How Obesity Affects Female’s Fertility
- Published on March 07, 2022
World obesity day is marked on 4th March 2022. Obesity is defined by the accumulation of an excessive amount of body fat. If not maintained, being overweight can significantly impact your overall health. It can cause varying complications including high blood pressure, diabetes, and even infertility. Obesity impacts the reproductive health of both men and women. It can cause a wide range of ovulatory disorders, hormonal imbalance, irregular periods, and PCOS, hence directly hindering your fertility. Obesity, additionally, increases your chances of miscarriage and reduces the effectiveness of ART treatments. In this article, Dr. Rachita Munjal explains the link between obesity and fertility in detail. She also discusses some tips to take care of while planning for pregnancy. The article is featured in a prominent health-oriented publication, Only my health.
Dr Shreya Gupta
Fertility TreatmentsProblems with fertility are both emotionally and medically challenging. At Birla Fertility & IVF, we focus on providing you with supportive, personalized care at every step of your journey towards becoming a parent.
Male InfertilityMale factor infertility accounts for almost 40%-50% of all infertility cases. Decreased sperm function can be the result of genetic, lifestyle, medical or environmental factors. Fortunately, most causes of male factor infertility can be easily diagnosed and treated.
We offer a comprehensive range of sperm retrieval procedures and treatments for couples with male factor infertility or sexual dysfunction.