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My heart still hurts and even now after, kindly help me

Ok..well i use to be aneorixic and i got help from people at school..(teacher and other students) and i am starting to eat more now..started on ensure and power bar to get my weight up..well heart still hearts and even now after i am starting to eat normally it still hurts..i don;t know what to do...Can some one tell me why it hurts ?
Asked On : Sat, 12 Dec 2009
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Julie, I want to say first, what a very strong young woman you are! I am so happy that you were able to beat the anorexic disorder! I commend you on this! Hun, I want you to make an appointment with a good cardiologist. There are many reasons for a person to have chest pains; however, we are NOT to ignore them! I have had chest pains and when they ran one simple test, they saw it was my mitral valve. I only take medication for this as it does not threaten anything. In as much, I am not going to even try to guess why your heart is hurting. I just wanted to point out that some heart pains can be simple problems. Even so, you need to know! Julie, your life has turned around now and for the better! I am thrilled for you. Do you believe in God and the power of prayer? I do. Please allow me to pray for you as you seek an answer to your medical situation. I ask God to guide you as you seek a good cardiologist and to give you wisdom, in this search. May our Lord God be with you and surround you with His peace as you continue to heal. I pray you know His love as Julie, noone can love you like God does as He created your very soul! Remember this and always lean on Him as He will never leave you. God bless you, If ever you want to talk, e-mail me, gail
Answered: Sat, 12 Dec 2009
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