About six months ago I lost my appetite. I've gone to many doctors, taken pills, tried therapy and everything. But I'm just never hungry. From that I've lost around 30% of my body weight. I'm constantly exhausted and my vision blurs easily. Sometimes I have headaches, but nothing too bad. I walk like I'm old and move so stiffly. My joints hurt all the time. I think all of it comes from the fact that I have so much trouble eating anything more than two or three fruit slices without feel sick to my stomach. My boyfriend is and has been worried sick for a very long time time. I need to find a solution for this. I'm skin and bones.
What tests should I be asking for when I go in to see the doctor? What should I be worried about, besides just finding a way to start eating again?
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