Getting pregnant can be complicated sometimes, so at Fertility At Home we want to make things easy for you and help you in any way we can. Perform your tests from home comfortably and quickly, and get informed by Ferticonsultation with our specialists with more than 20 years of experience in assisted reproduction free of charge.
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To ensure a healthy pregnancy, at least 22% body fat is needed. Maintaining a "healthy" BMI increases the chances of a healthy pregnancy. You can control BMI using a BMI calculator. A BMI is considered "healthy" when it is between 18.5 and 25, and it is "at risk" when it is above 25.
From 32 years of age, the chances of a woman becoming pregnant begin to decrease, at 35, this decrease becomes faster. At birth women carry between 5 and 7 million eggs, when they are going through menopause, they have 1,000 eggs. Therefore, a 40-year-old woman only has a 5% chance of getting pregnant.
A varied diet with an adequate supply of calcium, protein and iron is essential to feed the body properly. Calcium, folic acid, healthy fats, vitamin B12, vitamin D, and iron are particularly important to a healthy pregnancy.
Es de gran importancia que se haga pruebas de salud sexual regularmente antes de intentar quedar embarazada. Muchas personas creen que las ETS no afectan el embarazo, y muchas son asintomáticas, sin embargo, la clamidia, por ejemplo, puede causar enfermedad inflamatoria pélvica (EPI) que puede provocar infertilidad.