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If You Self Harm??… Hospital?

Question by Jill M: if you self harm??… hospital?
i have recently been seriously self harming. taking over doese then throwing up, cutting. not eating then binging, feeling worthless. stupid question but do i have a problem and if my parents find out will they send ,e to a hospital? i want to stop just in case they do but i dont have the strength. i dont want to bed strapped down to a bed. if i end up going will that happen to me if i try to break free? are they easy to get out of?

Any proffestional tips on how i can stop.
Really scared, thankyou

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Answer by Joe from WI
If your emotional state is causing you to overdose and throw up, and cut yourself, you do need to see a doctor to find out what is causing it. The doctor will try to find out what is causing it and fix the problem.
Please, talk to a doctor.

Answer by Mod Allice
Honey you need to tell your parents or a doctor or call 911 if you have to but the doctors can help and the hospital won’t strap you down to a bed and you won’t have to try to escape. You are on a one way street to suicide and no one wans that for you sweetie. You need some help don’t be afraid of it. God Bless You

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