A recent article in the Guardian discusses a 4 year study that links long-term stress to infertility.
The study, led by Dr. Courtney Lynch, followed 501 couples for up to 12 months as they tried to conceive. The women’s saliva was tested for measures of stress biomarkers, and results showed that higher levels of stress are associated with a longer time to pregnancy and an increased risk of infertility.
“It is true that stress can have an effect on fertility, most commonly with ovulatory dysfunction,” says Dr, Lawrence Werlin, Founder and Medical Director of Coastal Fertility Medical Center in Irvine, CA and, he adds, “There is no question that we live in a very stressful time. Whether financial, political, or personal, these stresses all take their toll. Add to this fertility issues, and stress levels are magnified one hundred fold.”
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