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    Well to start with i apparently had this problem before and almost died, however i was extremely young when this apparently happened and cannot remember any of it (between 3-4). My parents would apparently constantly have to rush me to hospital and i was being force fed for a while, but i don't really remember any of this because i was so young and it seemingly improved.

    However i'm 19 now and i'm not sure if it has come back. I'm 6'1 and weigh 8 and a half stone now at almost 20 when at 18 i weighed 11st. I constantly feel i have no appetite, if i make myself breakfast i will have literally just a couple of bites before i feel i cannot eat anymore. I will not feel i need lunch and not be able to eat it even if i do make it, and i will usually eat about 3/4 of a averaged size dinner at night. I'm not really sure what brought this on as other than when i was a kid i would eat fine, but its now like i physically can't eat.
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    This sounds quite serious. Have you seen a doctor about it?
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    This sounds quite serious. Have you seen a doctor about it?
    Not yet but i've booked an appointment although i'm not really sure i expect him to say that much.
 
 
 
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