Female infertility or conception problems are often linked to genetic problems, however there is one aspect that is neglected in most cases. What you can do then to get pregnant? Otherwise again our eyes towards our physical state. Obesity, as it is well known generates risks on our health of tension, high blood pressure, problems in joints, etc. But already has shown also that hinders conception either naturally in assisted reproduction processes. In this case, the obesity factor predominates on the age and even the presence of regular menstrual cycles. A woman with a not proper body mass index will see their chances of getting pregnant dramatically reduce. But how to calculate this index? The body mass index, known by its acronym BMI, is calculated by dividing the weight in kilograms of the subject in study between your height squared. The formula is: BMI = weight (kg) / altura (mts) an IMC m that defines a healthy weight is between 19 and 25.
A BMI between 25 and 29 is indicative of being overweight and a BMI above 29 is clearly indicative of obesity. Clear that must take into account extenuating as race, age, muscles (for athletes) etc. But what does it have clear is that excess fat in the body of the woman causes abnormalities in the ovaries, preventing that they do cause an embryo. So the ideal is to put into practice an exercise regime, either alone or in couple, combined with a diet that includes the nutrients and vitamins that the body needs. A light workout is best for starting, to then increase their frequency. Eye, do not seek to be extreme, with that you decepcionaras you only if you do not manage to do it!