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Bulimia after anorexia and obesity, now I have excessive skin and no hair.....!What would you do?

by Lana Korsh
(Switzerland)

Hi there!
Thank you for sharing your bulimia story here. It really helps to feel less alone. I am now 26 years old and my story of eating disorders began when I was 13. I became anorexic for 4 years then I lost control and I couldn't stop eating so I gained a lot of weight, so much that my BMI jumped from only X to X. I was overweight till the age of 20 and now I have a healthy BMI of X, but am suffering from bulimia since 6 years. My problem is that I have a lot of excessive skin left due to the fast weight loss and the malnutrition during my diet. So I am sure you understand that I feel extremely ugly and worthless, I used to be a beautiful girl and because of this eating disorders I got really ugly. i even had plastic surgeries done, but it somehow made me look even worse. I am still bulimic because I can't stand this skin and I know that I will never have a normal life. My question is, would you try to recover or would you kill yourself? Or just continue with bulimia till this decease kills you? Because you look great and bulimia hasn't had a negative impact on your skin, you had a chance to recover. I guess I am born to suffer forever with an eating disorder. I don't know what to do anymore. I really don't know.

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