Contributor: Staff at Montecatini Eating Disorder Treatment Center Pregnancy causes a whirlwind of emotions and change. While that can be exciting, it can also make a woman feel like she no [...] Read More
Eating disorders are emotionally, medically, and psychologically complex and become even more so with pregnancy and bulimia. Bulimia Nervosa poses risks for fetal development even before conception, increasing the risk [...] Read More
Contributor: Staff at Montecatini Eating Disorder Treatment Center A woman’s body undergoes a variety of changes during pregnancy, and many of these fluctuations are difficult for women to adjust to. [...] Read More
The risk of cardiovascular disease skyrockets for women who have been hospitalized for bulimia nervosa, a study in JAMA Psychiatry reports. The risk for bulimia and heart disease is greatest [...] Read More
The risks that an eating disorder can present to reproductive health are commonly talked about, which can generate fear with the struggling individual. However, there is hope for fertility in [...] Read More
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