Quoting DannyPete&MaggieKate's Ma:" I have Bipolar 2 also I went to therapy for that like twice but its so expensive! DH insurance starts ... [snip!] ... left for the day). I wasnt absolutely sure I had an eating disorder until I read one of the symptoms is loss of sexual desire!"
I have been through the same exact thing, you are definitely not alone. When I was 14, I started out what I thought was a "healthy lifestyle change," but quickly turned into an eating disorder. I started by eating healthy and working out 2-3 days a week and became addicted to exercise and eating super healthy/very little.
Over a short period of time my obsession progressed very quickly and I was doing 1-2 hrs of cardio daily and eating VERY little. I got down to about 88 lbs and was hospitalized when I kept fainting. My mom brought me to the dr who diagnosed me with anorexia. Well, after depriving myself for so long, I binge ate one day and told myself I would allow myself to have a cheat day once a week, but after starving my body for so long those binges became more frequent and also ended up happening daily...like literally eat until I wanted to puke, and eventually I did start making myself puke.
I packed on about 40-50 lbs in just 3-4 months and was so depressed but could not stop binging so I would make myself throw up afterwards. Throwing up became like a "high" to me and I fought bulimia for about 5 years after that (I still do fight those demons, it's something that is with you for the rest of your life but you can learn to cope in healthier ways. It is just like a drug/alcohol addiction, you can get sober and be in recovery but you will always be in addict/alcoholic and will always fight those demons; you just learn about your disease and take the appropriate steps to recovery). I know my story might seem a bit dramatic but I would never want to see any one go through what I went through, so if you think you need help please do seek help! If you ever need any one to talk to I'm here