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Cost/Benefit of Losing Weight When Not Necessary Anonymous 8610

I was underweight for my entire adolescence, got into a major ana phase as I entered my 20s, and now I'm finally at a healthy bmi (18.5-19). The problem is, at this weight, my clothes are having trouble fitting. I was a size 0 or 00, whatever the smallest size available was, and unfortunately, most of my wardrobe I've accumulated is now having trouble accommodating how I've gained weight in the bottom area of my body. Furthermore, even my size small/xs tops are also having trouble fitting because my bust increased, too. I'm very compelled to lose 10 pounds so I can utilize my full wardrobe because I don't want to spend the money on buying a whole new one; however, that would mean I'm underweight again. Wat do? Does anyone have any advice? I don't want to be ana again, I just want a fit/lean body.

Anonymous 8611

>>8610
Also, I'm quite conflicted regarding tops because I am planning on getting implants in the near future

Anonymous 8612

>>8610
you sure losing weight again wouldn't make you relapse?

Anonymous 8613

By the clothes you need (not a whole new wardrobe) second hand or on the cheap while you're in this in-between state. Don't use clothes /money as an excuse to relapse.

Anonymous 8614

If you lower your bodyfat while maintaining the same weight you will take up less volume and fit in your clothes better.



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