Recovery blog

Our team regularly posts blogs on all aspects of bulimia, sharing our particular insights and inspiring recovery.

In this article we look at how strict and unrealistic admission guidelines mean those who really need more structured bulimia treatment may never receive it.

In this article we discuss why bulimics who are not underweight can still experience amenorrhea (loss of menstrual cycle).

In this article we look at the potential risks and benefits of participating in clinical trials if you suffer from bulimia.

Diabulimia can have devastating consequences such as organ failure, infertility, blindness and even death yet there is no diagnostic criteria for the condition or any treatment guidelines. Are diabetics with bulimia being overlooked?

When we think about bulimia usually we think of two things - bingeing and purging. But what about those bulimics who don't purge at all?






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