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05 August 2011

Eating disorders affect fertility

Women with the eating disorders anorexia and bulimia may take a bit longer to get pregnant than other women, a new study has found.

Women with the eating disorders anorexia and bulimia may take a bit longer to get pregnant than other women, a new study has found.

Women with anorexia or bulimia were more than twice as likely to have received treatment or help to get pregnant, 6.2 % vs. 2.7%.

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