Infertility risk factors affecting both male and female

Infertility risk factors for both male and female happen to be the same while other risk factors are gender specific as you can read about in our previous articles.

If you are trying to conceive it is helpful to know of the potential risk factors in your life. There may be a lifestyle choices that can attribute to an infertility diagnosis. By identifying them and addressing them early on, it could increase your chances for successful and healthier pregnancy.

 

Alcohol drinking

A pattern of drinking that results in harm to one’s health, interpersonal relationships, or ability to work.

Over-exercise

A common term for any practice of, or training for, a concrete sport which is in excess of that necessary to effectively participate in the sport.

Poor dietary habits

Eating habits are one of the few factors within our control that impact not only our chances of falling pregnant.

Promiscuity

Having casual sexual relations frequently with different partners.

Smoking

Long-lasting inhalation of the smoke of burning tobacco.

Tight clothing

Type of clothes, that fit very tightly and may result in decreased fertility.

 

The Education Zone of Fertilitypedia explains 181 infertility risk factors. Our Education Zone has been created by team of medical experts and its professional source of information you can trust.

 

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