Eating Disorder
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Does your child or someone you know tend to ...
1. be overly concerned with body appearance or weight?
2. be moody and irritable?
3. have anxiety, depression, or suicidal thoughts?
4. have anxiety around meal times?
5. feel guilt or dislike themselves?
6. diet frequently or often make excuses not to eat?
7. have problems with overeating?
8. have obsessive behaviors with food, such as only drinking from a certain cup or eating certain foods only on certain days of the week?
9. wear baggy clothes, layer their clothes, or their clothing style has changed?
10. hoard food?
11. spend time in the bathroom after meals?
12. be socially withdrawn or isolated?
13. avoid social situations where food is available?
14. have given up or lost interest in some former hobbies?
15. have had dramatic weight loss or rapid fluctuations in weight?
16. be dehydrated (evident in thinning hair, sallow skin, and dry, brittle nails)?
17. have edema where the body retains water or fluid, making it look puffy?
18. have irregular or stopped menstrual periods?
19. experience slowed metabolism (which causes slower heart rate, low blood pressure, lower body temperature, feels cold often, bluish-colored fingers, toes, hands, or feet)?
20. develop hypoglycemia or low blood sugar (which causes confusion, illogical thinking, coma, shakiness, and irritability)?
21. sometimes feel faint, dizzy, or fatigued?
22. have trouble with concentration, memory, and thinking ability?
23. have frequent constipation, diarrhea, cramps, or other bowel problems?
24. often have a sore throat, indigestion, and heartburn?
25. bruise easily?

Total 'Yes' (out of 25 possible)
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