hi im 17 years old and i was wondering if someone could help me to know whats wrong with me.
i dont feel life eating anymore and whenever i eat i start feeling nauseous, i have migraine, its hard for me to go to bed at night and during the day i feel weak, tyred, my mood is always changing, most of the time im really mad or really sad.
can someone tell what to do or whats going on with me please?!
You may be experiencing severe depression that is causing decrease appetite. The less you eat the more depressed you can become. I would speak to your parents. If you don't feel comfortable speaking with them, I would talk to a trusted adult. You may need to see a medical doctor and/or a psychiatrist to diagnose what is going on with you. There are always answers. We need to know the problem to best determine now to treat. Best, Dr Patricia Pitts The Bella Vita Los Angeles, CA
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