Among a lot of other problems, one of the most obvious ones is with my teeth. They look really bad to say the least.
I brush my teeth 2-3 times every single day and they still look yellow, I can also literally see through part of them and they are kind of sensitive, they dont look strong. At first I didnt know why this was but now I know its because I have little enamel left, I dont know why this is. Other symptoms are that I think my teeth are too exposed, theres little gum left covering up parts of my teeth and I can see every part of all my teeth, I dont know why this is either. My bones and joints also seem very weak and hurt a lot.
Anybody know why this would be?
These are the only things I can think of: I never had an actual eating disorder but I did have severe depression before which led to me hardly eating anything, I probably ate 1/2 the calories of what I was supposed to and little milk for over a year around when I was 13. After that I ate a little more, but still less than I should have and hardly any milk on and off in cycles for about 3 years, I cant drink milk that much even if I want to because I have lactose intolerance and we dont have anything to eat that has calcium in it to substitute for that. Now Im realizing maybe I didnt get nearly as much calcium and vitamin D that I should have. If thats the only reason I look like this and its causing my symptoms is there anything I can do to reverse that??? Im taking vitamin D pills everyday and getting some calcium but I dont know if Ill ever be able to make up for the vitamins/minerals I lost in the past.
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