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Im a 110 pound, 6 foot, male. I have been attempting to eat more and have gotten to at least two meals a day. I never characterized myself as having an eating disorder, I just rarely felt hungry and rarely ate a result. I have been trying to gain weight but after eating even a small meal I feel like vomiting. At this point the nausea is just the thing holding me back from eating. I've always been comfortable with being very thin which is why I don't think it is a mental issue but at this point I'm unsure entirely.

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replied July 30th, 2019
Eating Disorders Answer A65152
Hello and welcome to EHF !

I went through your query and i understand your concern.This may be due to seasonal changes or a disturbance of eating habits. Avoid warm weather and Adjust your meal timings and do eat healthy diet and take small meals, use more of fresh vegetables and fruits and avoid fast foods and caffeine intake.. Do Consult your visiting physician for better outcome.

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