Does Increasing Weight Affect Fertility?
I want to ask, I have been married for 6 months and when I was a girl I was thin many times when I was trying to make my body go up, and I didn’t get a judak child, what I want to ask is whether my rising body now can be affected with difficulty. pregnant, thanks
Hello Dwi, thank you for asking the HealthReplies.com team.
Pregnancy is a dream thing for every married couple. Pregnancy is a result of the meeting between sperm with eggs in the uterus which then develops into a fetus. Pregnancy is influenced by many things, including age, a person's physical health condition, genetic factors, exposure to chemicals, smoking, alcohol, heavy physical activity, and also including body weight. Weight gain that is too thin or too fat, or a quick and drastic increase or decrease in body weight can affect a person's hormonal condition. The hormone estrogen which influences fertility is strongly influenced by fat metabolism. Therefore, women who have an ideal body weight, estrogen hormone metabolism will also be disrupted, which can cause thickening of the ovaries and disruption of the process of ovulation or egg release. This is usually characterized by irregular menstrual patterns. Besides affecting pregnancy, excess weight is also dangerous for our overall health, someone who has excess weight, is more at risk for heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, stroke, and so forth. Therefore, it is best to maintain ideal body weight, avoid increasing or losing weight too quickly and drastically, reduce the intake of fatty foods, sugar and salt and exercise regularly, avoid smoking and alcohol, and do regular marital relations during fertility You. If pregnancy still hasn't happened, you should consult your obstetrician.