Anorexia and bulimia during pregnancy can lead to fatal consequences for both mother and baby.
It is quite natural desire of every pregnant woman to ensure the best conditions for your baby. So during pregnancy is easier to deal with eating disorders – due diligence to give your baby all the necessary substances for its development. Understanding that anorexia and bulimia can lead to complications, is a strong motive to solve the problem. Eating disorders can lead to miscarriage and gestational diabetes.
If during pregnancy have lower IMT, it may give birth to premature baby as it becomes more likely if you smoke. Premature babies need specialized care, caution, since they are very vulnerable.
How anorexia and bulimiacan affect the pregnancy?
During pregnancy, weight gain is normal, yet many women worry about it. If you suffer from eating disorder, even thought of the extra weight and obesity can lead to fear or even panic. On average, during pregnancy, each woman adds to about 10-12.5 kg weight. Most pregnant women need 2000 calories a day during the last three months of pregnancy – 2200 calories.
Pregnancy always affects attitudes towards food. It is quite possible to reject the use of certain products because of toxicity. May occur and unusual tastes – do not worry if you ever want to eat a particular food.
Eating disorders often disappear after pregnancy, but sometimes after birth situation may be complicated or even worse. We must constantly be in contact with the physician supervising your pregnancy, and to share with him everything about your diet.
Violations in the diet can seriously damage your health. It is therefore necessary to resort to specialized care. The consequences can be particularly dangerous during pregnancy because the needs of the body of the pregnant woman are special. Some possible consequences are:
• skin problems;
• dental problems;
• disorders of the digestive system;
• cardiovascular disorders and even heart attack;