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Unable to eat, vomiting sensation, lost weight. What is going on?

i do not eat more then once or twice a day sometimes i dont even eat for days or weeks and when i do eat i feel sick and feel like i will puke. i do not like eating infact i dont even like food why is that? i have lost over thirdy pounds in the past two weeks and over eighty pounds in the past year and i cant gain weight is that a problem?i am fifteen and my bestfriend and boyfriend and parents are worried because i do not eat is this bad?
Asked On : Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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I think you are suffering from some kind of eating disorder mostly anorexia nervosa.You need to visit your docter to discuss this problem ,he might run a few test to rule out depression,infection and other rare autoimmune disorders.Not eating is definitely bad because if you dont maintain a good health then you might get oppurtunistic infection due to poor immunity.
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Answered: Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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