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What can I do about my blood cravings ?

I m a starving vampire trying to survive in the 21st century. My boyfriend and I are surviving on small amounts of each others blood, but that is starting to not be enough. What are my other options? The reason that I drink blood is because of an Iron Deficiency and I know I am not crazy for doing this because I know what I am doing. Crazy people do not understand things when they are doing them.
Sun, 27 Mar 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Oh god, there are better ways to get yourself treated for Iron deficiency anemia. And there is may be reason for such weired instincts. Get yourself checked by a psychiatrist.
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  Anonymous's Response

You both are crazy. YOu both need psychiatric is not a normal thing. If you suffer from Iron Deficiency Anemia, get proper treatment for it.. there are tablets, tonic and injections available to treat it.

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i crave blood but i don know the freak y! or like if i smell it or taste it or see alot of it i WANT IT! lil help here?
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