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weight loss and no cause

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  • Posted By: frostedchicken
  • November 4, 2010
  • 09:09 AM

this isnt about me its about my sister who i am very concerned about. She currently weighs 40kg. The lowest she got was 36 kg and was hospitalised. She doesnt have an eating disorder. She tries to eat to cant eat alot and even when she puts weight on she loses it just as quick. Her body is slowing shutting down and now has infections and immune system is at an all time low. Someone mentioned to me it might be to do with something in her brain thats not firing properly and causing her not to eat. She is an epileptic also. I am a nurse and it pains me to watch her go thru this as I cant help. If anyone has any ideas please let me know. Thanks


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  • from how many days is she losing weight ?wats her age ?wats her lymphocyte count ?wats her thyroid levels ?hows her apetite ?wats her blood glucose levels ?pls answer these questions n help me find out wats wrong wit her ...
    arjun4mb 80 Replies
    • November 4, 2010
    • 00:48 PM
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  • I have some information which can be helpful to you regarding your sister problem of weight loses. Eating disorders disease entities characterized by a disorder anorexia nervosa on the ground.Eating disorders are divided into two groups: * Specific disorders (anorexia nervosa, bulimoreksja, bulimia nervosa) * Non-specific disorders (nocturnal eating syndrome, binge eating syndrome, anarchy nutrition, obesity)Patients with eating disorders often also suffer from depression, make other destructive activities. So patients can be feeling nice.You can also try some Therapies regarding health care……For that you can visit site http://www.naturalmedtherapies.com/.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • November 5, 2010
    • 06:38 AM
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