Hi, for a couple of months now, I have been feeling sick after I eat, no matter what I eat and how much, So sometimes I just don't eat, the doctor told me I have esophagitis and gave me pills for it, but they don't help. Is this all in my head or is there something else wrong with me? I just don't like eating anymore :(
Hi! Thanks for writing! I am sorry you are having to go through this. It’s very frustrating not having the answers. Unfortunately, there is too little information to make any diagnosis. I would advise you to return to the prescribing physician and report the symptoms you continue to experience. In regards to whether this is “in your head”, I would advise you to make an appointment with a therapist in your area to explore any possible underlying issues. Good luck with this difficult issue. My Best to you, Dr Patricia Pitts, PhD The Bella Vita Los Angeles, CA
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