Teen girl cutting self diagnosis

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teen girl cutting self diagnosis
Cutting is a type of self-harm in which teens deliberately cut or scratch themselves with knives, razor blades, or other sharp objects, but not with any intention of trying to commit suicide. Other self-harm behaviors can include head-banging, branding or burning their skin, overdosing on medications, and strangulation. These behaviors are more common than you might think and affect up to 16 percent of teenagers and young adults. Parents and pediatricians often have a hard time understanding why teens would cut or do other things to harm themselves. Not surprisingly, cutting is a complex behavioral problem and is often associated with a variety of psychiatric disorders, including depression, anxiety , and eating disorders.
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Cutting and Self-Harm Behaviors in Teens

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Self-injury/cutting - Diagnosis and treatment - Mayo Clinic

Verified by Psychology Today. Sax on Sex. I remember my first psychiatry rotation, back in when I was a medical student at the University of Pennsylvania. A young woman was admitted to the psych ward. She had been cutting herself with razor blades.
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Few things trigger a more immediate panic reaction in parents than finding out that a child is engaging in self-harm. Cutting into the skin is the most widely known form of self-harm. Teens do this using their fingernails, razor blades, knives, or even pen caps. Self-harm can also come in the form of burns, skin picking, hair pulling, or even hitting oneself. Kids with anxiety, depression, eating disorders, borderline personality disorder, and posttraumatic stress disorder are all at risk for self-harm, but so are kids with a history of trauma, neglect, or abuse.
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Other forms of self-injury include excessive scratching to the point of drawing blood, punching self or objects, infecting oneself, inserting objects into body openings, drinking something harmful like bleach or detergent , and breaking bones purposefully. People who self-injure commonly report they feel empty inside, over or under stimulated, unable to express their feelings, lonely, not understood by others and fearful of intimate relationships and adult responsibilities. Self-injury is their way to cope with or relieve painful or hard-to-express feelings, and is generally not a suicide attempt. But relief is temporary, and a self-destructive cycle often develops without proper treatment. A lot of people who cut themselves also have an eating disorder.
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