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... When did it start? ... (11 replies)
Lithium
May 15, 2006
... Hi bkfree, I am guessing you are bulimic. I was bulimic and one of several drugs I was put on during the 10 years was Lithium. It is a very powerful drug. I did gain weight but I did not throw up. It is a very interesting drug because you are not out of it or high but you just kinda go on your day like nothing is wrong. ... (1 replies)
... anxiety. If you are not already in treatment for the bulimia I suggest you seek it ASAP. Medication is not always the answer, therapy and sometimes in patient treatment is needed. ... (11 replies)

... The special thing I did to start my recovery was to first say to my self out loud "I have a problem. ... (26 replies)
... felt about myself. So what did I do? ... (4 replies)
Bulimia and prozac
Feb 10, 2006
... and would make god proud of me. I said to myself "God did not create my body and soul so that I could destroy it". And BTW, I am not a very religious person.. ... (15 replies)
Bulimia and prozac
Jan 29, 2006
... and would make god proud of me. I said to myself "God did not create my body and soul so that I could destroy it". And BTW, I am not a very religious person.. ... (15 replies)
... As a nine year bulimic, I can say that my bulimia has never gone away..but it stays dormant sometimes. ... (2 replies)
... did do to you in the past. How you felt when you were bulimic. How you felt when you were NOT bulimic. ... (3 replies)
HELP!! bulimia
Mar 7, 2004
... e both go together. All i have to say is that your probably not gonna get anywhere in the long run. Being bulimic screws your metabolism all up to begin with. So when ever you decide to stop or are forced to...your gonna put on a lot of weight. It will all just go right back. You also said you wanted it gone fast. ... (9 replies)
I need guidance.
May 5, 2004
... o do this for herself. For only 16, you are wise beyond your years. I can imagine how afraid you are. To know someone with an ed is very difficult, especially when it's someone you deeply care for. She does need professional help, for sure. Whether you can make her do this....probably not, UNLESS she wants to. ... (4 replies)
... I am currently 21 years old. My ED started back when I was 15. I started toying around with anorexia for about a year, during which I managed to lose a lot of weight. ... (1 replies)
... This is just based on my experience with bulimia. I've had it to varying degrees for 15 years and I totally wish I would have had my teeth taken care of starting when they first started to show signs of decay. ... (5 replies)
Dairy on eating
Aug 4, 2005
... Yes, perhaps a diary is a good place to start...but you will also have to consider the underlying factors that are related to your disorder. When did you first begin binging and purging? ... (1 replies)
... that i managed to stop my bulimia on my own!! so it's possible, it really is!! ... (5 replies)
... ntil my husband threw it out. All day everyday I think about what I want to eat. My clothes barely fit anymore, all fall off of me and I feel even dumpier then I did when I was teetering on the line of being overweight. ... (4 replies)
... How dare she go into my room! That was how I felt. She claimed the cat had gotten the door open and hidden somewhere in there, so she had to find him. I never did buy that excuse. Anyhow, let me tell you what bullemia got me. Of course, it started out as a diet nearly 7 years ago, and that's all it was at first. ... (6 replies)
... How dare she go into my room! That was how I felt. She claimed the cat had gotten the door open and hidden somewhere in there, so she had to find him. I never did buy that excuse. Anyhow, let me tell you what bullemia got me. Of course, it started out as a diet nearly 7 years ago, and that's all it was at first. ... (7 replies)
... back, however, he didnt. i think he was more frightened than I was, surely he felt there was somthing wrong with me. I will always love him for the very thing he did for me. I started searching, wanted to know more what to do to start accept myself, to feel a valuable person. I've read a lot of articles and books. ... (25 replies)
... Because that is what "night eating disorder" really is, when people are just eating uncontrollably and are mostly unaware of what they are doing. You are just eating late at night, right? ... (6 replies)


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