not cause infertility - it's the infertility which causes the stress. However, blaming
patients by telling them that their infertility is because they are so stressed
out is a great way of shifting the blame onto them , and this just makes a bad
problem worse, because this guilt just adds to their stress levels. They feel
even worse about themselves , and can't really do anything about it â after all,
no one likes being stressed !
way in which stress does cause infertility is because of its effect on sexual frequency.
Stress kills sexual desire , and in today's busy world , where both women and
men are busy pursuing high-flying careers, they are sometimes just too busy to
have sex ! Because they are travelling all the time, they arenât able to time
baby making sex during the fertile period â something urgent always crops up at
the last minute !
they finally do manage to synchronise their schedules , the husband suffers
from erectile dysfunction , because he finds it hard to perform under pressure;
or the wife gets dyspareunia because of vaginismus.
It is this infrequent
sexual intercourse which results in infertility â which means the underlying
reason is not medical, but social !
news is that itâs easy to treat, and the success rates are high !