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Irregular Ovulation Cycles, Poor Egg Quality and Stress may Cause Difficulty in Conceiving

by Bidita Debnath on  June 16, 2015 at 1:18 AM Women Health News
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Ageing is not the only reason that poses difficulty in conceiving. It might be true that the risk of experiencing difficulty in conceiving increases with the decline in fertility at the age of 30-35.
Irregular Ovulation Cycles, Poor Egg Quality and Stress may Cause Difficulty in Conceiving
Irregular Ovulation Cycles, Poor Egg Quality and Stress may Cause Difficulty in Conceiving

But irregular ovulation cycles and poor egg quality, which may be associated with stress, lifestyle or poor diet, also cause difficulty in the same. Dr. Georgianna Donadio, director of the Boston-based National Institute of Whole Health, said that women concerned about their ability to conceive these days wish to explore a natural approach before they opt for medical therapies, artificial insemination or assisted reproductive technology.

Multiple research studies report that taking a combination of myo-inositol in therapeutic doses promotes menstrual regularity, ovulatory function and higher quality eggs.

In a research that compared results for women taking myo-inositol and folic acid versus women taking only folic acid, researchers found that women taking both myo-inositol and folic acid ovulated more quickly and more frequently.

Source: ANI

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