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    momagain2011 posted:
    Can I suffer from bulimia and anorexia?
    annalovesu responded:
    Yes, I've had both for 3 years. I eat normal amounts make myself throw up, stop eating all together then the cycle starts all over again.
    diytestkitsdotcom replied to annalovesu's response:
    Hi annalovesu,

    It must have been really difficult to live with two eating disorders. One of them is already hard to overcome, to know that you have two can only be overwhelming. I hope you had a support system who held you up.

    What have you done to be able to get past it? For you to have survived it is remarkable. I hope you are getting better now. Maybe someday you can help those who are going through the same experience to overcome this monster that have you in its grips. Best regards!
    stellagonzalez responded:
    When someone is struggling with bulimia, life becomes a battle between the desire to lose weight or stay thin. Immediately consult your physician.

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