If you want to have children, you must check! 8 behaviors that make it difficult to have children

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03 Jun 2023

If you want to have children, you must check! 8 behaviors that make it difficult to have children

      Infertility is increasingly becoming a common problem today, with a rising trend due to lifestyle changes. Many individuals are not ready to get married or have children, and when they are ready to start a family, they may be over 30 years old. In addition, certain behaviors can contribute to fertility difficulties. Here is some information for everyone:

  1. Smoking : Smoking may increase the risk of fertility problems, such as pelvic bone and ovarian damage, as well as impairing reproductive functions.
  2. Alcohol Consumption : Heavy alcohol consumption can affect fertility and increase the risk of ectopic pregnancies or abnormal pregnancies.
  3. Toxic Chemical Exposure : Contact or inhalation of toxic chemicals can contribute to fertility problems, especially in workplaces with hazardous substances or improper use of chemicals in agriculture.
  4. Inappropriate Body Weight : Being underweight or overweight can impact fertility and make it difficult to conceive.
  5. Chronic Diseases : Some chronic diseases, such as diabetes or kidney disease, may affect fertility, particularly when poorly controlled or untreated.
  6. Age : Fertility difficulties may increase with advancing age, especially when a woman's menstrual cycle ends before the expected age.
  7. Brain Conditions : Certain brain conditions, such as hypothalamic dysfunction or depression, may affect fertility.
  8. Genetic Factors : Sometimes, fertility problems can be related to genetic factors. Individuals with a family history of fertility issues may be at higher risk.

      Infertility can result from various causes and requires further medical diagnosis and treatment. If you or someone you know is experiencing fertility problems, it is advisable to consult a healthcare professional for a comprehensive evaluation.

Source : Infertility & Reproduction Resource Center



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