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    i know this is random, and probably none of my business, but i think my sister is making herself sick. today, for example, she had the tap running on full and when i went in after her i smelt like sick. she has only just come back from uni, and she found out one of her friends was bukemic just before she came back. i really dont know what to do for the best, it may just be a phase due to her knowing abiut her freind and thinking it was a good idea, but it may not. she has always been worried about her weight, but i have never noticed her doing this before. i really dont know what to do. please help me
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    maybe you should sit her down and try to talk to her about it, i know it sounds obvious but you might have got it all wrong, all you can do is ask her really, but tred carefully. good luck xxxx
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    Do nothing until you've got a better idea of what's you know what's going on.

    E.g. is this a one off?
    Could there be another explanation?
    If you'r suspicions are confirmed, then I'd confront her, and ask HER what she wants you to do about it. And in consultation with her, decide what the best course of action is, - depending on what the problem is ofcourse. If you seek help before asking her, at best you'll have got your wires crossed; and at worst, permanently lost her trust. Best wishes
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    u dont want to confront her and make her avoid you or become defensive. get expert advice.
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    maybe shes pregnant, consider all options
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    thats why i asked on here, she doesn go on here, so i wont "lose
    her trust" im just really scared, ive had this with two of my best friends, but i have always felt a bit detached from their problem a little, but now it is my sister i am more involved and scared
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    shes a virgin by the way, she "wants to save herself" and it was in the night, so not morning sickness
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    (Original post by bottomness)
    shes a virgin by the way, she "wants to save herself" and it was in the night, so not morning sickness
    Morning sickness can happen anytime!!! Not just in the morning!! lol!
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    fine, not really experienced in pregnancy! but i really dont think that is what it is, she has only ad 2 bfs in her life and only got off with them, even though she went out with both for over a year, and i really dont think she has changed that much!
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    you really are quite confusing, you say you dont know whats happening to her and you think she may be throwing up....but then you think you know her well enough to think that shes not changed at all at uni?

    Personally, if i was you i'd stalk her for a few days...just watch how oftern and when she goes to the bath room. Once your sure shes being sick regularly sit her down and calmly ask her. Dont Shout at her. She'll be greatful that her secrets out.

    but if its just that shes got a dodgy stomach at the moment she might get really annoyed that you think shes making herself be sick...so be sure before you confront her!

    love Katy***
 
 
 
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