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I had recently had a UTI in my kidneys and was getting really sick from that the doctor told me I really needed to eat because i was so dehydrated.I never had appetite the whole time i was sick which caused me to lose a lot of weight and Im really thin anyways so that wasnt good.I've had diarrhea for a while now like weeks but i only pass stool movements in the mornings and I also have the feeling to throw up in the morning but theres really nothing on my stomach so i just dry heave.I'm really getting sick of this rountine.I wanna wake up in the morning feeling good again.Can anyone please help me?


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replied June 30th, 2010
Intestinal Disorders Answer A13707
Thank you for your question on ehealthforum.com

Lack of appetite and nausea associated with loss of weight can mean some gastrointestinal problem. Please notice, if you are also passing any blood or mucus in stools. A thorough examination of gastrointestinal system including stool examination for microscopy, culture and sensitivity to rule out any infection/infestation is mandatory.

Anemia can also cause loss of appetite, breathlessness and make you to lose weight if it is associated with other deficiencies. So, routine blood investigations are needed. Chronic infections also need to be ruled out. Please consult your doctor for a routine examination and blood investigations. Thank you.



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