Miscarriages happen to 80% of women in the first trimester. But if it’s your second or third loss, you need more than stats, you need answers. Here’s what you should know about repeated miscarriages.
When you are trying to get pregnant and can’t conceive you may feel frustrated and discouraged. Identifying any hindrances to conception can help you and your partner move towards a successful outcome. When you visit our fertility clinic we will perform a complete evaluation to identify potential fertility problems so that we can develop a customized treatment plan. One overarching issue some patients face is obesity and infertility.
Your body and its systems function best when you maintain a healthy weight. One way to gauge your current status is to check your body mass index (BMI). For adults, here are the BMI ranges:
Research has shown a strong correlation between elevated BMI numbers and various health concerns including obesity and infertility. In fact, patients with higher BMIs require greater doses of IVF fertility medications, produce fewer quality eggs, face increased risk of complications from anesthesia procedures and experience more obstetrical complications once pregnant.
Although dealing with obesity and infertility can seem like a daunting task, we can help you move in the right direction. Even a 10% weight loss can begin to improve your overall health. Consider the following tips as a starting point.
Struggling to conceive can create challenges. In our fertility center Sy Q Le, M.D. works with patients to overcome obstacles to pregnancy including addressing obesity and infertility. If you have concerns about your weight contact us for more information or to schedule an appointment in our Irving, Grapevine or Arlington offices.
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