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My daughter is 15 and every time we sit to eat she never wants to eat she always says she full or feels sick or starts a fight so she can storm off to her room and not eat, she only eats a small breakfast and a bit of dinner and desert. Is something wrong with her?
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My daughter is 15 and every time we sit to eat she never wants to eat she always says she full or feels sick or starts a fight so she can storm off to her room and not eat, she only eats a small breakfast and a bit of dinner and desert. Is something wrong with her?
Hi, has she always been like this or this a new occurrence? I went through a phase of not eating for about 4 months and lost a few stone due to anxiety and every time I ate I would be sick.
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Hi, has she always been like this or this a new occurrence? I went through a phase of not eating for about 4 months and lost a few stone due to anxiety and every time I ate I would be sick.
I’m sorry you went through that I hope you’re better now
And this has only been going on for about 2 weeks
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I’m sorry you went through that I hope you’re better now
And this has only been going on for about 2 weeks
Hi, it could be due to something being on her mind, which is causing her not to eat, but if not might be other problems - best to see a doctor.
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My daughter is 15 and every time we sit to eat she never wants to eat she always says she full or feels sick or starts a fight so she can storm off to her room and not eat, she only eats a small breakfast and a bit of dinner and desert. Is something wrong with her?
Don't jump to assuming that she has an eating disorder.
Various physical health conditions or even other mental health conditions could be responsible for these symptoms.

Regardless, she needs to see a doctor ASAP.
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It depends.
She may be trying to lose weight, rebelling against adults, not appreciative of the food options or the company on offer at family mealtimes.
Alternatively she may have food issues or health problems.
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Hi, it could be due to something being on her mind, which is causing her not to eat, but if not might be other problems - best to see a doctor.
I’ll ask her and maybe she’ll open up to me and I’ll take her to the doctor thank you for the help
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