No one does this surgery so that they can diet on sheer will power afterward. If that worked we wouldn't need it in the first place. So I understand your concern about feeling "normal", not beiong able to feel the pouch. But if you had done something that damaged your pouch, you would be in some kind of serious discomfort.
I would talk to your surgeon, and I would also start writing down everything you are eating, and measuring it. It could be that you're eating some combination of slider-type foods that are letting you put away more. Or it could be that you're not eating as much as you think you are. Or it could be that, since you are doing the right thing, and your pouch is healing, there is nothing going on to cause you pain anymore, that the initial pain you felt was simply normal post-op pain, and that has now faded.
Or any combination of the above, or maybe none. Talk to your surgeon, and try not to stress about it. I think you are doing well, and I suspect your new lack of pain is just normal healing taking place. (This is not supposed to hurt permanently, after all.)
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