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How Body Weight and Body Mass Index (BMI) Affect a Woman’s Fertility and Ability to Conceive

You know that pregnancy leads to weight gain, but you may not have considered whether your current body weight could affect your ability to get pregnant. The reality is if your weight is too high or too low, it can affect your fertility. Specifically, being overweight (having a body mass index, or BMI, above 25), obese (a BMI of 30 or higher), or underweight (having a BMI of under 18.5) can affect your ability to get pregnant and your risk of pregnancy-related complications (including miscarriage).Being Obese or Overweight Is Linked to Delays Achieving Pregnancy.Meanwhile, underweight women (with a BMI of less than 18.5) had an 18 percent longer delay to getting pregnant if they’d never been pregnant before; underweight women who already gave birth to children had no problem getting pregnant again.

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