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Loss of appetite, eagerness to eat but gets vomiting feeling on tasting, having weakness, numbness in arms and legs

I havent been eating lately, i stopped eating less and less a couple months ago at first it was becouse i was trying to lose weight but then the food wouldnt go in and all i could do is taste it but then wanting to vomit after and now i get a feeling of being afraid of food when i see it or about to eat it i get hungry and want to eat but when im about to it like i cant eat the food and ive been feeling really weak with no strenght my feets nd arms get numb out of nowhere i want to know what this could be ?
Asked On : Fri, 11 May 2012
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The history you have given here is not sufficient enough to diagnose your problem, so I would like to know some more information.Let me know whether you are having any fear of gaining weight or becoming fat
And write me your age ,sex, weight(before and after) ,height .
Take care.

Answered: Tue, 22 May 2012
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