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Tasteless tongue, feels hungry while walking, tired, bloated stomach, burping frequently. What's wrong?

Hi, my tongue is tasteless, i feel hungry most waking time (or at least i feel i want to eat something all the time), stomach feeling sourish, constantly craving for heavy tasting food yet I dont have the apetite to eat during meal time ... other symptoms includes bloated stomach, burping pretty frequently, constantly tired despite sleeping from 10pm to 6am ... been a month ... what s wrong with me? Help :-(
Asked On : Mon, 11 Jun 2012
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i THINK YOU HAVE TWO PROBLEMS SIDE BY SIDE-
ACID PEPTIC DISOREDR AND DEPRESSION
ADVISE-
AVOID UNSCHEDULED MEALS AND SNACKS.
TAKE THREE MEALS A DAY AND AVOID FAST FOODS AND OTHER TITBITS.
TAKE CAP RABELOC-D/RABIUM-DSR 7AM EMPTY STOMACH FOR 45 DAYS,
CONSULT A PSYCHIATRICIAN FOR DEPRESSION OR REVERT BACK TO ME WITH MORE DETAILED HISTORY
Answered: Thu, 21 Jun 2012
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