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Loss Of Appetite After C Section
Can happen: There are many causes of food poisoning, but it may be common for symptoms to persist after the actual episode of exposure or infection is over, including loss of appetite. You may need to seek dietary help to insure good nutrition if you are not eating normally. There might also be an aversion to certain foods long after the event that eventually can resolve with time.
Future Endoscopy? ...: Gastric ulcers can grow in intensity with eating, while duodenal ulcers decrease with eating. If you have had chronic concerns with GERD (aka acid reflux) and/or gastritis (due to foods, meds, lifestyle, stress), then Peptic Ulcer Disease (PUD) is possible. Avoid hot/spicy/greasy/fried/caffinated/alcoholic foods and drinks as a precaution. Prilosec OTC is a good first med to use, but see GI/PCP!
Is it normal to have loss of appetite after your period is finished? I usually eat a ton before my period starts. During and after I cant look at food
Constant moderate pain mid back right side feels like it's just within bottom of ribs, nauseous, loss of appetite after lunch, cloudy urine...
Here are some. ..: Despite age 25, your described clinical scenario should be evaluated to make sure of no clinical attacks of gallbladder stone or right kidney stone. So, collect and bring the info on the onset, degree, duration, interval, evolution, and progress of the symptoms and their related discomforts over time to Doc for analysis + exam + timely tests so to deduce possible diagnosis & provide reasonable Rx.
Anorexia: Loss of appetite, medically referred to as anorexia, can be caused by a variety of conditions and diseases. Some of the conditions can be temporary and reversible, such as loss of appetite from the effects of medications. Some of the conditions can be more serious, such as from the effects of underlying cancer. Ref: http://www. Medicinenet. Com/loss_of_appetite/symptoms. Htm
Loss of appetite: There are several medications which can suppress your appetite. If the time frame coincides with the addition of a new medication and is persistent, lasts more than a couple of weeks, or associated with significant weight loss, discuss this with your doctor.
Anxiety/depression?: You could have either a depressive disorder, an anxiety disorder, or a medical problem. Hyperthyroidism could cause anxiety and loss of appetite, but typically there are other symptoms that go along with it. My suggestion for questions like this is always the same: if in doubt, go see your doctor, and make sure that a medical cause is ruled out first. Good luck!
Well. I can: Give you some. Depression is the most common at a young age. Drug abuse, use of stimulants including stimulant drugs that are useful (ritalin, etc for ADHD). stimulant effects of some antidepressants. Cancer, in theory. Gastrointestinal disease or other diseases producing nausea. some.....See 1 more doctor answer
You: Would not be as hungry.Get a more detailed answer ›
Loss of appetite =: Diminished desire to eat (anorexia).Get a more detailed answer ›
Lots: There are many causes for losing your appetite -- some primarily physical and some psychological, but all equally real. Depression is one of the most common in your age range; also alcohol or drug abuse. Sometimes people restrict their food intake, as in eating disorders. Please work with your physician to determine the cause and treat it appropriately.See 1 more doctor answer
Got more info...?: How often does this occur? Is there weight loss? What time of day are your symptoms most common (early am, evening)? Is stress or grief involved? Are you vomiting? Do you see blood in stool, or has there been a change in bowel pattern? Abdominal pain or bloating? History of eating disorder? What tests have been done? We'd love to help but your question needs more details please...
Pain: Consult your pcp for workup.Get a more detailed answer ›
Acute? Chronic?: Early satiety (suddenly feeling full after eating a small amount) can be seen with a bunch of problems. An alarm symptom which should get checked out. Can be seen with stomach inflammation, ulcers, poor stomach emptying, masses or obstruction, liver enlargement, spleen or lymph node enlargement, other organs squishing the stomach, metabolic issues. See your doc.