[I promise this isn't an April Fool's post!]
Weight: 246 pre-pregnancy, 256 currently (18 weeks pregnant), 262 highest non-pregnant weight.
BMI: 34.3 pre-pregnancy
ED: No "active" ED at this point, but a long past history of Binge Eating Disorder.
Diagnosed/Self-diagnosed?: Self-diagnosed - as in, while reading something online about EDs because I have a cousin who was treated for anorexia, I saw the BED criteria, gave it a LOT of thought, and realized "Yes, I do that. That's me!" while feeling shamed and relieved all at the same time.
[EDIT to add criteria]:
 Do you eat more food in a binge than most people would eat in the same amount of time? Yes (see rant below for example).
 Do you lose control during the binge episode? Yes, it feels that way.
 You don't compensate (purge/lax/fast) for these binges? I very rarely compensate by exercise, but the vast majority of binges go uncompensated.
 Have you been binging at least twice a week for six months? It's slowed/stopped since last fall, but before that I was binging at least 3-4 times a week (and often every day) for the past 3 years.
My biggest pet peeve about ED communities: "OMG I had such a horrible binge !!!!1111oneoneone! I can't believe I ATE A WHOLE BANANA!" That probably irritates me about as much as the wanarexics of my size irritate those who are actually anorexic. A banana is NOT a binge. Three bananas, a large dish of ice cream, and maybe throw in half a bag of pretzels for good measure - that's more like a binge.
How I found my way here: interest search for "binge eating disorder".
Questions/comments/concerns: Oddly enough, finding out that what I was doing could be defined as an eating disorder helped me stop doing it. The trouble is, I made the most progress with this "self-recovery" (if you want to call it that) in the three months or so before finding out that I was pregnant. Now I *have* to eat what has come to seem like way too much food, get used to weight gain being a positive thing rather than the bane of my existence, et cetera.