Asthma Linked to an Increased Time to Pregnancy

Asthma Linked to an Increased Time to Pregnancy

Trying to become pregnant? Could it be your Asthma? A new clinical observation study published in the European Respiratory Journal adds to more information that identifies a link between fertility in women and asthma. During fertility treatment in this observational study, women with asthma required almost double the average time to get pregnant than with non-asthmatic women. Not only that but, asthmatic women had fewer successful conceptions than those without asthma again by nearly double. The trend was seen more so in women as their age was older.

Asthma, it seems, is having a big impact on fertility in women. So far, the answer is to encourage women with asthma to become pregnant earlier to side step the difficulties they may encounter and begin talking to their doctors about treatment for asthma pre-conception early.

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Asthma linked to an increased time to pregnancy

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HealthStatus has been operating since 1998 providing the best interactive health tools on the Internet, millions of visitors have used our blood alcohol, body fat and calories burned calculators. The HealthStatus editorial team has continued that commitment to excellence by providing our visitors with easy to understand high quality health content for many years. Our team of health professionals, and researchers use peer reviewed studies as source elements in our articles. Our high quality content has been featured in a number of leading websites, USA Today, the Chicago Tribune, Live Strong, GQ, and many more.

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