The lifestyle of modern people has changed a lot, and obese people are increasing. Most people know that obesity can cause diseases such as hypertension and diabetes, but few people know that obesity is also an important factor that causes infertility.
The effect of obesity on infertility is mainly caused by obesity which causes abnormal metabolism of sugar, lipid and protein and its damage to the endocrine system. Obesity can easily lead to insulin resistance. Elevated insulin levels can stimulate the ovaries and promote the synthesis and secretion of androgens. Androgens can inhibit the development of follicles in the ovary, cause polycystic ovary syndrome and ovulation disorders, and then cause infertility. The common symptom of patients with polycystic ovary syndrome is also obesity.
It is worth noting that even if obese women are pregnant, the risk of fetal stoppage or miscarriage is significantly higher than that of normal weight women, and they are also prone to complications such as gestational diabetes, gestational hypertension and even prenatal eclampsia. It is easy to give birth to giants.