Help! Anorexia and joint pain

Hi my anorexia has returned after a few years. I’ve lost a lot of weight in about a month although I’m still technically in my healthy bmi range. But I’m having terrible joint pain all over! 8/10 pain. Doctors just tell me to take ibuprofen but that doesn’t help. It’s Christmas period so every help place is closed. I want the pain to stop but I don’t want to start eating “properly” again. Does anyone else get joint pain like this?

Christmas?

You are also mad, poor soul

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2-hNk6UFuE

zimemlipukia

You are the spiritual successor of @john ineo

Lost course man…lost course

Huh!

Tafuta second opinion! Lakini kama unataka kujiua na self prescription jaribu Tory 120mg au Serrazen Plus. Hapo unaanza kuingia territory ya prescription-only drugs.

Halafu @administrator ongeza kwa terms and conditions kuwa hii site haipeani any medical advice.

You need to seek help from a shrink

Ni okimwi? This are old men problem na sijaiskia @Abba akicomplain about his joints ako sambamba.

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General symptoms of malnutrition include feeling tired and irritable, bone or joint pain, slow wound healing, and infections.

Basically, anorexia and joint pain are linked due to the effects of malnutrition on the body.

One of the most common and serious health risks linked to anorexia is osteoporosis. Osteoporosis is a condition where bones become weak; they develop holes, resembling a honeycomb structure. Osteoporosis can cause significant aches and pains and make the bones more likely to break. Low estrogen levels contribute to significant losses in bone density, and you’ll need to wear walking boots like the ones you can get from [COLOR=rgb(0, 0, 0)]https://dunbarmedical.com/product-category/braces-and-supports/walking-boot/. In addition, individuals with anorexia often produce excessive amounts of the adrenal hormone cortisol, which is known to trigger bone loss.