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Sudden weight loss, no illness, been sick after staying away from home. Help?

Hi......My name is Junaid and I am 27 years old male....I have suddenly lost about 15 pounds of weight in last 2 months.....I don t have any illness and I am having a good apatite and I eat normal.....But when i checked my weight, I was shocked......The only thing I want to add is that I am away from my some and I feel very home sick....I returned from home 2 months back and since then I am very depressed.....Can u please help.
Asked On : Mon, 5 Nov 2012
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hi, see i have read ur problem. first of all if ur appetite is good and u r loosing weight just rule out hyperthyroidism. only get a simple test.... serum TSH, and let me know. however looking to ur stress profile it appears to me as a case of acute reactive depression in which both things can happen... wt. gain and loss, loss of appetite and increase in it. just cool down and tell me the tsh report than i will guide u.
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