Our expert says:
Eating Disorders Expert
Despite your daughter's endocrine complications, her weight gain sounds abnormal. Without more detail, I cannot necessarily comment on possible disordered eating, except by speculating. I suggest that you cut and paste your question to the DietDoc, or that your daughter see a registered dietician to explore her dietary habits, if she has not already done so. Should you daughter acknowledge that she recognises that her relationship with food has become emotionally loaded and abnormal, then seeing a therapist is a choice she must consider. I am assuming that you are concerned about your daughter, hence, your posted question. As such, I suggest that you continue to be available and remind her that you are there to support her whenever she needs you. I hope that helps a little?
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