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Around the age of six I started counting calories and calling myself fat. The previous year and a half I would starve myself and weigh myself atleast 5 times a day. I started binging. What kind of eating disorder was this? It got to the point i was constipated ans backed up pretty far. Right around the time my eating disorder got out of hand I started fainting, & blacking out. Well my current boyfriend since last sum
mer has been helping greatly with the hole or deal so I've been eating & what not. Just doing great with the whole thing. But I'm still fainting. Can that have a life time effect on me? ( the eating disorder) I don't know why I'm blacking out & what not honestly I've been doing phenomenal with the whole ordeal. Help?
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