normal eating habits slowly but surely?

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    Recommend visiting your physician at once. Only professional medical advice will be helpful to you.

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    You really need to contact a doctor.

    Folks on an internet forum can't effectively help you.

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    Nobody here is a doctor, please call your family doctor. If you don't have one, go to the ER.

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    Call emergency services in your area. Get to a hospital.
    Originally Posted by umiedotre9
    I was bedridden for 5 days in high fever and unable to eat anything solid, now I haven't had fever for two days but I'm overall very weak and dizzy.

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    You can have a doctor's assessment over the internet...face time with a real doctor.
    As for recovery, clear liquids like broth, Gatorade, mineral water, flat ginger ale. Stay away from dairy, solid foods.

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