Appetite symptoms refers to either an increased appetite (hunger) or a decreased appetite.
An increased appetite can be normal for various reasons (e.g. growth spurts in children, puberty, increased activity in lifestyle), but can also indicate various diseases, such as diabetes or hyperthyroidism (thyroid disease). See also: excessive hunger
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Specific Causes of Appetite symptoms
Ovarian cancer: Common symptoms of ovarian cancer include:
- feeling full quickly when eating
Causes List for Appetite symptoms
Possible causes of Appetite symptoms (or similar symptoms) may include:2
- AIDS wasting syndrome (loss of appetite)
- AIDS (loss of appetite)
- AL amyloidosis (loss of appetite)
- Abscess (loss of appetite)
- Acne (loss of appetite)
- Acrodermatitis enteropathica (Poor appetite)
- Acute Appendicitis (loss of appetite, poor appetite)
- Acute Cholecystitis (loss of appetite)
- Acute Hepatitis ...
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