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What do you think about mild cases of anorexia nervosa?

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Dr. Rudolf Brutoco
Pediatrics - Psychiatry
4 doctors agree

In brief: Get help.

If it's big enough to warrant being called "a case of anorexia nervosa", then it is a chronic, high-risk condition that requires expert mental health care and ongoing clinical supervision.

In brief: Get help.

If it's big enough to warrant being called "a case of anorexia nervosa", then it is a chronic, high-risk condition that requires expert mental health care and ongoing clinical supervision.
Dr. Rudolf Brutoco
Dr. Rudolf Brutoco
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Dr. Paul Rogers
Pediatrics - Adolescent Medicine
2 doctors agree

In brief: Counseling

Consider counseling with a therapist familiar with anorexia to avoid the condition from worsening.

In brief: Counseling

Consider counseling with a therapist familiar with anorexia to avoid the condition from worsening.
Dr. Paul Rogers
Dr. Paul Rogers
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