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I want more children someday. But I am afraid. I worry about my body changing like it did with my daughter. Its hard trying to get my body back to normal and getting my hair to grow back. I don't want my fears to get in the way of wanting a family. How do you cope? I need to talk to someone who understands. I need support. Any advice I would appreciate it. I'm so afraid. Thank you!
Inherownwords Inherownwords 31-35, F 5 Answers Dec 16, 2013 in Health

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I don't have an answer for you, but I do have a prayer, coming your way. :-)

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Thank you!

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Be a mother first and the rest will follow

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Thank you! Being a mother is the easy part. I was expecting to come out differently. But instead, my body did the exact opposite.

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being a mother is not that easy , most are nurses not mothers, to be a mother is a great responsibility.

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I mean compared to having an eating disorder. But thank you :)

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Choose your priorities.

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I want more children. But I worry about my eating disorder getting in the way. I guess what I'm trying to say is, I don't want to have any regrets and my dream of wanting a family not come true.

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Eating disorders should go when you decide to enjoy life, trust your body, don't treat it as if it was sick, it's your way of thinking and your fear of changing that are not right.

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You just need to put the Childs healthy first and then you will be able to be healthy for her and after you can go back to your habits as long as it doesn't hurt your child..

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I do and I have. But I also want a life where I don't have to think about this eating disorder anymore. I don't want it taking over my life.

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Then you need to go get treatment

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I don't need treatment. I'm a healthy weight and coping with my eating disorder fine. I'm beyond healthy.

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Then there's nothing let to do it never really goes away... There are bad days and good days

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The thing is, I've been in recovery. Doing very well. After I stopped breastfeeding my daughter, I experienced weight loss and hair loss. I'm afraid of that happening again. I don't want my fears to stand in the way of me being a mother and having a family someday.

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Okay idk how to help you...

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