Noun(1) a prolonged disorder of eating due to loss of appetite
(1) Patients who have anorexia typically will be unconcerned about significant weight loss.(2) Someone with anorexia might visit their GP because of symptoms such as loss of periods, abdominal pain, bloating or constipation.(3) The patient with nausea and anorexia is at risk for inadequate nutrition and weight loss, and should be monitored.(4) Medication should be considered in the treatment of anorexia but should not be the sole or primary treatment.(5) People with anorexia limit their food intake severely, and so become very underweight.(6) For a start, he has suffered from depression and anorexia , neither of which are conditions that men readily admit to having.(7) My daughter, who nearly died from anorexia , is making a steady recovery.(8) Both medications can cause gastrointestinal effects such as anorexia and nausea.(9) Although some people with anorexia have bingeing and purging habits, the two conditions are distinct.(10) He was otherwise asymptomatic, with no anorexia , weight loss, or jaundice.(11) he has anorexia(12) she got anorexia(13) As well as suffering from asthma, she is receiving medical treatment for anorexia .(14) Other symptoms may include fever, malaise, anorexia , and weight loss.(15) Nausea, vomiting and anorexia were also commonly present in these patients.(16) Girls and women with anorexia might stop having normal menstrual periods.
1. anorexia ::
2. sitophobia ::
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