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Hello I'm not -- -- had to answer your questions.
If you're hoping to get pregnant now or in the future.
You might be wondering if there's anything you can do to increase your fertility we got this email from a concerned -- -- doctor Meehan I'm 47 years old and my husband and I are trying to start a family.
That's had some bad habits in the past like smoking and -- at a pretty stressful job in these types of things affect my chances of getting pregnant.
So Kelly there are some factors that may be out of your control when it comes to fertility such as medical issues or genetics but.
Your lifestyle choices can definitely affect your chances of getting pregnant.
Some bad habits you should avoid to protect your fertility are.
Smoking besides damaging your cervix and we'll -- in tubes heavy smoking ages your ovaries and -- Easter eggs.
Alcohol heavy drinking is associated with at increased risk of ovulation disorders.
And some research has found that even light drinking might reduce the likelihood of conceive it.
Excessive caffeine -- much caffeine can have an effect on your estrogen levels.
And contribute to follow him to damage and endometriosis.
Stress severe or even mild stress can inhibit ovulation.
Excessive vigorous physical activities to which intense aerobic activity can reduce the production of the hormone progesterone and affect ovulation.
The regular exercise -- an hour a day either overweight console would give up.
Bottom line if you think about becoming pregnant and you're having any concerns about your lifestyle choices -- -- doctor.
Do you have a health question email here it filed a document your foxnews.com until next time I'm -- man.
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