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Specify Type Purging Type: self-induced vomiting or the misuse of laxatives, diuretics, or enemas during the current episode Non-purging Type: fasting or excessive exercise
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Partial Bulimia Nervosa (EDNOS) Binge/compensation occurs less than 2 times per week or for a duration of less than 3 months Compensatory behaviors after eating small amounts of food (but normal weight) Hares Dramatic, erratic, novelty-seeking Impulsive Chaotic Volatile moods/reactive Easily bored Extroverted Argumentative/oppositional History of Bulimia Nervosa Roman Vomitorium Ancient Egyptians 1930‘s: Believed to be a symptom of emotional deprivation and poor social adaptation, especially among immigrants 1970s cases begin to be described in medical literature 1976: Boskind-Lodal introduced a feminist formulation of the binge-purge syndrome as a culturally bound syndrome that developed from the restrictive nature of the female gender role stereotypes 1979: Russell given credit History of Bulimia Nervosa
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Warning signs of Bulimia Nervosa Bathroom after meals Mood swings Unexplained disappearance of food
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  • Spring '11
  • shpyrko
  • Current, Bulimia nervosa, partial bulimia nervosa

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