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Eating non edible items like sand - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
User :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   sir , i have problem
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   proceed
User :   past 5/6 year i eat sand
User :   r u indiann
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   waht is your age ?
User :   25
Doctor :   ok
User :   plz consulting me
Doctor :   have you visited any physician for this problem ?
User :   no
User :   its big problem
Doctor :   Are you eating sand only
Doctor :   or are you eating non edible items like paper
User :   no
Doctor :   like that
Doctor :   ok
User :   only sand
Doctor :   You are having this problem for 2 years ,right
User :   5 yers
Doctor :   waht does your daily diet consist of
Doctor :   ok
User :   200gm
Doctor :   are you eating 200 gms sand per day?
User :   ya
Doctor :   ok Mr
Doctor :   most of the times such type of things happen in anemia patients

Doctor :   Iron deficiency anemia patients have more affection towards non edible substances like paper , clay.
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