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Women With Eating Disorders Less Likely To Conceive, Half As Likely To Welcome Pregnancy

Women trying to become pregnant with a history of anorexia or bulimia were much more likely to wait 6 months or longer to conceive than those not suffering from these diseases, and those women were also more likely to have used treatment to achieve pregnancy. But of the 171 women who said they had anorexia …

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