for the past 3 months i have been loosing muscle mass and body fat in my upper body.. My upper body is going inward instead of outward. ever since i had a lefy abdominal discomfort that wrapped around my back i have not been same. had ct w contrast didnt show anything and xray and nothing....all blood work coming back fine.. i had broader shoulders and it feels like the left side of my body was going inwards and it was.... clothes fitting differnet and in the mirror i can tell look in a stick with no body fat or muscle mass like i had to stick figure...clothes are fitting different.. any ideas
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