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Obésité et fertilité ne font pas bon ménage [The impact of obesity on fertility]
Revue Médicale Suisse
There are many negative impacts of obesity on fertility. Obese couples present decreased sperm count, decreased ovulation and conception rates, increased erectile dysfunction and spontaneous abortion rate as well as increased maternal and foetal complications of pregnancy. Moreover, obesity tends to decrease response to fertility treatments. Fortunately, intensive lifestyle modifications can restore fertility while decreasing pregnancy complications risk. With the increasing trend of obesity to affect young populations, taking care of these infertile couples rapidly is capital to restore fertility and decrease its related pregnancy complications.
Female, Humans, Infertility, Female/etiology, Infertility, Female/therapy, Life Style, Obesity/complications, Obesity/therapy, Pregnancy, Pregnancy Complications/etiology, Pregnancy Complications/prevention & control
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