Infertility Lifestyle Factors

Lifestyle Factors of Female Infertility Health Library

Learn more about how your lifestyle choices can effect your fertility.

Advanced Maternal Age

The American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) recommends that women of advanced maternal age (35 and over) visit a fertility specialist after six months of trying to conceive without success.

Smoking and Infertility

Smoking and infertility go hand in hand. Our physicians can cite numerous studies and real-life examples of smoking causing fertility problems.

Stress and Infertility

Researchers have been unable to prove that stress causes infertility. However, everyone in the field of reproductive medicine agrees that infertility can cause stress, and sometimes even depression.

Weight and Infertility

Our experts understand how different health and lifestyle factors can contribute to a patient’s fertility, one particularly strong relationship is between weight and infertility.