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When You're Hospitalized for the Medical Complications of an Eating Disorder

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The last time I was hospitalized for my eating disorder, it felt like the hospital’s only aim was to get me out. I understand why this was the goal.

In the past, the hospital has exasperated my symptoms and only made things worse. However, this time things were different — and many things were missed.

I was admitted to the hospital with an extremely high heart rate. The doctors were concerned. I didn’t refuse the first nine bags of fluids they gave me overnight because I too was worried about my heart.

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