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#1 Flora039


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Posted 10 April 2020 - 02:35 PM

Apparantly the mortality rate for ruminating disorder is 10%? ¿

I have this + i have ednos so like my chances of dying with a direct cause of my eds are pretty fucking big...
Wtf how do people even die from this??

I'm so like shocked??

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Posted 27 April 2020 - 04:51 AM

Maybe they become so addicted to chew spitting they don't eat? Or get so used to c/s they feel like they can't eat normally and face complications like other disorders

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Posted 02 May 2020 - 12:48 PM

Possibly malnutrition
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Posted 18 October 2020 - 09:21 PM

it's likely just malnutrition. rumination disorder usually affects children and a lot of parents probably aren't aware of it being an actual condition, so that could be why

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Posted 09 November 2020 - 08:41 AM

Soooo, this is new for me. I have always known Rumination in Psychology to mean going over & over something in ones mind. I guess I see how that can then be applied physically...

I have pretty bad reflux (GERD), ....Since I had it so young, I remember the adults in my life being worried about it causing cancer. ....maybe this?
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Posted 09 November 2020 - 07:03 PM

I had rumination disorder for about a year after I had my gallbladder removed.  This also coincided with the end of my anorexia recovery.  I had my throat dilated during an upper GI scope and that helped a lot.  I had the procedure repeated 6 months later and the rumination disorder never happened again.  Might be worth consulting a gastroenterologist to see if you can get some relief.

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Posted 28 February 2021 - 03:02 AM

i think MI82 probably has the answer. i developed acid reflux while i was binge eating (especially from binging late at night). one thing that really motivated me to get it under control was learning it could lead to esophageal cancer.

i love the statistics that say you’ll live ten less years if you have/do “x”. smoking, mental illness, social isolation ... i should’ve been dead last week.

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