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I eat quite often but it's only a matter of like 3 minutes before I begin to get really hungry again. I don't gain that much weight from eating so much (thank God lol). does anyone have any idea on why this is?

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If you have intense abdominal pain, it could be tapeworms. You could also have a really fast metabolism. Since you don't gain a lot of weight, I'd say it's more likely the fast metabolism.

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What's that? I know what tape worms is and I thought that at first but I'd be loosing weight fast but I loose weight because I don't always eat when I get really hungry because I don't want to become overweight.
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Like, does it really, really hurt low on your belly (where your intestines are). The pain is the worm moving around. That's how people know they have 'em.
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Oh, no it doesn't. Guess that's a good thing. But if it's the worms moving around, I didn't know it was actually worms inside you. I thought it was a phrase. Must suck, I don't have worms then. But what's the other thing you said?
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Fast Metabolism?
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Fast metabolism is where your body is able to use the food up quicker than normal.
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How old are u? if you are teens or twenties, it is normal. Me too, bro. It is better to eat often than to overeat at a just one time.

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maybe you exert much effort, so u need food to replace lost energy??

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if you say that after eating your regular food you feel hungry after 3 minutes it is simply unbelievable -may be you are suffering from acute acidity

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What's that and why would I be suffering lol that scared me a little.
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