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... Ok so I went to see a dietician for the first time today. ... (4 replies)
... and i'm also realizing how many more calories my body can handle. it's a good feeling. i think the dietician will be really good for you. ... (4 replies)
... Hey Lauren. I'm glad you went to see the dietician. I had the same kind of experience when I went. Sort of thinking that I was doing better than I actually was, mostly because I'm better now than I used to be.. but it's still just not normal. I hope you keep working with her. Keep up the fight. (4 replies)

... well hey. you like your dietician, and you're learning all about what's right for you and how healthy you can be... i dunno. sounds like you're definately on to something here. i hope future visits are as enlightening. cheers, snitter (4 replies)
... Lauren - I just sent the search party out for you on the fight clubs post......Im so happy for you , not that you are not recovered, but that you we to the dietician. Isn't it interesting how we think or want to, that we are doing so much better than we really are as far as calories and exercise. The experts are always the best experts for everyone else it seems. So you either... (4 replies)
... Deep in thought, I think you definitely have a point. I probably should have told my doctor about my history on my first visit, but it's something I've always wanted to keep quiet about. Ugh... ... (5 replies)
Steps to recovery
Oct 17, 2003
... fishy.org. Visit it for more information on recovery and read up on your specific disorder. I hope this will help some! God Bless! ... (0 replies)
... So, to sum up, go visit a GI, and among other tests they may want to do, make sure you get a 4 hour gastric emptying test. ... (12 replies)
Feeling very low.
Feb 19, 2008
... t to the point that it's painful for me to verbalize. It does get easier though...at least it has for me. I could only talk about my ED in generalizations when I first approached it with my husband. Now, I can be more open with him. I still struggle with the words "purge" and "anorexic"... ... (3 replies)




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