Anorexia Nervosa, a mental illness characterised by extreme calorie restriction, excessive exercise and an intense fear of gaining weight, presents itself during pregnancy as it would outside of it – however, there are some additional considerations and risks as the person suffering from the disorder isn’t the only one who is physically and psychologically affected […]
There is currently no specifically tailored treatment for pregnant women with eating disorders, which highlights the importance of multi-disciplinary input from their midwives and doctors. It is crucial that healthcare professionals are able to spot any signs and symptoms of an eating disorder as the women themselves may feel scared or reluctant to talk about […]
It’s 2009. With no idea just how viral it would go, mother-of-two Maggie Baumann publishes an essay and an old family photo on Momlogic. This personal blog post is not just about being pregnant, and it’s not just about having an eating disorder – it’s about both of them, together. The following media exposure paired […]
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