Childbirth and breastfeeding, using birth control pills, and smoking are all well-known variables that lessen the chances of having a baby. However, even if none of these factors are present, it is not always a certainty that you will become pregnant.
We'll now uncover some of the hidden causes.
You can’t calculate your fertile window correctly.
Making precise forecasts might be difficult at times, especially if your cycle is erratic. Technology, on the other hand, can assist you. Apps like Flo Period Tracker (free for iOS and Android) may accurately anticipate your cycle. Furthermore, if you become pregnant, you can keep the app by switching to pregnancy mode and enjoying information about your baby's development as well as personalized health insights.
You consume too many trans fats
Trans fats, which can be found in baked products, pizzas, snacks like chips, and fried foods, can have a negative impact on fertility, preventing ovulation. Limit your intake of these items, as eating them instead of nutritious carbohydrates can increase your risk of ovulatory disorders by up to 73 percent. It's best to consume bananas, whole grain rye crispbread, almonds, or yogurt with berries when you're desiring these trans fat carbs.
Your Body mass index is low
A lower-than-normal BMI can put you at risk for ovarian dysfunction, infertility, and premature birth. Eating disorders have been linked to a decreased BMI and have been shown to affect menstruation and fertility. You can use specialized applications to manage your calories and weight, as well as other health-related symptoms, if you find it difficult to keep track of your nutrition.
Your partner is stressed out
According to studies, life pressures such as work, family, and social life have a substantial impact on a man's fertility. The inability to deal with these issues has the most serious consequences.
You are overexercising
Exercising can help you become more fertile to some level, but you must receive the correct quantity of exercise. Doing too much can disrupt your energy balance and disrupt your reproductive cycle. Long and intensive daily activity has been demonstrated in studies to have an impact on your ability to conceive. Maintaining your health and wellness requires moderation
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