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Why my weight is not increasing as per my age ?

age -19 height- 5 -1 weight -32kgs gender-female prob- my weight is not increasing since 2 years medical history- i have suffered an eye accident at 7 months (i hit scissors in my right eye, no vision in the eye) my eye was operated several times due to which doctors told that my growth will be hindered for years.. i m still very thin. what should i go for...
Asked On : Wed, 24 Aug 2011
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Hi,Anjali ji,
Thanks for query,
There is no relation of increasing weight and eye surgery.
You weight is very less.
Please see that you do not have any underlying chronic disease by which you do not put on weight.
if you are alright then,
Take high nourishing food,more milk,fat, carbohtdrate,protein powder.
Take more green veggies,fresh fruits.
Take Iron,b.complex and multivitamin supplements.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Wed, 24 Aug 2011
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