Nowadays, this problem is becoming more and more prevalent among most women. I am going to pass on the experience of a long time in today’s article. If the period of menstruation is more than 30 days, it indicates that ovulation is not regular.
According to a study, women who have a menstrual cycle of less than 25 days are less likely to get pregnant than those who have a menstrual cycle of 27 to 29 days. In addition, irregular menstruation in women around the age of 35-40 may be a sign of premenopause.
Weight loss will be followed by fatigue and constant tiredness. Weight loss will be followed by fatigue and constant tiredness. In particular, when you are overweight, body fat produces a hormone called estrogen, which affects ovulation.
According to a study, women who do not exercise are 25-30 percent less likely to conceive than women who exercise regularly. But that doesn’t mean you have to exercise a lot. Too much exercise can also deplete the body of energy and can affect fertility with too much stress
There is a general belief that regular use of birth control pills can cause infertility. While taking birth control pills does not cause any problem in getting pregnant. Instead, its frequent use helps in conceiving. If you want to get pregnant, you can get pregnant if you stop eating this mill.
Mothers who have early menopause are more likely to have early menopause in their offspring. Similarly, if someone in the family has a problem of infertility, other members of the family are also more likely to have a problem of infertility. In addition, problems such as fibroids and endometriosis can be caused by heredity.
In addition, problems such as fibroids and endometriosis are caused by heredity, but women also know if they have infertility problems.
This problem will be solved by giving 400 mg of vitamin E twice a day to his body before treating him.
Note: If such problems are seen, it is advisable to seek treatment in consultation with an experienced gynecologist.
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Dr. Ram Bahadur Bohara is the Chairman of the Nepal Alternative Medical Development Council, Advisor of Science Infotech and Health Columnist, and Journalist of Nepalpatra.