Of course I could not give medical advice, because I am not a doctor. I was more of a friendly counsellor. I've finished psychology and I have communication skills, so my help was supportive, but also knowledge based, because of my vast reading on water fasting. Mostly, I tried to defeat the common oppinion about Water Fasting being dangerous with arguments, I tried to explain the various states and symptoms some girls were experiencing, but never have I encoureged them to continue if I'd notice something that would threaten their health, and allways suggested medical surveillance as an optimal Water Fasting experience, when that was possible. No, do not imagine that tons of girls were eager to try it, many were just in a "talkative" mood. I do not believe to have spoken with more than 8-9 persons that have actually tried fasting.