Factors Affecting Future Fertility

Even if a baby is not in your immediate future, it is good to be aware of factors that can affect your future fertility.

During pregnancy, most women do everything they can to protect their babies, but poor lifestyle choices and other factors can also affect your ability to conceive. To protect fertility and boost the chances of having a baby one day, it is important to begin ditching those bad habits now.



Of course, there are a number of medical issues that limit fertility including ovulatory problems, endometriosis, scarring from previous pelvic surgery, uterine abnormalities and more that are beyond your control. But the following are steps you can take today to preserve your future fertility:



If you dream of one day becoming a mother, taking care of your health today is the best way to avoid factors that could affect your fertility in the future.

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