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Amenorrhea kidney problems difficulty maintaing body

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Amenorrhea Kidney Problems Difficulty maintaing body temperature Muscle atrophy Slowed gastric activity Loss of bone calcium Anemia Immune System Dysfunction Osteoporosis
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Mortality Rates of AN Crude mortality rates range from 4 to 13 % Low weight at assessment is one of the leading indicators of a fatal outcome Most common causes of death are starvation and suicide Recovery 46% Recover 33% Improve (but remain symptomatic) 20% Remain chronically ill History of Anorexia 1200-1500’s-Anorexia Mirabilis 1600-1700’s-Miraculous Maids Late 1800’s-Fasting girls Early 1900’s-Anorexia Nervosa Anorexia Mirabilis "Miraculous lack of appetite" Women and girls of the Middle Ages who would starve themselves in the name of God Frequently seen with other aesthetic practices Catherine of Siena (1347-1380)
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Miraculous Maids Areas where Catholic tradition remained strong Miracles? Claims had to be verified 1600-Jane Balan, 14 year old Beginning movement from sainthood to patienthood Fasting Girls
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