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Psyche Anorexia Nervosa Treatment

A 20-year-old woman with anorexia nervosa lives at home with her parents. She has secondary amenorrhea. Which of the following is the most important step in restoring reproductive and endocrine function to normal?

A) Benzodiazepine therapy
B) Discouraging her parents' involvement in her life
C) Encouraging her to gain weight
D) Helping her resolve conflicts over adult sexuality
E) Short course of estrogen replacement therapy
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Ohh - a mix psych / ethics question in behavioural science... hmm....

I'm going to guess C...?
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Default The answer is C?!

I think the answer is C
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Default yeah C

hormone replacement therapy is dangerous even for those with osteoporosis. and nothing was mentioned about her parents pressuring her into being anorexic.

so left with C. whats the answer btw?
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yep guys its C
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