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Hey Wen, I need a little more info if you would like to share. What are your meds? Also any eating disorder that you know of?
If I had to guess I would say Ritalin may be your cause. However I am not a physician and you should run this past your physician :) How long have you been on this med?
Ritalin (methylphenidate) is a central nervous system stimulant, similar to amphetamines in the nature and duration of its effects.coc Short-term effects can include nervousness and insomnia, loss of appetite, nausea and vomiting, changes in heart rate and blood pressure skin rashes and itching, abdominal pain, weight loss, and digestive problems just to name a few. Reference: PDR Pocket Guide, 7th Edition
I'm not sure about the medications you're on, and they could be the cause of your lack of appetite, but I just wanted to add that I've got the same thing at times. It seems to come in phases, sometimes I seem fine and others I don't want to eat anything. It's been this way for me for about a year, since my panic got really bad again. I have lost some weight, which was good for me, but it is bothersome on days that I don't feel like I'm getting enough to eat. The only med I take is xanax, and have taken it for years, so doubt that it's from that. I think it's just stress for me. If it's becoming a problem or causing you to worry, I would agree with Kitt and see the doctor about it.
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