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How to deal with Infertility in Women ?

Parenthood is that phase of life that brings unexpected joy. Whether or not it was planned at that time, once it arrives, it is unbelievable how much it transforms a person. But unfortunately this is not the case with everyone. While some people are gifted with the experience without actually planning it, others try for years and still can be unsuccessful in conceiving. This inability to conceive even after repeated attempts for a prolonged period of time is known as infertility. The infertility may be caused by failure in either male or female reproductive system, in some cases both.

How common is infertility?

One would think that getting pregnant is probably not that difficult, little do we know that it is actually otherwise. According to studies 1 in every 10 women is infertile and 1 out of every 6 couples suffer from infertility. This goes to show that infertility is a much bigger problem than discussed openly. As for the probability of infertility in either partners, research shows that in one-third of the couples the female is infertile, in one-third of the couples the male in infertile and in the remaining one-third both partners are infertile or some external factor is to blame. Having said all of this, infertility is not incurable. In most cases some medications and in rare cases surgery, can help the couple conceive. 

Reasons for infertility in women

Like we have already established, infertility could be borne by either partners, but in this blog we will be throwing light on causes of infertility in women. There can be many reasons both induced and genetic which cause infertility in women. Here are some of the causes.

Lifestyle choices

Now that we have discussed the possible reasons for infertility in women, let’s talk about some lifestyle choices that a woman should make in order to give herself the best shot at pregnancy.

Like we already mentioned, infertility is not incurable so don’t lose heart. In order to give women their best shot at pregnancy andMe has launched the all new andMe OvaBoost. Plant-based andMe OvaBoost drink is filled with prenatal vitamins that help to conceive. It is made with the goodness of CoQ10, DHA, Shatavari, Zinc, Chasteberry, Vitamin B9 and Inositol helps with egg quality and egg health, fertilization, aids in preparing the body for pregnancy, helps to prepare uterus lining. By drinking andMe OvaBoost regularly from 8 to 12 weeks before planning to conceive helps to improve fertility. Also can be consumed in the 1st trimester which helps in preparing the body for pregnancy. Stress is a big contributor to infertility in many women so along with the andMe OvaBoost drink, our inhouse health experts recommend you to follow these tips to increase fertility. 1)Yoga and Exercise 2)Follow a healthy diet 3)Meditate to avoid stress. Get your hands on your andMe OvaBoost now and start your journey towards this new phase of life. 


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