I am a seventeen year old female and I have recently had some strange symptoms arise. I have experienced weight gain, loss of appetite, vericose veins, hair loss, excessively dry skin, fatigue, and extreme thirst. These symptoms have been occurring for almost four months now. I have not changed my eating habits or the amount of physical activity I do. I have gained about twenty pounds in the past three and a half months, which is alot for my frame. I have lost my appetite, and become unusually thirsty, though i am not urinating any more than usual. I have very noticable vericose veins on my legs that have worsened lately. I also have two baseball sized patches of very rough, dry skin on my arms and the rest of my skin is unusually dry. I am losing handfulls of hair everyday, though this has only been going on for about a week now. I have also been much more tired than usual, though this could be due to the weight gain. Any replies would be helpful. Thanks.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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