I have difficulty eating a regular meal, please advise?

my husband has been told he had a infection somewhere in his body after three weeks he is losing weight and can no longer eat savary (savory) food only fruit and cereals. he is a type two diabetic and he seems as if he is suffering from worry about what the doctors have said
can you advise me

Age: 74
Medications: asprin, omaprazal, tamzon, cardorvol,
General Information: i have arthritis in my hips kneens and ankels, I had a heart attack 10 years ago and three metel stents put in i have had no pain at all after the heart attack. i can eat toast ,breakfast ceirial, fresh fruit, bread with butter, but when it comes to eating a main meal i gag at the food. this has gone on for over three weeks.
it is worrying me and my nerves are becomming woundup.

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Dr. Javez Ernesto
5:20 pm

Seems to be related to your throat or esophagus. Gagging or dysphagia can be caused by a number of problems – a throat muscle, nerve or minor blockage. Esophagitis could be a consequences of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) or other digestive problem. Esophagitis can also be caused by an infection. Esophagitis is treated by medication and dietary changes. Your doctor will probably recommend you see an ENT or gastroenterologist.

Dr.Honey Arora
3:58 am

It looks like some obstruction or swelling anywhere in your digestive tract..
So it is advisable to consult a Gastroenterologist and get evaluated.
An endoscopy can be done for further confirmation..