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Habit of eating raw rice. Not able to stop. Low hemoglobin levels. Itching in the anus, irregular periods

hi, past few days i am eating rice soaked in water and i cant able to stop i took blood test in that i have only 7.4 haemoglobin and AEC as 320.then i feel i have worms because i feel itchy in anus region..what i have to do pl help me to get rid off this i am just 24 years old then i didnt get periods also properly past 2 months.
Asked On : Wed, 1 May 2013
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
Hi, In documented cases of psychiatric illnesses, drugs are of value.
All mineral deficiencies must be treated with supplements. A nutritionist can chalk out an appropriate diet plan.
Family counselling in cases of parental neglect and deprivation is a must.
Behaviour therapy is extremely useful to break the abnormal eating habits in intellectually disabled people. Reward and punishment is one form of communicating good and bad food choices.
Causes for immediate hospitalisation are severe lead poisoning and intestinal obstruction and perforation, as they could be fatal. Regards, Dr.D.P.Bura
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