My weight gain has been decreasing since about five months and I do not even feel hungry, I feel stomach pain.
Asked by: Shivam solanki
Asked At: 1yr ago
Anju Kumari Expert Answer
Answered: 1yr ago
Abdominal pain coupled with unintentional weight loss can be due to a variety of conditions including: Addison’s disease celiac disease cirrhosis dementia depression, stress, or anxiety etc. Medical conditions that can cause a loss of appetite include: digestive conditions, such as irritable bowel syndrome and Crohn's disease. a hormonal condition known as Addison's disease. Seek immediate medical attention if your pain suddenly worsens. And make an appointment to see your doctor if: you have a fever greater than 100°F (37.7°C) your appetite doesn’t return in three to five days your stomach pain lasts longer than a week your stomach pain gets worse. Abdominal pain and unintentional weight loss treatments can vary because their causes vary. Your doctor will try to determine the underlying cause. However, in the meantime, they may prescribe medication to help control your symptoms. Please book a consultation with one of our doctors at this link to find further help: https://www.findmyhealth.com/consultation.