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Gained weight, tiredness, frequent urination, increased thirst, drinking water. What could it be?

Hi. Yes. Can you please tell me what s going on with me? I went to the doctor for a blood test and everything came back fine. No signs of diabetes or thyroid problem. But I ve gained a Ton of weight, I m tired all day, moody, frequently going to the bathroom and always thirsty and drinking only water. I also do not believe I m pregnant, took that test too. Thank you and please help?! Could it possibly be depression or anxiety that s causing all this?
Asked On : Mon, 18 Mar 2013
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Cardiologist 's  Response
in your case following may be reason-
1) depression - emotional eating." This is a response to depression and an attempt to fill a void in your life through food
2) Comfort foods such as chocolate and other sweets may soothe the soul, but they expand the waistline.
3) if you are taking anti depressant medicines- Many anti-depressant medications cause weight gain
4)birth control pills, steroids, beta-blockers blood pressure, anti-seizure meds,
5) you may be suffering from PCOD( poly cystic ovary disease) - do an ultrasonography
6) lack of sleep
7) lack of dietry fibers
8)recent studies shows decrease vitamin D level also cause increase weight
discuss with family physician and discuss above points - i m sure u will be benefited

Answered: Mon, 18 Mar 2013
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Endocrinologist Dr. V. Kumaravel's  Response

your concern seems to be related to weight gain, thirsty and mood disturbance. since your blood investigations are normal, i presume most of your medical condition are ruled out. depression can cause these features but it is difficult to comment without examining you in person.
Answered: Tue, 19 Mar 2013
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