How can I increase my fertility after the age of 35?
Your reproductive health is a reflection of your overall health.
Give yourself a chance to live a long and healthy life. To keep healthy, consider the following suggestions.
Don't put off evaluation once you've started trying to conceive, especially if you're over 35. Seek help after 12 months, or 6 months if you're over 35 if your cycle is regular.
Seek help right away if your cycles aren't regular. After you begin therapy, the evaluation should take no longer than two months, and treatment cycles should last three to six months before moving on to the next level.
Weighing too much or too little can jeopardize not just your health but also your fertility.
Smoking reduces your odds of becoming pregnant and increases your chances of miscarriage. Smokers also get a two-year head start on menopause compared to non-smokers.
Never engage in unprotected sexual activity. Your fertility may be affected by a sexually transmitted infection you get today.
Don't put off having children until you're ready. The age of the female spouse is the most important factor in couples' reproductive treatment effectiveness. The second most critical aspect is the length of infertility.
In today's hectic environment, the best way to stay fertile is to take care of yourself: eat well, sleep well, decrease stress, and do everything in moderation. Consider your body to be a temple, and treat it with respect. A good, healthy body is a good body for reproduction.