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How Your Career Affects Your Fertility

Whether you sit in an office or stand on your feet all day long, your job may be affecting your fertility.

According to studies, high exposures to certain chemicals could be associated with lower fertility rates, affecting her hormones and lowering his sperm count. Be watchful for workplace exposure to overheating and working with types of metal.

Feeling stressed in the workplace? Stress and fertility don’t mix and continuous feelings of stress might affect your chances of getting pregnant. Stress takes a toll on your body and has the ability to delay ovulation and affect your menstrual cycle.

We’re not advising you to quit your job (you need money to support your future baby!), but speak to your doctor if you’re concerned that your workplace is affecting your chances of conceiving.