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Treatments for Bulimia nervosa

Treatment List for Bulimia nervosa

The list of treatments mentioned in various sources for Bulimia nervosa includes the following list. Always seek professional medical advice about any treatment or change in treatment plans.

Bulimia nervosa: Is the Diagnosis Correct?

The first step in getting correct treatment is to get a correct diagnosis. Differential diagnosis list for Bulimia nervosa may include:

Hidden causes of Bulimia nervosa may be incorrectly diagnosed:

Bulimia nervosa: Research Doctors & Specialists

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Drugs and Medications used to treat Bulimia nervosa:

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Some of the different medications used in the treatment of Bulimia nervosa include:

  • Fluoxetine
  • Alti-Fluoxetine
  • Apo-Fluoxetine
  • Gen-Fluoxetine
  • Med-Fluoxetine
  • Prozac
  • Prozac Weekly
  • Sarafem

Unlabeled Drugs and Medications to treat Bulimia nervosa:

Unlabelled alternative drug treatments for Bulimia nervosa include:

  • Flutamide
  • Apo-Flutamide
  • Euflex
  • Eulexin
  • Flutamex
  • Fluvoxamine
  • Apo-Fluvoxamine
  • Gen-Fluvoxamine
  • Luvox
  • Novo-Fluvoxamine
  • PMS-Fluvoxamine
  • Riva-Fluvoxamine
  • Imipramine
  • Antipress
  • Apo-Imipramine
  • Impril
  • Imprin
  • Janimine
  • Novo-Pramine
  • PMS Imipramine
  • Presamoine
  • SK-Pramine
  • Tipramine
  • Tofranil
  • Tofranil-PM
  • W.D.D
  • Maprotiline
  • Novo-Mapritiline
  • Ludiomil

Latest treatments for Bulimia nervosa:

The following are some of the latest treatments for Bulimia nervosa:

Hospitals & Medical Clinics: Bulimia nervosa

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Medical news summaries about treatments for Bulimia nervosa:

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Bulimia Nervosa: NWHIC (Excerpt)

The treatment of bulimia should address both physical and psychological needs of the person. The ultimate outcome of treatment is to restore physical health and normal eating patterns. Many times treatment is undertaken by a team of medical, nutritional, and mental health professionals to evaluate the severity and meaning of the symptoms and to both prescribe and provide care. It is essential that team members communicate regularly about the patient and clarify their roles in treatment on an ongoing basis, to the patient and the family, as well as to each other. (Source: excerpt from Bulimia Nervosa: NWHIC)

Eating Disorders Facts About Eating Disorders and the Search for Solutions: NIMH (Excerpt)

The primary goal of treatment for bulimia is to reduce or eliminate binge eating and purging behavior. To this end, nutritional rehabilitation, psychosocial intervention, and medication management strategies are often employed. Establishment of a pattern of regular, non-binge meals, improvement of attitudes related to the eating disorder, encouragement of healthy but not excessive exercise, and resolution of co-occurring conditions such as mood or anxiety disorders are among the specific aims of these strategies. Individual psychotherapy (especially cognitive-behavioral or interpersonal psychotherapy), group psychotherapy that uses a cognitive-behavioral approach, and family or marital therapy have been reported to be effective. Psychotropic medications, primarily antidepressants such as the selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), have been found helpful for people with bulimia, particularly those with significant symptoms of depression or anxiety, or those who have not responded adequately to psychosocial treatment alone. These medications also may help prevent relapse. The treatment goals and strategies for binge-eating disorder are similar to those for bulimia, and studies are currently evaluating the effectiveness of various interventions. (Source: excerpt from Eating Disorders Facts About Eating Disorders and the Search for Solutions: NIMH)

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