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05 Aug 2008

Losing weight
I don' t know why I am losing weight I am currently on 45kg I am 25years old. I used to weight about 56kg on average but after my first child I am losing weight and gaining but still losing more than gaining. I had liver problems, high blood pressure and a stroke at 8 month of pregnancy with my first child, I eat every day at least 3 times a day I love my food I had a blood test about 3 months ago at my GP to see if there was something wrong with my " skuld klier"  but they found nothing wrong. Last month I weighed 47kg and today 45kg.
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01 Jan 0001

Hallo JS
Chronic weight loss is usually a sign of underlying disease - it could be something like TB, hormone imbalances, HIV, diabetes, cancer, food allergies or food intolerances. Please ask your doctor to refer you to a physician if he can't find anything wrong?
Dr Bets
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