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    loss of appetite issues

    First off, I'm new here. So hello to all of you. Now, for nearly the past year or so I have been having appetite problems. Best way I can describe it is that I feel like I should eat but when I get in front of food I just feel like "blah..." And don't eat a whole lot. I've resorted to eating smaller meals more often so my weight hasn't dropped any. But still, I know that this isn't right. Sometimes I feel really weak and sometimes I breath heavily. That is, more than normal.

    More about me. I'm 22 years old. Enlisted in the US air force. I've had my appendix removed a couple of years ago and have often thought that my appetite issues were related to that as I did rupture my appendix and was in bed for 3 days without knowing it. I went to my doctor a couple times, they took blood and also did a cat scan... Came up with nothing. I should note that this was all before basic training (prior to Feb of this year) and my appetite issues were a pain, but not necessarily unbearable. Anyway, I did notice that alcohol, although probably not the root cause... Made it worse. If I were to get really drunk, I would hardly eat for the next two weeks. Also coffee seems to have effected me although at the time I was convinced that coffee didn't bother me.

    Anyways, I went through basic training with almost no problems. I did have to watch how I eat, that I not stuff myself and such. The first week I was there, one time I was not feeling good and forced food down me. I ended up throwing it all up. Anyways, for the most part I did not have appetite issues there. It might be in part because I was yelled at a lot, we had a limited amount of time to eat, and was often too busy to think about my stomach.

    Then two weeks ago I arrived at my tech school. Couple days later the appetite issues, loss of energy, etc started back up. The only thing I could think that I've done differently was that I started drinking pop, coffee, and energy drinks. Convinced that they were the cause of my troubles, ive quit coffee and have only very rarely had a pop. Every 3-4 days.


    So, I really do not know what's going on. I just know I feel like crap and this is far from normal. Perhaps if caffeine is the cause, it's going to take more than a week for that to get out of my system. But I really do not buy into it entirely. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Also, I know most of you are going to tell me to go to a doctor. I've been to doctors. The process is long and painful. They have never been helpful regarding this issue. Besides, I can't afford to miss out on classes.

    I should note that as of today, I've started taking gnc men's multi vitamins, and am going to go to the gym 2-3 times a week in addition to our 3 times/wk or schedule.

    Again, thank you so much for your help.


    Shawn
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    B12 vitamin

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    Originally Posted by shgadwa View Post
    First off, I'm new here. So hello to all of you. Now, for nearly the past year or so I have been having appetite problems. Best way I can describe it is that I feel like I should eat but when I get in front of food I just feel like "blah..." And don't eat a whole lot. I've resorted to eating smaller meals more often so my weight hasn't dropped any. But still, I know that this isn't right. Sometimes I feel really weak and sometimes I breath heavily. That is, more than normal.

    More about me. I'm 22 years old. Enlisted in the US air force. I've had my appendix removed a couple of years ago and have often thought that my appetite issues were related to that as I did rupture my appendix and was in bed for 3 days without knowing it. I went to my doctor a couple times, they took blood and also did a cat scan... Came up with nothing. I should note that this was all before basic training (prior to Feb of this year) and my appetite issues were a pain, but not necessarily unbearable. Anyway, I did notice that alcohol, although probably not the root cause... Made it worse. If I were to get really drunk, I would hardly eat for the next two weeks. Also coffee seems to have effected me although at the time I was convinced that coffee didn't bother me.

    Anyways, I went through basic training with almost no problems. I did have to watch how I eat, that I not stuff myself and such. The first week I was there, one time I was not feeling good and forced food down me. I ended up throwing it all up. Anyways, for the most part I did not have appetite issues there. It might be in part because I was yelled at a lot, we had a limited amount of time to eat, and was often too busy to think about my stomach.

    Then two weeks ago I arrived at my tech school. Couple days later the appetite issues, loss of energy, etc started back up. The only thing I could think that I've done differently was that I started drinking pop, coffee, and energy drinks. Convinced that they were the cause of my troubles, ive quit coffee and have only very rarely had a pop. Every 3-4 days.


    So, I really do not know what's going on. I just know I feel like crap and this is far from normal. Perhaps if caffeine is the cause, it's going to take more than a week for that to get out of my system. But I really do not buy into it entirely. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Also, I know most of you are going to tell me to go to a doctor. I've been to doctors. The process is long and painful. They have never been helpful regarding this issue. Besides, I can't afford to miss out on classes.

    I should note that as of today, I've started taking gnc men's multi vitamins, and am going to go to the gym 2-3 times a week in addition to our 3 times/wk or schedule.

    Again, thank you so much for your help.


    Shawn
    I should note also that as soon as my eating/ health returns to normal, I want to gain muscle weight. Appreciate your help.
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    Originally Posted by OneMA2011 View Post
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    I feel ya. And thank you. I'm going to start eating more soups and such. Also b12.
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    Whole milk. Pasta. Anything you can eat. Don't leave the dinner table till it's finished. You have to want it.
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