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Is there any meds that can help you gain weight?

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Dr. Robert Kwok
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In brief: Not if one's healthy

A doctor can check for digestive, hormonal, metabolic, infectious, or cancerous conditions in a person "looking too thin".
Hopefully, no problems are found. Choosing proper designs of clothing and shoes can help one appear bulkier. To increase muscle mass, one has to work out with weights. To add a little fat (if one is "skin & bones"), one must eat a larger amount of his healthy, balanced diet.

In brief: Not if one's healthy

A doctor can check for digestive, hormonal, metabolic, infectious, or cancerous conditions in a person "looking too thin".
Hopefully, no problems are found. Choosing proper designs of clothing and shoes can help one appear bulkier. To increase muscle mass, one has to work out with weights. To add a little fat (if one is "skin & bones"), one must eat a larger amount of his healthy, balanced diet.
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