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    Can't eat lunch?
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    Wilsongk1960 posted:
    I am about to give up on ever eating lunch again. I eat a big breakfast with cereal, fruit but no dairy. I feel great but around noon I get a little hungry. If I can ignore the urge to eat and wait until dinner I may get a little light headed but my stomach feels fine. If I give in and eat anything for lunch it feels like I am pushing out a totally undigested breakfast and my digestive system goes crazy with gas production and upset stomach. It seems to take me 10 to 12 hours to adequately digest breakfast before I eat again. My doctor has me taking omeprazole 20MG twice a day. Could that be causing my problem?
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