Recently I have had a huge loss in appetite but because I find it so weird, I eat when I usually would, but it just makes me feel ill.
And sometimes I just let it win. Like if I'm not hungry, I just won't eat at all.
But as SOON as I start to feel hungry, I feel really faint and weak.
And lately, it's bringing me down a lot.
I'm thinking it could be related to stress?
I don't know.
But I know I have definitely lost some weight from it..
you can see my rib bones sticking out now.
Loss of appetite, feeling sick after eating and loss of weight could indicate serious problem needing evaluation.
It could be due to involvement of stomach or pancreas.
Upper GI endoscopy and CT scan abdomen may be done to find the cause.
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