Do you have increased thirst, increased frequency of passing urine? I actually am thirsty all the time and drink a lot of water, which in turns makes my hungrier. It doesn't seem to be the only cause to my hunger, but makes the pang stronger. I also pass urine very frequently, about every hour or less.
Do you have any sweating,tremors, weight loss? No, more weight gain because I am eating so much. Also a lot of bloating.
Any diarrhea? does the stool float in water and difficult to flush? No diarrhea and the stool does not float and tends to flush easily.
Any mood changes, behavious changes? Not that I have noticed.
Any headaches, visual disturbances, vomiting? I have headaches a couple of times per week. I have not found the trigger to these headaches, but once I have them I am more sensitive to sounds, lights, and physical activity. These headaches range from clamping down in the middle of my head on each side or up front surrounding my eyes.
Have you had any blood work done? if so what was the result? I had bloodwork done a couple of years ago telling me that everything was negative, but those were for other reasons. I am not sure how long this hunger has been going on, so that bloodwork may be dated.
Any other medical condition? any medications? I take Yaz, Nexium, and for the past month have been using Alli (but the issues existed before Alli). My doctor just found a slight hiatal hernia in an endoscopy performed a week or two ago. Apparently, though, I have been doing all I can to treat that already. A few years ago I had bad stomach aches for three weeks after eating anything and the doctors never diagnosed the issue (besides IBS, which doesn't tell me anything). I did not eat for three weeks without being in severe pain. This pain radiated to my lower back. I have not had a serious issue along those lines since then. I have slight scoliosis, a tendency to bruise
easily, and issues with post-nasal drip that have not been diagnosed (still working on that problem).