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- Jan 5, 2019 at 10:57 AM
Our current lifestyles contribute massively to the health problems we face. So many diet plans but is anyone thinking. That our actions today will make it break our bodies. Infertility is not a choice people make. But there are the experts that can help so many infertile couples make lifestyle changes. One of the best clinics in Europe, they will tell you to consult with a nutritionist about your treatment plan. Any pregnancy is a success when your baby gets good food. Those of you who have had miscarriages before, or had trouble conceiving? Carelessness about healthy standards of eating is another reason. So many infections are being caused by processed foods. Experts are calling awareness on so many of supplements that are misleading. Now is still a good time to start
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Thank you for sharing such an important piece of information. I think a lot of people ignore this when they are struggling however, this is the most important part. When I was able to conceive and I was struggling the first thing my doctor told me was that I should change my eating habits. My nutritionist suggested that I should start to make sure that I was intaking the important nutrients. These are the things that I never thought would be important but they are. However, my situation differs since I was diagnosed with poor ovarian reserve. However, those who are told that they are suffering from unexplained infertility should give it a try. Good luck to all those who are trying.
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Hi dear hope you are doing good. Yes, good nutrition is important part of leading a healthy lifestyle,combined with physical activity, your diet can help you reach and maintain a healthy weight and reduce the risk of chronic diseases. Yes you said right infertility is not by choice but by fate. During TTC one needs to be very careful regarding its nutrition, lack of nutrition can lead to mislead of conceiving. Nutrition plays a vital role in during pregnancy because baby's growth and development also depends on this. In order to get proper nutrition one should have foods on different food groups. And thank you Emaav for sharing such an important information with us.
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Hey there! I hope you are doing well. Lifestyles affect fertility, thank you so much for sharing this information. Many people don't take care of their diet and then it can make problems for them later. Healthy diet and exercise is the way to fertility. Stay blessed!
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Hi! Thank you for sharing this information. Our lifestyles can have an impact on fertility. Things like smoking, drinking, fast food are the most common things we do daily which can lead to infertility. We don't take care of our diet first and then end up with such problems. Stay blessed.
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This is a brilliant post! I'm so glad you're talking about this! It's really important to discuss these issues. People do not take these seriously. It's about time we started addressing such problems. Having the right kind of diet is SO crucial! People do not realize this. Our diet contributes largely to our infertility issues. The fact that folic acid and other whole foods such as wheat, grain, fruits can help a woman ovulate, says a lot! It's s important to make these things a part of our daily life. I suffer from PCOS, I can relate so much to this! The first thing I was told to change was my diet. This will help so many people. Let's spread awareness about such things! Keep up the fantastic work.
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Hi Lilliana! I hope you are doing well. I m so sorry to hear about your condition. I m also suffering from PCOS. I m trying from last 6 years to conceive. I have recently opted for IVF. I just hope this time it works for me. Good luck to you too.
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