Saloua Koubaa

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OBJECTIVE To study early adaptation to motherhood in mothers with eating disorders (ED) before pregnancy. METHOD Forty-four nulliparous nonsmoking women with ED before pregnancy (24 anorexia nervosa, 20 bulimia nervosa) and 67 controls were recruited from the same prenatal clinics. Three months after delivery, the women completed the maternal adjustment(More)
OBJECTIVE To characterise early growth and neurocognitive development in children of mothers with a history of eating disorders (ED). DESIGN A longitudinal cohort study. SETTING Child-care centres in Stockholm, Sweden. POPULATION Children born to mothers with previous ED (n = 47) (24 anorexia nervosa, 20 bulimia nervosa, 3 unspecified ED), and(More)
OBJECTIVE This study was initiated to examine pregnancy and neonatal outcomes in women with past or current eating disorders as compared with a control group. METHODS Forty-nine nulliparous nonsmoking women previously diagnosed with eating disorders (24 anorexia nervosa, 20 bulimia nervosa, 5 eating disorders not otherwise specified) and 68 controls were(More)
BACKGROUND Eating disorders during pregnancy can affect fetal growth and the child's early development, but the underlying mechanisms have not been elucidated. The aim of the present study was to investigate serum biomarkers of nutrition and stress in pregnant women with previous eating disorders compared to controls and in relation to head circumference(More)
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