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Had uterus removal surgery. Losing weight, loss of appetite. Is there any hormonal imbalance? Diet to be given?

My Mother had the uterus removal surgery 5 years ago when she was 43 years. Her condition has steadily deteriorated. Initially for two years she was in denial of any weight loss . she was 58- 60 kgs. now she is 40 kgs only. she has lost her appetite majorly and eats bare minimum. We want her to put on weight. but she refuses to eat . what diet can she follow ? is there any hormonal imbalance which is affecting the appetite post the surgery? what can be done ?
Asked On : Fri, 18 May 2012
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I really appreciate your concern for your mother the weight of your mother is okay looking to her age, this is long being gone since she had gone through the hysterectomy, so just forget about this neither this is the hormonal imbalance, I think that your mother is doing good, you only want to put her on weight, but no need to do that, hope this information helps you have nice day.
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