A 15-year-old lady who wanted to be a alloy took her possess life after being given Prozac to assistance with her anorexia.
Ellie Long, from Wymondham, Norfolk, had a “two-year story of low mood” and had once created a self-murder note, an inquisition in Norwich heard.
The teenager’s family told a justice they had been “failed by everyone” before to her genocide on 12 Dec 2017.
Mental health alloy Keran Chitari, who treated Ellie, pronounced services during a time had been “stretched”.
In a statement, Ellie’s mom Nicki Long told Norfolk Coroner’s Court that after losing weight, her daughter began to humour from sleeping problems, that progressed to self-harming and suicidal thoughts.
Ellie was referred to a eating disorders use by her GP and saw both a dietician and a psychiatrist though found a consistent speak of food “patronising” so stopped attending her appointments, Mrs Long said.
This resulted in some clinical decisions – such as doubling a volume of Prozac Ellie was prescribed – being taken though saying her in person. a inquisition was told.
Mrs Long pronounced her daughter was “crying out for assistance though it was not provided”.
After a nine-day spell in hospital, a family feared for Ellie’s reserve after she pronounced she would rather kill herself than eat, claiming “everyone would be improved off though me”.
Mrs Long told how on 9 December, she called for an ambulance though was suggested to take Ellie to a walk-in centre.
She also called military in a wish her daughter could be sectioned though was given an programmed series for amicable services, a justice heard.
The following day, Mrs Long found Ellie unresolved in her bedroom. She died in Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital dual days later.
Dr Keran Chitari, before of a Norfolk and Suffolk Mental Health Trust, told a inquisition she had not been wakeful of Ellie’s chronological self-murder risk.
“A caring devise had never been finished and there was no predicament plan,” she said.
“Six people were perplexing to do a work of 20. The use was stretched though we were perplexing to offer a best caring possible.”
The inquisition continues.