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Bulimia nervosa - Diagnosis and treatment


If your primary care provider suspects you have bulimia, he or she will typically:

  • Talk to you about your eating habits, weight-loss methods and physical symptoms
  • Do a physical exam
  • Request blood and urine tests
  • Request a test that can identify problems with your heart (electrocardiogram)
  • Perform a psychological evaluation, including a discussion of your attitude toward your body and weight
  • Use the criteria for bulimia listed in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5), published by the American Psychiatric Association

Your primary care provider may also request additional tests to help pinpoint a diagnosis, rule out medical causes for weight changes and check for any related complications.

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  • Electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG)
  • Urinalysis
  • X-ray


When you have bulimia, you may need several types of treatment, although combining psychotherapy with antidepressants may be the most effective for overcoming the disorder.

Treatment generally involves a team approach that includes you, your family, your primary care provider, a mental health professional and a dietitian experienced in treating eating disorders. You may have a case manager to coordinate your care.

Here's a look at bulimia treatment options and considerations.


Psychotherapy, also known as talk therapy or psychological counseling, involves discussing your bulimia and related issues with a mental health professional. Evidence indicates that these types of psychotherapy help improve symptoms of bulimia:

  • Cognitive behavioral therapy to help you normalize your eating patterns and identify unhealthy, negative beliefs and behaviors and replace them with healthy, positive ones
  • Family-based treatment to help parents intervene to stop their teenager's unhealthy eating behaviors, to help the teen regain control over his or her eating, and to help the family deal with problems that bulimia can have on the teen's development and the family
  • Interpersonal psychotherapy, which addresses difficulties in your close relationships, helping to improve your communication and problem-solving skills

Ask your mental health professional which psychotherapy he or she will use and what evidence exists that shows it's beneficial in treating bulimia.


Antidepressants may help reduce the symptoms of bulimia when used along with psychotherapy. The only antidepressant specifically approved by the Food and Drug Administration to treat bulimia is fluoxetine (Prozac), a type of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI), which may help even if you're not depressed.

Nutrition education

Dietitians can design an eating plan to help you achieve healthy eating habits to avoid hunger and cravings and to provide good nutrition. Eating regularly and not restricting your food intake is important in overcoming bulimia.


Bulimia can usually be treated outside of the hospital. But if symptoms are severe, with serious health complications, you may need treatment in a hospital. Some eating disorder programs may offer day treatment rather than inpatient hospitalization.

Treatment challenges in bulimia

Although most people with bulimia do recover, some find that symptoms don't go away entirely. Periods of bingeing and purging may come and go through the years, depending on your life circumstances, such as recurrence during times of high stress.

If you find yourself back in the binge-purge cycle, follow-up sessions with your primary care provider, dietitian and/or mental health professional may help you weather the crisis before your eating disorder spirals out of control again. Learning positive ways to cope, creating healthy relationships and managing stress can help prevent a relapse.

If you've had an eating disorder in the past and you notice your symptoms returning, seek help from your medical team immediately.

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  • Family therapy
  • Psychotherapy

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Lifestyle and home remedies

In addition to professional treatment, follow these self-care tips:

  • Stick to your treatment plan. Don't skip therapy sessions and try not to stray from meal plans, even if they make you uncomfortable.
  • Learn about bulimia. Education about your condition can empower you and motivate you to stick to your treatment plan.
  • Get the right nutrition. If you aren't eating well or you're frequently purging, it's likely your body isn't getting all of the nutrients it needs. Talk to your primary care provider or dietitian about appropriate vitamin and mineral supplements. However, getting most of your vitamins and minerals from food is typically recommended.
  • Stay in touch. Don't isolate yourself from caring family members and friends who want to see you get healthy. Understand that they have your best interests at heart and that nurturing, caring relationships are healthy for you.
  • Be kind to yourself. Resist urges to weigh yourself or check yourself in the mirror frequently. These may do nothing but fuel your drive to maintain unhealthy habits.
  • Be cautious with exercise. Talk to your primary care provider about what kind of physical activity, if any, is appropriate for you, especially if you exercise excessively to burn off post-binge calories.

Alternative medicine

Dietary supplements and herbal products designed to suppress the appetite or aid in weight loss may be abused by people with eating disorders. Weight-loss supplements or herbs can have serious side effects and dangerously interact with other medications.

Weight-loss and other dietary supplements don't need approval by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to go on the market. And natural doesn't always mean safe. If you choose to use dietary supplements or herbs, discuss the potential risks with your primary care provider.

Coping and support

You may find it difficult to cope with bulimia when you're hit with mixed messages by the media, culture, coaches, family, and maybe your own friends or peers. So how do you cope with a disease that can be deadly when you're also getting messages that being thin is a sign of success?

  • Remind yourself what a healthy weight is for your body.
  • Resist the urge to diet or skip meals, which can trigger binge eating.
  • Don't visit websites that advocate or glorify eating disorders.
  • Identify troublesome situations that trigger thoughts or behaviors that may contribute to your bulimia, and develop a plan to deal with them.
  • Have a plan in place to cope with the emotional distress of setbacks.
  • Look for positive role models who can help boost your self-esteem.
  • Find pleasurable activities and hobbies that can help distract you from thoughts about bingeing and purging.
  • Build up your self-esteem by forgiving yourself, focusing on the positive, and giving yourself credit and encouragement.

Get support

If you have bulimia, you and your family may find support groups helpful for encouragement, hope and advice on coping. Group members can truly understand what you're going through because they've been there. Ask your doctor if he or she knows of a group in your area.

Coping advice for parents

If you're the parent of someone with bulimia, you may blame yourself for your child's eating disorder. But eating disorders have many causes, and parenting style is not considered a cause. It's best to focus on how you can help your child now.

Here are some suggestions:

  • Ask your child what you can do to help. For example, ask if your teenager would like you to plan family activities after meals to reduce the temptation to purge.
  • Listen. Allow your child to express feelings.
  • Schedule regular family mealtimes. Eating at routine times is important to help reduce binge eating.
  • Let your teenager know any concerns you have. But do this without placing blame.

Remember that eating disorders affect the whole family, and you need to take care of yourself, too. If you feel that you aren't coping well with your teen's bulimia, you might benefit from professional counseling. Or ask your child's primary care provider about support groups for parents of children with eating disorders.

Preparing for your appointment

Here's some information to help you get ready for your appointment, and what to expect from your health care team. Ask a family member or friend to go with you, if possible, to help you remember key points and give a fuller picture of the situation.

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Before your appointment, make a list of:

  • Your symptoms, even those that may seem unrelated to the reason for your appointment
  • Key personal information, including any major stresses or recent life changes
  • All medications, vitamins, herbal products, over-the-counter medications or other supplements you're taking, and their dosages
  • Questions to ask your doctor, so you can make the most of your time together

Some questions to ask your primary care provider or mental health professional include:

  • What kinds of tests do I need? Do these tests require any special preparation?
  • What treatments are available, and which do you recommend?
  • Is there a generic alternative to the medicine you're prescribing for me?
  • How will treatment affect my weight?
  • Are there any brochures or other printed material I can have? What websites do you recommend?

Don't hesitate to ask other questions during your appointment.

What to expect from your doctor

Your primary care provider or mental health professional will likely ask you a number of questions. He or she may ask:

  • How long have you been worried about your weight?
  • Do you think about food often?
  • Do you ever eat in secret?
  • Have you ever vomited because you were uncomfortably full?
  • Have you ever taken medications for weight loss?
  • Do you exercise? If so, how often?
  • Have you found any other ways to lose weight?
  • Are you having any physical symptoms?
  • Have any of your family members ever had symptoms of an eating disorder, or have any been diagnosed with an eating disorder?

Your primary care provider or mental health professional will ask additional questions based on your responses, symptoms and needs. Preparing and anticipating questions will help you make the most of your appointment time.

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What Is the Treatment for Bulimia?

The primary treatment for bulimia often combines psychotherapy, antidepressants, and nutritional counseling.

It is helpful to find a psychologist or psychiatrist experienced in dealing with eating disorders. The same is true for nutritional counseling, whether the patient sees the family doctor or another health professional.

Clinics that specialize in eating disorders can often provide psychiatrists, psychotherapists, and nutritionists. All therapists involved should work in close cooperation with one another.

Psychotherapy and Bulimia

Psychological treatments for bulimia may involve individual, family, or group psychotherapy. Behavior or cognitive therapies are often prescribed, as well. Behavior therapy focuses on altering habits (such as bingeing and purging). Sessions are usually devoted to analyzing the behavior and devising ways to change it, and the patient follows specific instructions between sessions.

Cognitive therapy focuses on exploring and countering the negative thoughts that underlie destructive habits. Individual or group psychotherapy focuses on the underlying emotional experiences and relationships that have contributed to the bulimia.

Medications for Bulimia

Antidepressants, such as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) -- including Celexa, Lexapro, Prozac, and Zoloft -- in combination with psychological therapies, are now a mainstay in bulimia therapy. The antidepressant Wellbutrin, popular in part because of its especially low risk for causing weight gain, is usually avoided because it can increase the risk for seizures in patients with electrolyte abnormalities from vomiting.

Alternative Choices for Bulimia

Most alternative therapies for bulimia do not address the root causes of the disorder, but they can be helpful in relieving some of the physical distress resulting from it. If you want to include this type of treatment in your recovery, it is important to consult practitioners who are experienced in dealing with eating disorders. And be sure to tell your doctors and therapists about any complementary therapy you receive, such as acupuncture or biofeedback.

Bulimia and Mind/Body Medicine

Body exercises such as yoga, tai chi, qigong, and dance can help bulimics with their problems of body image. Reprogramming mental processes to gain control over the binge-and-purge cycles is another approach. Either hypnotherapy or EEG biofeedback may help. If you seek help here, be sure to ask hypnotherapists or biofeedback practitioners about their experience in treating eating disorders. And again, tell your doctor and other therapists about the care you get.

Nutrition and Diet's Role in Bulimia Treatment

A nutrient-dense, sugar-free diet may help reduce binge eating. Also, eliminate alcohol, caffeine, flavor enhancers, most salt, and cigarettes. Eat a balanced diet, supplemented daily with vitamin C (1,000 milligrams), vitamin B complex (50 milligrams), and a multivitamin/multimineral supplement.

Remember that treatment probably will include some retraining on how you think about food, eating, and your body. Treatment may be needed over a long period to try to win control over the binge-purge habits.

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What is bulimia nervosa? This is a fairly widespread mental illness today. The deviation is characterized by periodic episodes of overeating. At first, a person consumes a fairly large amount of high-calorie food, but after gluttony he feels guilty for what he has done and hurries to get rid of food by inducing vomiting. Regular forced cleansing of the gastrointestinal tract will certainly affect not only the mental, but also the physical health of a person. Bulimia, like any other disease, requires treatment. To suppress irresistible bouts of hunger and gluttony, as well as to replenish the balance of vitamins and trace elements in the patient's body, pills for bulimia and overeating are used. nine0003

Principles of treatment for bulimia

People suffering from this rather severe disease need both medical treatment with drugs for bulimia and psychological help. The disease develops in three directions: physiological, emotional and behavioral. That is why there are three directions in the complex treatment of the disease.

  • First of all, it is important to identify the causes of its occurrence and exclude the psychological component of the disease. To do this, psychologists conduct individual sessions with the patient. Their goal: to teach a person self-control, as well as cope with stress without overeating. The doctor helps to form a person's positive attitude towards himself and his appearance, to accept himself, to strengthen the motivation for recovery. nine0012
  • The second point is the observance of a certain diet. The patient must carefully monitor what and how much he eats. Eating behavior should be monitored by a nutritionist. The menu of a recovering person should contain the optimal amount of proteins, fats and carbohydrates. A balanced diet is the foundation of everyone's health.
  • Treatment of bulimia nervosa with drugs. Medicines for bulimia are prescribed by a doctor only after an examination and examination. Medicines for bulimia and compulsive overeating are prescribed by a psychologist, as well as other specialists in case of health deviations based on diagnostics, indications and contraindications. With bulimia, appetite suppressants are used already at the initial stage of therapy, this helps to achieve recovery faster, help the person in the recovery process and eliminate the undesirable consequences of the disease. nine0012

Drug treatment of bulimia

Let's take a closer look at how drug therapy should be carried out in the presence of this disease. Most often, treatment is carried out on an outpatient basis, which means that the patient visits doctors and the necessary classes on his own, comes to the clinic at a convenient time for him. Or get all the help you need at home. In severe cases, hospitalization is required. For example, if the patient has suicidal tendencies, depressive disorders and other mental disorders. In addition, stationary conditions are necessary for people with severe concomitant diseases of the internal organs. Drugs for bulimia nervosa in most cases are potent, so they are not sold in pharmacies without a doctor's prescription. nine0003

Over-the-counter drugs for bulimia are vitamins, minerals, dietary supplements, and other substances that are used to reduce appetite. However, self-medication with overeating is not worth it. This will not only be ineffective, but also very dangerous, since patients have emotional abnormalities, as well as somatic consequences such as pain in the stomach and intestines, spasms, convulsions, and edema. It is worth entrusting your health to doctors, and not letting the disease take its course. It tends to progress, so treatment should be started as soon as possible. nine0003

Psychotherapists and psychiatrists are involved in the treatment, they prescribe drug therapy and select an individual treatment regimen, taking into account the severity of the disease and taking into account seizures. However, quite often patients decide to give preference to self-treatment, which is not only ineffective, but also poses a threat to health and life. Next, consider what drugs are used to eliminate this disease.

Antidepressants without a doctor's prescription

In Russia, effective potent antidepressants cannot be bought in pharmacies, drugs without prescriptions are illegal to sell. They are used today to treat eating disorders as part of a comprehensive recovery program. However, affordable light antidepressants can be bought at a pharmacy without prescriptions. OTC antidepressants are vitamin-mineral complexes and dietary supplements (anti-anxiety). nine0003

Among them:

  • Novopassit (herbal medicine containing valerian, St. John's wort, lemon balm) eliminates anxiety, has a sedative effect;
  • Neurofulol (contains vitamins and an amino acid that is involved in the synthesis of brain neurotransmitters, for example, serotonin, which improves a person's mood) eliminates anxiety, insomnia, depression;
  • Glycine (nootropic) normalizes blood circulation in the brain, eliminates emotional stress, stimulates the central nervous system. nine0012

Psychotropic drugs

More than 50% of drugs used to treat bulimia are drugs containing psychotropic substances. The list of pills for bulimia is quite wide, today antidepressants, sedatives and anti-anxiety drugs are used to a greater extent. Regular intake of psychotropic drugs is necessary to restore the psycho-emotional state of the patient, as well as his biorhythms, diet and sleep.

Psychotropic drugs are sold by prescription only. Medications and their doses are prescribed by a specialist individually, depending on the indicators of the state of health, age, duration of illness, frequency of attacks of uncontrolled food intake. It is impossible to buy psychotropic drugs without prescriptions, as they become the object of attention of drug addicts. Among drug addicts, pills for bulimia nervosa are in high demand. A specialist can prescribe from one to five drugs at a time. nine0003

The most common remedy for bulimia is tranquilizers. As you know, with irrational use and non-compliance with a doctor's prescription, medicines cause drug dependence. That is why they are not only not sold without a prescription, but are also taken under the strict supervision of a specialist, in no case should you increase the dosage, as well as prolong the course of treatment yourself, otherwise it can develop into a dangerous and intractable addiction.

Phenazepam is one of the most popular drugs used today for bulimic disorders. It is he who is today a widespread pharmacy drug from the benzodiazepine group. In the fight against the disease, tranquilizers are often prescribed together with antidepressants such as Fluoxetine, the irrational use of which can also lead to the development of drug addiction. nine0003

Dependence on pharmacy drugs is treated quite difficult, so do not neglect the instructions for the use of a particular drug and the prescription of the doctor who prescribed it. The duration of taking drugs for bulimia is individual, as a rule, it is about a month.

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Appetite and hunger suppressants

Appetite correctors and overeating pills will help a person form new eating habits and learn to control the quantity and quality of food consumed. The remedy for overeating will help you learn self-control and develop the willpower necessary for complete recovery. nine0003

Pills for bulimia and overeating have the strongest effect and help patients at the first stage of complex treatment, when psychotherapy has not yet had time to fully work, and the desire for a cure is not yet completely stable. Tablets from compulsive overeating are referred to as appetite correctors, which cannot be bought at a pharmacy without a prescription. Among them are the previously mentioned Fluoxetine, as well as Reduxin, Ricin, Sibutramine and many other drugs.

OTC appetite correctors

Among the main tasks in the treatment of bulimia nervosa is the elimination of pathological food cravings and overeating. In addition to dietary supplements, appetite suppressants are used. Along with drugs that cannot be bought without a doctor's prescription, there are also relatively safe ones that do not cause drug dependence, addiction and unwanted side effects in the form of pharmacy addiction. It is important to understand that the intake of these medications should also be monitored by a doctor. Self-medication can lead to sad consequences. nine0003

If a person feels hungry less often, the risks of breakdowns and overeating are minimized. Strong drugs are prescribed by the attending physician, but there is a whole list of over-the-counter bulimia pills.

  • Turboslim is a fairly common dietary supplement in our country, positioned as diet pills. It has a herbal composition, helps to speed up metabolic processes in the body, reduce hunger and cleanse the body of toxins.
  • Cotton fiber (microcrystalline cellulose) swells after use and creates a feeling of fullness, removes toxins. nine0012
  • Reduxin light. Linoleic acid in the composition of this dietary supplement affects the production of enzymes responsible for the metabolism of fats. This helps the body get rid of subcutaneous fat and significantly reduce the need for food.
  • Garcinia forte is a plant-based medicine that contains the necessary vitamins, accelerates the process of fat burning, reduces appetite;
  • Orlistat prevents the absorption of fats from the gastrointestinal tract, promotes rapid weight loss. nine0012
  • Porziola contains an active substance that turns into a gel when it enters the stomach, which helps to reduce appetite and eliminate the feeling of hunger. Saturation sets in quickly, which prevents overeating.

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Dangerous drugs

On the Internet and social networks you can find hundreds and thousands of tips in which people are offered to try various diet pills. Numerous forums describe miraculous drugs that not only reduce appetite, but also contribute to weight loss and body cleansing in the shortest possible time. Do you believe in such promises? Will those methods of dealing with bulimia and overweight be effective, or is it a waste of money. nine0003

It is worth remembering that the therapy of a psychophysical illness should be complex and prescribed by a doctor. The sites advise the use of diuretics and laxatives (tablets, teas, capsules), as well as psychoactive drugs that are difficult to buy in pharmacies without a prescription. Yes, it is possible for a person to lose a few kilograms, but this will not help in eliminating the disease and will cause a whole list of severe side effects, including involuntary vomiting, atony of the intestinal tract, kidney failure, and digestive problems. nine0003

Do not think that advertised popular remedies will help you get rid of the disease overnight. Tea for weight loss alone cannot be done here, drugs are also needed to normalize the psycho-emotional state, work with a psychologist, eliminate the root causes of overeating and gradually eliminate them, along with the use of medications. With irrational medication, self-medication can lead to death or overdose.

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Anorexia and pills for bulimia without a prescription

Today, anorexia among girls is almost the norm, there are quite a few groups where girls strive for extreme weight loss, completely without thinking about the consequences. Often there is such a daily diet: a cigarette, coffee and an apple. On such a diet, the body will not live for a long time, even after a long rehabilitation, anorexia leaves negative health consequences for the rest of your life. These are problems with the stomach and intestines, metabolism, kidneys and liver, as well as mental disorders that require long-term treatment. nine0003

Quite often among anorexics you can find advice on drug treatment with drugs that are completely not intended for this. In our country, in recent years, the number of cases of drug abuse, as well as the emergence of drug addiction, has increased significantly. Often, girls use amphetamines to lose weight. This anorexigenic drug is a common drug. Not all people who got addicted knew that they were using not a medicine, but a drug. However, even knowing this fact does not stop them. They see the effect and can no longer stop. If your loved one is addicted to drugs or is abusing drugs, you need to call a drug treatment clinic urgently. The Center for Healthy Youth operates not only in Moscow, but throughout Russia. We help drug addicts to get rid of bad habits and overcome the disease. Complex therapy includes not only taking medications, but also the psychotherapy necessary in this case. nine0003

Among the pills that girls use for bulimia without prescriptions are:

  • Furosemide. It is a fast-acting diuretic drug. It is prescribed to patients with increased pressure and swelling. With irrational and inappropriate use, it can lead to fainting, heart rhythm disturbance, convulsions.
  • Fluoxetine. This is a drug that cannot be legally purchased at a pharmacy without a prescription, but unscrupulous sellers sell it illegally on the Internet and social networks. Yes, this antidepressant eliminates the feeling of hunger, but leads to other undesirable consequences: nervousness, irritability, anxiety, depressive tendencies and suicidal thoughts. This is a very dangerous drug that should be treated with the utmost care. nine0012
  • Bisacodyl. This medication is prescribed for chronic constipation and during the preparatory period before surgical interventions. Regular uncontrolled intake of laxatives causes the development of intestinal atony, muscle rigidity, pressure drop and dehydration.


To restore a weakened body after an illness, it needs to take vitamin and mineral complexes. During the recovery period, a balanced diet is important, since during an illness people eat everything, harmful and high-calorie foods: pizza, hamburgers, sandwiches, sweets, buns, sweets, etc. Such food helps to quickly get enough and reduces discomfort during the forced cleansing of the stomach and intestines. nine0003

People with bulimia most often develop a deficiency of vitamins A, B, C, K, D, PP and C. Regular provocations of vomiting and diarrhea lead to a violation of the water-salt balance of the body and dehydration. The leaching of elements such as magnesium, potassium and calcium leads to spasms, convulsions, and heart rhythm. To replenish the reserves of nutrients in the body and speed up its recovery, patients take vitamins and minerals, and ionic solutions are also injected intramuscularly. nine0003


What conclusion can be drawn? Medicines used for bulimia are drugs aimed at reducing patients' appetite, restoring a normal psycho-emotional state, as well as eliminating the deficiency of vitamins and minerals in the body. To get rid of nervousness and increased anxiety during rehabilitation, patients are prescribed antidepressants and anti-anxiety drugs, and appetite correctors are prescribed to eliminate hunger.

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F50.2 - Bulimia nervosa - list of drugs of the nosological group in the ICD-10 reference book

Included in the group: F50- Eating disorders

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ALSI Pharma JSC (Russia)

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Laboratorios BAGO (Argentina)

Umorap nine0158

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Laboratorios BAGO (Argentina)


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Caps. 10 mg: 20, 30 or 50 pcs.

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BIOCOM (Russia)

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APOTEX (Canada)


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LEK d.d. (Slovenia)

Prodep nine0158

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