Although the accurate reason isn’t well known, it seems logical that stress and worry of ladies trying to get pregnant might be a contributing factors in why some ladies can’t conceive.
The study done at Ohio University, says there was really nothing to suggest that “stressed” women who took part in the study weren’t ovulating, all of them had a normal menstrual cycles and fertility.
Compared to “non-stressed” ladies who were half as probable to have conceived, the study suggested those who practice stress management techniques like meditation and yoga “might shorten the time they need to become pregnant”.
This adds to growing number of evidence that stressing out about getting pregnant might be a big problem when it comes to conceiving.
A young doctor has suggested in the British Medical Journal, reports the Telegraph, that half a bottle of Merlot may have the same effect, that is after she tried to conceive for a whopping 18 months, while not drinking any alcohol.
One night after a couple of well deserved glasses of wine and in a suitably chilled mood, the young doctor conceived.
She realised that going to bed sober must have been the main contributing factor of her not becoming pregnant in the first place.