I've had a "problem" with eating for about six years. I run cross country and I developed a stress fracture in my leg about four years ago. It gets better and then worse and so on. My coach has never been able to figure out why my stress fracture won't go away. I read in an article that many female cross country runners have eating disorders and that osteoporosis can come from that and develop in the teenage years and then cause stress fractures. My coach doesn't know that I'm anorexic so I would have to treat this in secret if it is from osteoporosis caused by my eating problem. No one knows that I have an eating disorder so I can't talk about this to the doctor. Plus, they would notice that I've lost a lot of weight since when I last went to the doctor and then they'd tell my parents. Anyone know what I can do to reverse the effects of osteoporosis if that is the cause of my stress fracture? Anyone know what I can do about my stress fracture? Any quick fixes so it doesn't hurt when I run?
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