Despite Myth, Anorexics Do Become Pregnant

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By Kristi Eaton
WeNews correspondent
Tuesday, February 1, 2011

When women suffering anorexia stop having their menstrual periods many think they no longer have to worry about birth control. But the recent discovery of a higher rate of unplanned pregnancies among women with the disorder turns that thinking on its head.

Anorexia, Bulimia and OTHER Eating Disorders

Space Age Natural Beauty and Health Care Center Bombay, India Today there is a tremendous pressure by the media and the Society on the younger generation to “look right”.   A whole new concept of “Figure Consciousness” has emerged due to the TV, Newspapers and Magazines which cater to the “Lens Culture”.   It is Continue Reading …

Bulimia and Anorexia Disorders

ResourceVine.com Posted on 21 August 2008 by Natasha Lowe Eating disorders are most common among teenage girls, yet can also affect young adult women as well as teenage boys. These disorders are not always easy to identify because the patient or family may not admit to there being a problem. Eating disorders are usually classified Continue Reading …