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Low appetite due to medicines, throw up on eating, taking plenty of water, don not feel hungry. What should be done?

Well, I haven t really eaten anything for about a week because of the meds I ve been on even though I need to eat before I take them. I have been drinking water though. Whenever I try to eat, I always throw it up. The meds I m on make me not hungry. And it s not like I m underweight or anything, and I m a 15 year old female, so I was wondering what I should do?
Asked On : Mon, 22 Oct 2012
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the medicines are causing hyperacidity and the acid reflux in oesophagus comes up in oesophagus leading to swelling of pipe and problems
you can use ppi agent in the morning for preventing acidity
you can use liquid antacids two to 3 tea spoon full 3 -5 times in a day
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