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Posted by rhabia
on December 20, 1999 at 04:48:34:
In Reply to: Difficult Patient posted by Simone on November 12, 1999 at 16:58:10:
Have her drink plenty of water to help flush the excess sodium out of her system. Drinking large amounts of water will also make her feel full therefore she will have less of a desire to eat as compulsively. Also, in order to be an organ donor, the two peoples blood types must match, and the organ must be in excelent condition. If you are serious about donating an organ to her if the situation arrises, start with making sure you two are the same blood type. This step may also allow her to take you more seriously on your offer to help her.
: I have a situation with my girlfriend and I don't know if I am handling it correctly. I love her very much but she's got this weird habit where she eats salty potato chips in an excessive way. Recently the dr. told her she's developing kidney problems due to her eating habits. I am very worried about her developing a kidney failure. I know it takes months, even years to find a donor. That's why I told her not to worry about it as I won't let anything happen to her. I told her that I already gave her my heart when I met her. It just makes sense that now I can give her a kidney. That way we could truly be a part of each other. Anyways, it seems she doesn't think I'm serious about helping her quit and about my offering.
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