Record number :
1744686
Title of article :
Binge eating and menstrual dysfunction
Author/Authors :
إlgars، نويسنده , , Monica and Huang، نويسنده , , Lu and Von Holle، نويسنده , , Ann F. and Peat، نويسنده , , Christine M. and Thornton، نويسنده , , Laura M. and Lichtenstein، نويسنده , , Paul and Bulik، نويسنده , , Cynthia M.، نويسنده ,
Issue Information :
روزنامه با شماره پیاپی سال 2014
Pages :
4
From page :
19
To page :
22
Abstract :
AbstractObjective lation between eating disorders and menstrual function has been widely studied, but it is unknown whether the behavior of binge eating itself is related to menstrual dysfunction. s ,503 women included in this study were from the Swedish Twin study of Adults: Genes and Environment. The associations between menstrual dysfunction and binge eating were analyzed using logistic regression or multiple linear regression models with generalized estimation equations. s who reported lifetime binge eating were more likely to report either amenorrhea or oligomenorrhea than women who reported no binge eating. These results persisted when controlling for compensatory behaviors including self-induced vomiting, laxative use, and diuretic use. No differences between women with and without a history of binge eating were observed for age at menarche. sion hen controlling for the effect of compensatory behaviors, the behavior of binge eating is associated with menstrual dysfunction. Metabolic and endocrinological factors could underlie this association. Careful evaluation of menstrual status is warranted for women with all eating disorders, not just anorexia nervosa.
Keywords :
Binge eating disorder , Menstruation , Oligomenorrhea , binge eating , Amenorrhea
Journal title :
Journal of Psychosomatic Research
Journal title :
Journal of Psychosomatic Research
Serial Year :
2014
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