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Weakness , tirdness and underweight

Hello
i need advice about my wife .Detail are given below
Name-Pooja Rani
Married
Age-26
Height -5'3 inch
weight-40 kg
skin color- white
Working as a computer operator
she like salty and sweet both taste.
Favourate color-Red
Fellings - Emotional and fear in mind always

she is underweight and always feel tired she eat well but not get proper energy from eaten foods.
Diet plan- one Roti in morning with tea and a cup of milk at 9 am.
3 Roti in Afternoon and two in evening.

She always go to toilet after breakfast .
Bowel never come in early morning before breakfast.
Her digestion is also not good she get full with little meal.
She looks weak and so slim.plz advice remedy to improve her health so that she can became healthy and gain weight.
[message edited by Mandeep4u on Sun, 28 Dec 2014 13:29:59 GMT]
[message edited by Mandeep4u on Sun, 28 Dec 2014 13:30:30 GMT]
 
  Mandeep4u on 2014-12-28
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
When was the last time she got a complete physical check up and blood testing for CBC, thyroid etc.
 
fitness 7 years ago
last time she was checked for Hb- 10.5
and Uric Acid-4.9
three months ago
 
Mandeep4u 7 years ago
complete physical check up and blood testing for CBC, thyroid etc.
 
fitness 7 years ago
one year ago all was ok
 
Mandeep4u 7 years ago
Please post the results here.
 
fitness 7 years ago

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