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Carving for blood. No help by having own blood, eating raw meat. Eyes turning yellow in color

Ok, I crave blood all the time. I try to use my own blood to try and not to hurt people or animal and I have tried eating rare/raw meat but it doesn t help any more. My eyes also have a touch of yellow in them that just showed up weeks back. The yellow coloring cames out best in the evening or at night. And I can t sleep at night a lot of the time...
Asked On : Mon, 18 Jun 2012
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Craving blood and eating raw meat is definitely not ok and you could be seriously ill soon. There are a variety of parasites transmitted in this way including neurocysticercosis which can cause seizures and form a mass in your brain.The yellow colour in the eyes can be due to the excessive blood/raw meat you're taking and it is due to a lot of bilirubin ( which is formed due to breakdown of heme in the blood and meat)
Please see a psychiatrist as soon as possible. This can get you into a lot of trouble,
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