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Georgia Davis, Who was the Fattest Teenager in Britain, is Suffering from Skin Infection and is Fighting for Life

by Raja Nandhini on April 9, 2013 at 2:04 AM
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 Georgia Davis, Who was the Fattest Teenager in Britain, is Suffering from Skin Infection and is Fighting for Life

The 20-year-old, Georgia Davis, who was the fattest teenager in Britain is admitted to hospital with skin infection cellulitis and is fighting for life. Cellulitis is a bacterial infection due to wound on the skin. Obese people are more prone to the condition due to increased risk of skin breaking and thinning at fat folds.

Stepdad Arthur Treloar, Georgia's father, has been informed by the doctors that his daughter's condition is very critical and she is put on support system for breathing. According to the doctors, Georgia is slipping in and out consciousness and it may be difficult for her to make it.

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Georgia who now weighs 46 stone, had been previously admitted in the hospital for nine months and had lost some weight and weighed 40st 6lbs. But once out of the hospital her unhealthy eating habit resumed and she regained her weight.

As a teenager, Georgia used to order up to 20 kebabs each week from a takeaway and gorge throughout the day on chocolate, crisps and two litre bottles of Coca Cola, causing her weight gain.

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