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too much EXERCISE
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ms_perfect - October 13

i kinda love to exercise often times, to be exact, i do it almost everyday and would love to do that all over again. just recently me and my partner decided to have a baby and i wondered why until now we haven't been granted a child. could be that having a very excessive exercise affects my fertility from conceiving?

 

deborah - October 13

hmm... seems i couldn't get the connection with that. but maybe it is possible.

 

claudia - October 13

no it is not true, having vigorous exercise won't affect your fertility. in fact as all we know, exercise is a part of our healthy lifestyle.

 

keisha - October 13

that is when you get too much exercise and would result you to become so thin, that is when you will possibly not be fertile because you've become underweight.

 

maya - October 13

yea right. you can be healthy when you are thin but being underweight is another side of the story. you will be unable to release your eggs through ovulation because your hormones is weak.

 

harlem - October 13

oohh sounds bad. but don't worry some other cases is not true. chances are, you can still be healthy even though you are thin or underweight as long as you show signs of fertility like having your regular period.

 

spice - October 13

that is not actually a bad thing to be very active in exercising like for men too as long as you are not aiming a body of a bodybuilder, that would be fine.

 

leica_roe - July 4

too much exercising seems to impair ovulation, it can affect your luteal phase.

 

Sumita - July 7

To much exercise is safe while trying to conceive. It will even promote your fertility. Keep it up! Yyou can continue all during your pregnancy if you keep going and it will make your labor much easier and progress faster

 

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