The only thing that I feel I can comment on is that you have a number of chronic conditions going on. Some people tend to suffer from Depression when that is the case, and with some people suffering with this, their appetite can diminish considerably. Also, some medications cause loss of appetite. Below is a link that might help you, altho' it is in reference to Anti-Depressants, it can apply to others, too: www.mayoclinic.com/health/antidepressants/
You have obviously spoken with your Dr - do you think that it might help by asking for a referral to someone - perhaps an Endocrinologist? Also, if you haven't already, asking for a referral to a Dietician would be very helpful - especially considering the Diabetes.
It isn't uncommon that when people don't eat well, they can lose their appetite, which compounds the problem - it can be a vicious circle. Are you able to mindlessly nibble on some things which are higher calorie but not overly filling? Are you able to have something like Ensure? It is a 'meal replacement' drink? Talk with your Dr or Pharmacist about it and if it is o.k. try some while you are waiting to see a Dietician.
Edited by: SLIMMERKIWI at: 1/29/2013 (05:40)