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Get Treated for Eating Disorders Before Trying to Get Pregnant

eating-disorders-fertility-585Women who are ready to try to get pregnant often try to start getting healthier and limit unhealthy behaviors like smoking. Eating right, exercising and taking prenatal vitamins are often at the top of the pre-pregnancy to-do list. But now experts say some women should add one more item to the agenda: Getting help for untreated eating disorders.

Eating disorders can interfere with your body’s cycle and make it harder to get pregnant, so it’s important to get treated for eating disorders not just for yourself and your health, but for your future kiddos as well.

Read on for three things you should know about eating disorders and fertility.Erin


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