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How to increase the appetite of a 94 year old person ?

What can I do to increase my mother s appetite? My mother is 94 years old. She can take oatmeal and milk in the morning. For her lunch and dinner, she eats very little because she never feel hungry. Because of her limited intake of food, she has ½ bottle of Nepro at lunch and dinner. She is taking Pariet in the morning to take care of her blurping. She is taking medicine: Novarsc/Hydrin/Aprovel for high blood pressure; Colchicine for gout; Wellbutrin/Remeron/Rivotril for depression; Zocor for cholesterol. What can I do to increase her appetite?
Asked On : Sun, 24 Jul 2011
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Hi
Welcome to HCM
Read your prob, cause of loss of appetite of your mother is due to drug induse gastritis.so you should start treatment for it as per advise of your doc, along with it you should give her any liver tonic 10ml three times a day, it helps in increseing her appetite.
Dr aseem
aseemadhuri@gmail.com
Answered: Sun, 24 Jul 2011
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