Skinny Women Dilema.

Research shows that women who are too thin are less likely to have children than their ideal BMI.
Weight which is too far below normal will likely cause a woman to have an erratic menstruation period. They also tend to have a low level of the estrogen hormone which plays a big part during the process of fertilization. This also applies to couples who are forced to use an IVF or in vitro fertilization (fertilization is done outside the body) to have children. Studies found that weight also determine the success of IVF.
The study involved 2362 IVF performed by women aged less than 40 years. The researchers found that fertility problems increased dramatically in women who have a BMI (Body Mass Index) of 14-18 which is in the categories of below normal. The success rate of pregnancy for a woman with a BMI of less is only 34%. While the success rate of a women who are obese (BMI 29-43) is a 45%. And for those who have a normal BMI (19-28) a chance by 50%.
Nothing wrong to start living with a balanced nutrition to increase your chances of getting children.

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