Please help me my husband has made himself throw-up once at night before he went to bed to make him self feel better.this started when he was in his teens he would drink all day and throw at night to keep from being drunk the next day well thankfully he hasnt had a drink for 4 years but he continues to throw up at night he doesnt binge and its not a weight thing. but he got really bad a couple days ago and ended up in the hospital very ill his potassium was at 2.5 his muscles were starting to shut down and his heart was next we caught it just in time. but now I find myself obsessed with what will happen next. I am so scared he will die. I have so many questions and would love to have a chance to ask them. when he throws-up he walks out of the bathroom like nothing has happened doesnt he hurt or feel bad. How does a person learn to do this? Why does a person want to do this or what do they get out of it. I know when I have a virus or food personing I dont enjoy throwing up and feel aweful but he walks out of the bathroom like nothing has happened. I want to do every thing in my power to help him but he doesnt want to talk about it and gets angry. I cant just watch him die. Please help Thanks Amy
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