Increasing B.M.I., or body mass index, can have an effect on an individuals virility by affecting the rate of egg implantation in the cervix. This can lead to a complication with I.V.F., or in-virto fertilization.

An increase of an individuals BMI can cause the embryos implanted by IVF to come under greater stress, and can lead to complications during development. It’s believed that there may be changes on the embryonic level on account of any developmental hindrance the fetus may incur.

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Higher BMI May Cause Problems for IVF

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