Is stress a cause of female infertility?


Giving birth is something almost every woman has to go through. But there are also a considerable number of women who want to have children but are not able to do so. There are many factors that lead to female infertility. Is psychological stress an important cause of infertility? The following is an introduction to what pressures can cause female infertility.

1. Psychological stress leads to infertility

If the mental, physical and sexual function of the human body are in good condition, then the sperm and egg quality of men and women are also relatively good. At this time, it is easy to fertilize in the same room, and the quality of the fetus will be better. More conducive to prenatal and postnatal care. However, if couples are quarreling and are often in negative emotions during pregnancy, it is likely to cause endocrine changes and adversely affect body functions, making it difficult to conceive. Therefore, when the psychological pressure is high, it will lead to infertility. In addition, if the mental pressure of preparing for pregnancy is high, it is very likely that the ovaries will no longer secrete female hormones and will not ovulate, and menstruation will begin to be disordered or even amenorrhea. In this case, infertility may also occur.

2. Sexual diseases lead to infertility

Some women may have some sexual diseases themselves, such as uterine fibroids, premature ovarian failure and other sexual diseases, causing them to be in a stressful state of infertility all year round. Some of them will try their best to seek medical treatment in order to have children as soon as possible. The treatment process for sexually transmitted diseases is very complicated and difficult. If the treatment is unsuccessful, there is no effect. If you go out, you will be discriminated against by the society. Even your relatives and friends do not understand it. There are also financial difficulties. These often aggravate women's grief, depression, anger, guilt, loneliness, and bad emotions, and even under this heavy pressure, their spirits will collapse step by step.

3. Work stress may lead to infertility

Many women are usually very busy with work, and the pace of life is fast. Coupled with intense work, it is easy to lead to mental stress. If you are hit or hurt at work, it is more likely to cause depression, insomnia, and more dreams in women. These pressures will endanger the "command" and "connection" effects of the hypothalamus, pituitary gland, and gonads, resulting in an imbalance of functions, resulting in failure to ovulate normally, and in severe cases, infertility.

4. Parental pressure may cause infertility

The pressure of parents is the most important thing in women's heart, and it is also the biggest. Because the elderly are eager to hold their grandchildren, they usually continue to urge their children to have children. Women who are in their gestational age, if they have been under great pressure, will lead to abnormal function, which will make the ovary ovulation disorder or even no ovulation, or irregular menstruation, which is of course not conducive to pregnancy. Even from the bottom of my heart, I have a rejection mentality, I don't want to get pregnant, and I reject childbirth. Negative emotions can affect fertility.

Facts have proved that many women are under a lot of psychological pressure during pregnancy, and a considerable number of women who have passed IVF are in a state of anxiety and depression. Relief of psychological stress is critical for these women. Therefore, couples planning to conceive must keep their minds relaxed, maintain a healthy lifestyle, proper exercise, vent their emotions, and get enough sleep can effectively reduce stress. You can also master some more physiological knowledge about pregnancy, so that you will not be in a mess.