The situation is now this severe that she had in the last year 3 acute hospital intakes and she is permanent attached to this feeding tube where she gets nutritians from. She told me she has a BMI of 15 (~43 kg and 1.73 meter) and her skin is in bad condition. Since she is already an older female (~50) it is not likely she has anorexia, also she acknowledges she is too thin, but she still keeps making comments on other peoples feeding behavior.
Example: i take a slice of bread and put , in her eyes, to much sprinkles on it. Then she always says I had enough on my bread (I am aged 20+ :S) and she always tells me I am fat, she did that previously also with my little brother.
She has been known with psychologic disorders and she has been treated for that in a special facility (called RIAGG), since the age of 16.
i am just wondering what I can do to help her. The doctors don't seem to know of the diagnose orthorexia nervosa and since all tests for about a year have been proving that there is nothing wrong with her intestine I am just getting worried she won't live that long any more.
Are you still here? I dont want to post anything, and you dont frequent here anymore (since the post is pretty old).
Let me know ok.