Is this an expected side effect? Have you mentioned this issue to the prescribing physician, or your pharmacist?
Assuming you've got all your medical bases covered... I'd recommend trying to look at "food as medicine" as well. You take your medicine for your health; you also have to EAT for your HEALTH.
Use this opportunity to remove the "junk" foods from your life - those things that provide calories but no real quality nutrition. Since you're not hungry anyways.... it's a great time to break any bad habits you may have.
Now on towards eating! Look at your "daily minimum requirements" and come up with some foods that you CAN eat (i.e. even if you aren't salivating at the prospect, at least they aren't making you nauseous), that will work towards fulfilling your daily minimums. Maybe eggs are repulsive right now - what about toast and peanut butter? Maybe the smell of a mango would make you run, gagging... what about a pear or a banana? Maybe the texture of whole grain bread is feeling like a real turn-off... what about some simple plain steamed rice?
Create your menu based on your body's need for nutrition. Doesn't matter if you aren't hungry, you still need your protein, fat, iron, calcium, etc..... !!! Don't consider food to be optional. It's important.
Goal 1 - break 200 (46 pounds lost)**DONE**
Goal 2 - leave obesity behind (BMI 29.9, at 185#) **DONE**
Goal 3 - BMI = Normal (154# or less)
| current weight: 169.0