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Has Anorexia and Bulimia Destroyed my Health Forever?

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I have been ED for 2 years. I was mostly anorexic at first i guess and it evolved into bulimia while I tried to hide it all from my family. Is it to late for my health? If by some miricle I could escape this conditon might my body recover from what I have done to it?


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replied February 20th, 2006
Eating Disorders Answer A342
According to my calculation and your data you are around 71kg (weight) and 180cm (height). According to your age, sex and height and Demole’s formula:

Ideal weight = (height-100)-(height-150)/2,5 + (age-20)/4


your ideal weight should be around 68kg and you are 71kg. My calculations show that your anorexia/bulimia has not damaged your body irrevocably yet. To get help immediatiely, you can talk to a trusted adult who can help you seek medical treatment. There are treatment programs where you can learn about your illness and recover.

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