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Thread: No appetite?

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    Quote Originally Posted by syberia View Post
    Predisone commonly causes increases in appetite.

    Is this lack in appetite new?
    No, I've been this way for years. As long as I can remember.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeane View Post
    No, I've been this way for years. As long as I can remember.
    Then there may be a reason you're not feeling 'hungry'. Maybe there's something depressing the response, or perhaps you just don't have one like others. I can't make presumptions without knowing what your history and diet are, but if it's troubling you I recommend taking it to a nutrional proffesional of some sort.

    As it stands, I can only suggest making sure you have a good balance in your diet, make sure you're getting all your vitamins and minerals. That last is important, if you're not getting enough idonine, for example, your metabolism will drop and can cause thyriod probelms.


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    Due to a previous bout of hyperthyroidism, now in remission, i get thyroid tests every six months. All is well on that front.

    Can't lose weight when the body thinks it's starving. And I can only force myself to eat so much. Looks like I'm just screwed.

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