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Lose weight for fertility

Lose weight for fertility

Obesity has many negative health consequences. Some are better known than others. Recent studies have shown that another potential consequence of obesity is difficulty when it comes to conceiving a child. Fertility problems are a growing problem in this country and around the world. Obesity is one of the reasons it is so hailed as a vital cause.


While most people immediately look at the female in the relationship for this particular issue, facts indicate that obesity in males can also lead to low sperm count, which may also hinder fertility efforts and progress.


Our bodies are designed for specific purposes. It's just amazing how well every part of the human body works to support other parts. There are very few machines that can compete with the genius of human body design. After thousands of years of studying the human body, there are still many mysteries hidden within it. However, the truth goes back to this, we put things into our bodies, and misuse our bodies in ways our bodies weren't designed to take and yet we still manage to adapt and survive many of these things.


It's amazing when you consider that the human body endures many of the things it does without permanent and irreparable harm. The good news for those trying to conceive is that the human body also has an amazing ability to heal itself. This means that those who find their efforts to conceive have been held back by obesity, and have also experienced positive changes by losing at least five to ten percent of your ability to conceive.


If both partners are overweight, it may be a good idea to work together to shed those unwanted pounds and adopt a healthier, more active lifestyle. Being active when trying to conceive and throughout pregnancy is a good idea for females in a relationship at any rate as this can aid the labor and delivery process.


If you have been trying to conceive without success and have been doing so for more than a year, it is likely to be in your best interest to seek out the services of a fertility specialist in order to rule out other potential considerations. Although adopting a healthier lifestyle is rarely a bad idea, you should also consult your doctor before starting a strict diet or weight loss regimen to ensure there are no other factors that may be causing your weight problems. This is especially true if you have gained quite a bit of weight in a rather short period of time.


In addition to making it difficult to get pregnant, obesity can also increase the risk of miscarriage once pregnancy has occurred. Obesity also increases the risk of developing diseases such as gestational diabetes during pregnancy, preeclampsia, and in some cases still birth and birth defects. It is not a small hindrance to a healthy pregnancy and it should be carefully considered before attempting to conceive.


Another consideration when it comes to obesity and fertility is that being overweight can also hinder the effects of fertility treatments. This means that the process is usually longer and will cost more over time than if obesity was not a factor. When combined with the risks to a baby, it is something that should not be taken lightly when making plans for fertility treatments.


If your BMI is greater than 30, there are many fertility clinics that simply will not provide their services. Some limit it to greater than 35 and others to 40. If you feel that fertility treatments are the only procedure available to you and your BMI is greater than 30, the first suggestion you will likely hear is the suggestion that you seriously consider your weight loss efforts and lifestyle changes before continuing. You may find that once you start shedding pounds, interference with fertility is no longer necessary.




























































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