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Pica. Have a habit of eating raw rice
I have a habit of eating raw rice daily. Even midnight sometimes I feel like eating and I do not have a control over it. Sometimes I get stomach pain and I have started losing lot of hair.
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It's a manifestation of iron deficiency anemia. Get CBP and iron studies done. Improves with treatment
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Nothing to worry about it, just avoid eating raw instead of that eat something healthy food aur fruits which will boost your immunity.
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It can be a psychological thing too .. Please check your Haemoglobin and for iron deficiency
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Do complete blood count and iron studies
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Requires CBC and iron studies And pyschiatric consultation if  u r unable to resist
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AVOID IT. NOT ADVISABLE TO EAT RAW RICE.
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