Britain's fattest teenager Georgia Davis has been rushed into hospital because of severe pain in her legs, caused by her obesity.
The 19-year-old – who weighs 46st 7lb, despite constant battles to slim down – was taken to hospital in an ambulance.
Georgia has returned to Prince Charles Hospital in Merthyr Tydfil - the same unit that saved her life last year by helping her to lose nearly 10 stone.
She had been admitted last June after a £100,000 mission to free her from the family home - which had to be partly demolished.
But since being discharged she failed to stick to her diet.
Her stepdad Arthur Treloar, 73, said she went back to hospital after making a desperate call to her parents.
He told The Sun: "She called us crying in pain. The cellulitis in her legs has worsened and she is in agony.
"The fact that she's been trying to sleep in a chair for weeks hasn't helped either. "We're happy that she's going somewhere to relieve the pain."
Georgia moved into her own two-bedroomed council flat six months ago, but has piled on four stone since.
Speaking from the flat she shares with friend Sian Thomas in Aberdare, South Wales, Georgia told The Sun: "I try to eat healthily but I can't cook for myself in this state.
"Last week was a bad week and I ate too many biscuits.
"I lose myself in food. I can't open a packet of biscuits and eat one - I have to eat them all."