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Women from the previous generations (especially from your grandmother’s generation), didn’t have to worry about their fertility. This is simply because most of the women of that generation married young and then they simply allowed nature to take its course. Today, things are significantly different and it seems like nature has also been foxed by the lifestyle that people lead. When a couple tries to have a baby for a year, but is unsuccessful in doing so, it’s pretty natural for them to question their infertility.
How Female Fertility is Impacted by Lifestyle Choices
When it comes to female infertility, age has a pivotal role to play. Many women today choose to delay pregnancy and they have different reasons for it. While some are waiting for Mr Right, others are very career driven and feel that having a child at that point of time will only become a hurdle in the path of success in their chosen career field.
Keeping the age factor in view, the more you delay your pregnancy, the less fertile you become. When you are younger, the quality of your eggs is also better and they get easily fertilized. On the other hand, an older woman (one above 35 years of age) has a far lower egg supply and the eggs that she has may also be of poor quality which makes it more difficult to fertilize them. Even once fertilization has occurred, there are chances that her eggs may not fertilize in the manner they should.
What is the best way to promote fertility?
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Summary: There are a number of lifestyle factors that can impact your fertility and most of these factors work in very subtle ways that we still can’t understand. Women have to make extra efforts to protect their fertility.
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