Who was Charlotte Comer? Wiki, Bio, Age, Family, A depressed woman who committed suicide

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A depressed woman who became obsessed with looking in mirrors and only drank Pepsi Max has committed suicide after “serious failures” by doctors, an investigation has heard. Charlotte Comer 30, suffered years of mental health battles over her body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) after she was bullied at school and became obsessed with controlling her reflection and self-harm.

The physical therapist assistant became anorexic and her body mass index plummeted to 16, the same as an average four-year-old, research has heard. Comer, from Earl’s Croome, Worcestershire, ate a diet of only Pepsi Max but, despite her condition, she ultimately “gave up hope” of help and died of an overdose on July 20, 2021. Worcestershire coroner David Reid said Herefordshire and the Worcestershire Health and Care NHS Trust were guilty of “serious failings” that contributed to her suicide.

Charlotte Comer Age

The age of Charlotte Comer is 30 years.

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Why did killed Charlotte Comer herself

The investigation heard that Comer had a history of overdosing and in 2018 she fell into a coma for three weeks after taking pills. Throughout her struggles, she had eight care coordinators, but for five months in 2021 she didn’t see anyone because of her condition.

Months before her death, Comer was referred to Priory Hospital for treatment, the inquest heard, but a doctor stopped her referral. In a letter explaining her condition to her GP, Professor Veal, from The Priory Hospital, London, wrote that with BDD she “frequently checks reflective surfaces and that is significantly distressing for you.”

Despite his condition, a senior doctor felt that Comer’s conditions did not meet the criteria for his treatment to be funded locally, but they had not realized that the care would be fully funded by England’s NHS and that she should have been referred for treatment.Read More……

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