What You Should Know About Medicines/Anorexia

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Being anorectic means having no appetite. This is most often caused by an medication or medical condition. It is a fairly common medication side effect, commonly caused by medications that have side effects of appetite suppressing (such as methylphenidate for ADHD). However, you should never take a medication not prescribed to you to help you lose weight.