Infertility is a very distressing and, unfortunately, increasing problem for many couples (both women and men). There are a variety of factors contributing to reproductive health including the very common nutrient deficiencies and exposures to toxic products including oxidative stress, endocrine-disrupting chemicals, and immune system dysregulators.
High stress levels can also add to the disruption of sensitive hormonal regulation.
Modern infertility treatment can, in themselves, be very emotionally and physically taxing. Modifying as many of the contributing factors as possible can provide the best chances of successful pregnancy and a healthy baby.