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What Is The Best Treatment For Repeated Cycles Of Binging And Purging
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Binging and purging is part of a a disorder called Bulimia Nervosa and is characterized by binging food and then vomiting due to worry of weight gain. It is sometimes caused by the desire to compete with the perfect look and is also due to stress.The after affect creates guilt and unhappiness and interferes with the normal activities of life and can ...Read more
Binge eating: Support groups & self-help groups such as eating do anonymous & overeaters anonymous, nutritional counseling with a dietitian, recreational activities, cognitive therapy (behaviors result from our own thoughts, not from outside influences), and medications such as orlistat, cortisol, zinc (discuss these with your doctor). ...Read more
6 months: My practice is to see people monthly on it for the first 3 months, making sure they are going to counseling, aa or the appropriate follow up care. I want my patients to have 6 months of solid recovery (no drinking, feeling better, in treatment) before talking about stopping it - that may be a year or more into their treatment. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What are the different methods of dermabrasion? Is dermabrasion done with more than one kind of method, and how can I determine which is best for me?
Dermabrasion : Dermabrasion utilizes several different techniques some use a wire brush or a diamond wheel with rough edges (called a burr or fraise) to remove the upper layers of the skin. The brush or burr rotates, which takes off and levels skin. This abrades and planes the top layers of the skin. This process "injures" the skin and causes it to bleed. As the wound heals, new skin grows to replace the damaged skin that was removed during dermabrasion. ...Read more
Pump the stomach: Patient is brought to treatment quickly after the overdose, the doctor may choose to “pump” the stomach, either by inducing vomiting with a medication or by giving the patient activated charcoal, which prevents the body from absorbing darvon. Activated charcoal is highly effective, reducing toxic absorption by up to 60%. Activated charcoal absorbs chemicals throughout the gastrointestinal tract. ...Read more
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Could you tell me what is the most successful form of treatment for obsessive-compulsive disorder?
A history & physical: Exam to check: 1) velocity of growth (length, weight, head circumference & wt.-for-length) 2) neurological status & development, using standardized screening tests + autism-specific screens 3) age-appropriate diet of table foods, 16-21 oz./day of milk & milk products/day & juice 0-4 oz./day from an open-mouthed cup 4) antecedents & consequences of the behaviors 5) further studies as indicated. ...Read more
What is sgpt and this test is for what? What is the maximum of a phenobarbital for the age of 1yr and 6months? Why they need an assay and sgpt?
Liver: Sgpt is a measure of enzymes that come from the liver or muscle and this test can detect whether the liver is being injured or not by drugs such as phenobarbital. An assay is justba general term for any type of test. The dose of pheno depends on the weight of a child, not the age, and generally the max dose is around 8mg per kilogram per day. ...Read more
Is starving yourself most of the day and overeating at night to the point of nausea considered a eating disorder? If so which one and how to treat it
Prediabetes: Hi. Prediabetes is defined as a category between normal and diabetes in the fasting glucose, the oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT), and/or the A1c (different criteria for each; most commonly used is the fasting glucose). Prediabetes has a high rate of progressing to diabetes. Treatment is healthy diet & regular exercise for life, and if possible achieve & maintain ideal body weight +/- metformin ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What happens during the course of treatment for my 1year old for primary complex will she gain enough weight on the process?
Yes: Baby should gain weight normally if the treatment is appropriate and he/she is responding well to the treatment, and you are compliant with a treatment. ...Read more
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OCD Treatments: There are two therapeutic approaches to treating obsessive-compulsive disorder. A specific form of cognitive behavioral therapy, where one confronts their anxieties, can provide up to 100% symptom relief. Ocd also responds well to treatment with ssri antidepressants. Fluoxetine, fluvoxamine, sertraline and paroxetine are effective. Combining both treatment options offers best prognosis. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
No One Best Med: There is no single medication that is best to treat the eating disorder known as anorexia. Antidepressants and anti-anxiety medications are often used to treat co-morbid conditions. Anorexia is best treated with a multidisciplinary treatment team including a psychiatrist, a therapist(s), a nutritionist, a physician, in a setting where these healthcare members can work together with the patient. ...Read more
Binging & purging: Stopping eating binges and purges is very difficult to do without help. Your family doctor can get you started. Help for eating disorders is available through psychiatrists, psychologists, other therapists, and special treatment centers devoted to such problems. You are not alone in this. For more info, please see: http://www.Helpguide.Org/mental/bulimia_signs_symptoms_causes_treatment.Htm. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Any: Binging and purging deliberately, meaning not due to illness or side effect is abnormal and dangerous behavior. It is not like having one drink. Exploring the underlying reasons is important. Is it to control anxiety, depression or weight? There are better and safer ways to address these problems. Seek help rather than trying to figuire out what is a safe amount, there is none. ...Read more
Stopping Bing&Purge: We all need help when it comes to an eating disorder. Typically this disorder starts with a 'successful" weight loss; usually by a quite severe restriction in food intake. Then the person feels sucessful, but is unable to maintain such a small food intake, then they start to regain wt and resort to laxatives and vomiting. You need to find a medical professional experienced in eating disorders. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Don't: You may never lose wt doing this as you are still binging. Not only are you unlikely to loose wt you are risking electrolyte imbalances that can result in cardiac arrhythmias and death, your teeth rot from the stomach acid, your checks get like a chimpmunk from swollen salivary glands, stomach acid burns your esophogus causing ulcers and pain. There are better ways, get help. ...Read more
It could: Even one day of binging and purging can cause electrolyte changes that can pose a risk to cardiac function. Also violent vomiting can cause esophageal rupture. Pacreatitis also can happen. However, one day is usually not the case and this sounds like bulimia nervosa. Eating disorders ultimately destroy one's quality of life. Treatment should be sought if these behaviors continue. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why do it alone?: Professional help would make your recovery process much easier, and more likely to keep moving in a positive direction. So, why not avail yourself of this? It's an endless cycle otherwise. You can find plenty of information through the national eating disorders association: http://www.Nationaleatingdisorders.Org/ good luck to you! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Bulimia definition: Binging and purging is part of a a disorder called Bulimia Nervosa and is characterized by binging food and then vomiting due to worry of weight gain. It is sometimes caused by the desire to compete with the perfect look and is also due to stress.The after affect creates guilt and unhappiness and interferes with the normal activities of life and can also cause medical problems ...Read more
Binging & Purging: Binging and purging are hard to stop because they're fueled by inner suffering. And this can come from many areas of your life which are out of balance. You need help to deal with this -- a team of professionals. A primary care doctor, psychiatrist, and psychologist or other therapist. These should be ones who are very experienced with eating disorders. This cannot be managed all by yourself. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Eating disorder: Binging and purging is not a matter of "self-control". It is a serious psychologic disorder (an "eating disorder") that can result in fatal medical complications if you don't get professional help in treating the underlying causes. It is urgent that you find a psychotherapist , psychologist, or a clinic that specializes in eating disorders. Most people can be helped. ...Read more
No: Bulimia involves bingeing and purging (through vomiting, laxatives, exercise or restricting). Anorexia involves restricting (with a subtype of purging), and Binge Eating Disorder is eating large quantities of food at once. These behaviors are only part of the clinical picture, as a person's self-esteem, ways of coping, and attitudes towards relationships and conflicts are part of the diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Seek help: It is not the act of binging and purging that you need to control.There is some underlying reason that you have to try and deal with. This can only be done with help from other people. Talk to someone that you trust about your life and what you feeling and try and unwind the driving agents.Doing this with a professional counselor will accelerate the process.You are damaging your body, seek help. ...Read more
I have been binging and purging for about a month and a half. How long will my menstrual cycle and mood be effected? I am a week free of purging.
Eating disorders: require professional help and careful monitoring. They are life threatening. Please get help and keep working toward healing. Your menstrual cycle is the least of it, but important. Love of self and others is crucial and you can build this up over time. See a specialist, starting w/family doc if you don't have one yet. Be honest w/self and others. You can do it. ...Read more
I have a pain/ache in left side of chest, have only been struggling with restrictive eating, binging and purging since February, should I be concerned?
I am experiencing gastrointestinal disturbances. The following also describe me: Binging and purging, Self Esteem, Binge eating, and Guilt. What should I do?
Binge eating disorde:
This is a common eating disorder seen in teens due to low self-esteem and self injurious behaviors. The diet should be without a lot of milk products, spicy foods.
A psychologist can be really helpful in understanding what is behind the eating disorder and I would seek counseling for further delineation. ...Read more
I am experiencing lightheaded (worsened by: prolonged standing) , sleepiness, sudden flash of lights, balance problems and binging and purging. The following also describe me: Dizziness, Aching muscles, Chills, Generalized weakness, Feeling anxious, Ring
Disordered Eating: Binging and purging can cause all of the symptoms you are describing. Disordered eating is dangerous. The National Eating Disorders Association has a screening tool to help you seek out help https://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/screening-tool . They also have a free confidential helpline 1-800-931-2237. ...Read more
I am experiencing missed or late menstrual period. The following also describe me: No menstrual periods, Irregular menstrual periods, Loss of sex drive, Binging and purging, Binge eating, and Gastrointestinal disturbances. What should I do?
Be checked....: Of course, you need a timely comprehensive evaluation, testing, counseling, care, & follow-up. How? Follow suggestions in articles listed in http://formefirst.com/onDealSickness.html. On general health/self-care. go to http://formefirst.com/onLifeBasics.html. Then you can work better with doctors so to reach right diagnosis for with care you deserve. So, do so since no magic pill can solve it.... ...Read more
What is the best inpatient treatment option (retreat center) for mild food disorder (obsession with food, occasional purging)?
Stanford: You are unlikely to be excepted into an eating disorders program unless you're eating disorder is severe or unless you're willing to pay cash. Stanford university has an excellent eating disorders program. It is close to home, convenient, offers a range of inpatient and outpatient services and would be your best bet. Edresearch.Stanford.Edu/services.Html. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Purging is an action taken usually when someone binge eats and then purges or voluntarily vomits to get rid of the food in order not to gain weight..The use of laxatives is another mode of purging. This is the behavior of someone diagnosed with the eating disorder, Bulimia ...Read more
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