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Rapid weight loss

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • January 22, 2011
  • 08:30 AM

I am writing out of concern for my daughter. She is 27 hrs ops, 5'3" engaged, w/2 kids, never stops running. She has lost alot of weight since October! Lucky if she weighs 90 lbs! She has poor eating habits but does eat on the go alot. She don't do drugs or alcohol, my family and I and her children have begged her to go to a dr but she gets mad and says she's fine! She's not! Her body is bones! Her skin is hanging off her face! She's lost aLot of muscle she looks like a skeleton! She almost passed out at work several times, but she won't go to a Dr! She has no insurance and I believe that is why, but I just don't knOw what to do!?!? Can anyone help me??

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  • Hi,I'm very sorry to hear about what's going on. I've had the same problem I'm about 5'3, 5'4 and I couldn't make it stop- it was scary. I regained maybe 10 lbs and I start to slide back down sometimes. I saw a nutritionist during that time who gave me a lot of ideas , but some of the things he recommended- bc I was a f/t student and f/t employeed- was taking in extra calories by drinking whey shakes and other “nutrition bars” that people use to gain muscle and weight. You can get them at a health food store. It’s something you can take with you and helps balance your vitamin intake . And I say this with only concern- and I hope it doesn’t come off negatively- but she may want to talk to someone, there may be a more deep seeded issue. Undereating is equivalent to overeating it is an anxiety or depressive response . That might help fix the root cause. Undereating can be so detrimental to your system over sustained periods of time. I hope this helps? Probably not too much… I wish you and your daughter the best of luck.
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