Obesity can reduce chances of pregnancy women who suffered from obesity in their youth, have to fight pounds when they have a fertility may even years later with the superfluous. As the private krankenversicherung.de insurance Portal reported, an American study now confirms the relationship between former obesity and fertility problems in adulthood. Shown in the study by Gabriella G. Rossmann and her team of researchers at the University of Pittsburgh, especially the age is relevant, in which obesity has occurred. Obesity in adulthood affects as a result to a lesser extent on fertility, as obesity in youth. To read in the journal sterility and fertility”published study 1,538 women have participated. All had undergone a medical procedure against obesity in the past.
The average age of the women was 45 years. Also evaluated how many unsuccessful Pregnancy attempts in the past and how much was body weight in the 18th, 25th and 30th year of life. In the Centre of the study was the question of whether the women the polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCO) could be diagnosed. This syndrome occurs more frequently in obese women than in normal-weight. Through these hormonal disorder, women develop too many and too small follicles, which can not be fertilized. More information are available from the health insurance companies. As a result, the study showed that the Polycystic OVARY syndrome among those women was the most represented, who suffered from juvenile obesity.