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Feeling sick when eating, pain in liver area, tired, headache, blurred vision. What do I do?

Hi, alright i am sixteen years old. For the last three weeks, i haven t ate much. I only eat a little, i use to weigh 130, now im 120 in less than 3 weeks. I ve been feeling constantly sick when i try to eat, and i keep getting really bad pains in my liver/ rib area. An i am always tired, an i have headaches , and my vision is always blurry. What do i do?
Asked On : Sun, 18 Nov 2012
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K pain in right hypochondriac region that may be due to an abscess or a hepatitis or a gall stone ...kindly tel us wethr u hav fever and jaundice too...better u can go for an ultrasound to rule out any othrr pathology nd accordingly u can be treated well ...bcoz the history which u gave is nt tht informative ....any way u can go ahead with a abdominal scan ..nd let us know for furhter guidence..
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