that's great advice. I hope everything works out well for you.
4/21/13 5:41 P
4/21/13 12:45 P
I agree with the previous poster. A lack of appetite is normal from time to time, but yours sounds a little more significant than average. Your doctor can do a full check up to determine whether or not there's an underlying issue causing the problem.
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This sounds like a medical issue for your Physician to resolve. While eating ebbs and flows with all of us from time to time, anorexia with persistent s/s is not the norm. Could be nothing more than a left over issue from the ear and sinus infection. At any rate, see your Doc this week and get over this, whatever it is, quickly.
4/21/13 7:52 A
Has anyone else suffered with a sudden loss of appetite while dieting. I have been on this journey for a couple of years and generally have a large appetite but over the last month or so it has totally dropped off to the point where foods I love really put me off, I have to fight with myself to eat anything at all and when I do eat I seem to prefer very soft foods. I do get hungry but once I have something in front of me I feel nauseous looking at it.
I think it started with a sinus/ear infection and a 10 day course of antibiotics. Right now I am losing a pound a day and would would tips on how to slow that down!
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