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Are diet, exercise, and lifes stresses important fertility factors?

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Are diet, exercise, and lifes stresses important fertility factors?

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Normal reproduction requires the careful coordination of various organs, including the brain, pituitary gland, thyroid gland, adrenal gland, the pancreas, the liver, and the ovaries and testes. Every man and woman has thresholds for allowing or inhibiting the normal symphony of events leading to successful reproduction. We have seen in our Center, as have others, the harmful effects of poor nutrition, inactivity, overactivity, and stress. To what extent each of these factors affects a specific woman’s ovarian function can sometimes be determined. However, the effects can often be subtle and difficult to diagnose. However, as an example, in some couples we have seen dramatic effects when nutrition is improved. Our goals are to promote positive lifestyle habits that will improve both overall health and reproductive potential.

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