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What are some reasons for not having an appitite and keep losing weight?
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Dr. Colin Kerr
Family Medicine
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In brief: Loss of appetite
Common causes of loss of appetite: chronic low grade nausea (eg, with acid reflux, ulcer), infections (viral [hiv, hepatitis, etc] and bacterial), severe stress or depression, adverse effects of other medications you are taking; chronic severe constipation, and underactive thyroid.
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In brief: Loss of appetite
Common causes of loss of appetite: chronic low grade nausea (eg, with acid reflux, ulcer), infections (viral [hiv, hepatitis, etc] and bacterial), severe stress or depression, adverse effects of other medications you are taking; chronic severe constipation, and underactive thyroid.
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Dr. Douglas Fronzaglia
Internal Medicine - Geriatrics
In brief: Many reasons
Besides an eating disorder, cancer is the first thing that a physician would try to rule out.

In brief: Many reasons
Besides an eating disorder, cancer is the first thing that a physician would try to rule out.
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