Please help me with some advices because I am really really worried and dont know what to do .
I have been in recovery from bulimia since beginning of 2011 - eating a healthy meal plan from my dietician and going to gym 3 times a week - but since august my period stopped as I maybe started to loose the weight I gained from last years'binges ... and now , this year is really awesome , I love my body thinner and I eat without guilt and so on ... but I am soo afraid of following the treatment to restore my period back because I am afraid of weight gain if I will have menstruation again ... that maybe estrogen will make my appetite increase and I will have fat stored instead of musles ...
I ve been a bulimic since almost 3 years now ... this is the recovery year and I made big progresses , I had a very few episodes until now but I dont know yet how to deal with trigger foods . I eat healthy and enough but still avoid sugars and fats ... and I am really scared of this because sometimes I crave for high sugar foods so much that I just think how cool it would be to go home with a huge cake and binge on it . I am afraid of getting fat - like always - but I also dont wanna go back to ED again . Does anyone know what to do ? How can I manage this ?View Thread
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