Eating Disorders Health Forum
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Of course, you should tell the fact to your physician, wellness is the most essential.
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Eating disorders often begin with the best of intentions -- a desire to lose weight and control eating.
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yeah definitely you should tell your doctor because he will help you with some medication or some useful advice or diets..
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HealthForum wrote:I started purging 6 years ago, but I feel like I have some control over it now; however, I have developed some health issues that I know are related to my purging. I was diagnosed with high blood pressure and I am taking medication for it. I had some lab work done and it showed low iron saturation and vitamin D deficiency. I go back soon to discuss the lab results with my doctor. I don't know if I should bring up my eating disorder if she can treat the health issues she knows about. I have not told her that I have frequent headaches and episodes of feeling lightheaded. I was hoping he headaches and lightheadedness was related to the blood pressure, but they have not stopped even though my blood pressure is undercontrol. I am 40 years old with a family; I would like to avoid telling them if possible; especially my two youngest children. Any advice would be appreciated.
To not reveal your real health issues to your own doctor is to chance your own death
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Definitely yes you should reveal it with your doctor. Do it immediately don't let it to get worse.
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I think that you absolutely should tell your doctor. Everything that you tell them is confidential. I understand that you would feel bad to tell, but your health is more important!
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