Not really. Dysphagia implies difficulty swallowing, an anatomic or physiologic problem. An eating disorder focuses on eating as a psychiatric problem, but swallowing is not the issue.
Yes. Dysphagia is difficulty swallowing and this difficuly could lead to not wanting to eat in a healthy, sustaining way. Get the problem fixed.
No doubt. No doubt about it.
Yes. Not liking your body can lead to many problems, including eating disorders. It could be helpful to speak with a therapist about this, so you get the right help with your specific issues.
Sometimes. If you start to follow inappropriate behaviours to get into the body you like this might be a start of an eating disorder, make sure to discuss this issue with your pcp and have a good plan to make you more satisfied with your body.
It may. Try to talk to u physician, about it he or she may be able to give u an advice.
Impact. It is usually not the "cause" of an eating disorder. But, many people use dysfunctional eating behaviors to cope. Increased stress & anxiety is likely to drive up use of those coping mechanisms. As one's life spirals out of control they may progressively default to their eating disorder.
Not directly. If have have bulimia and have vomited, it is possible to aspirate and develop a fever from the resulting bronchitis or pneumonia, but there should be an accompanying cough, and probable shortness of breath or night sweats.
Yes. Severe weight loss, as can be seen in an eating disorder, can commonly lead to hormonal abnormalities and infertility.