How PMS can affect fertility

Premenstrual syndrome you not only causes discomfort (bloating, anxiety, depression, muscle pain, dizziness, headache, hunger and cravings) about ten days before the first bleeding of your period, it can affect your ability to become pregnant. Exploring fifth risk factor that can affect your fertility.

What is PMS?

All symptoms of premenstrual syndrome come from a hormonal imbalance arising from the ratio of progesterone and estrogen.

How can the premenstrual syndrome affect fertility?

When the ratio of progesterone and estrogen is not in balance can, in some cases, cause the egg is not released.

How I can protect myself from premenstrual syndrome to not risk my fertility?

Treatment is well within reach. In fact, according to Niels H. Lauersen, infertility specialist, if that does not allow you conceive is the SPM have the easiest problem to solve. What Dr. Niels recommended it is that before trying any fertility treatment, try to reduce your PMS as a strategy to conceive.

The easiest way is with a good diet, vitamins and minerals. Specifically, the B vitamins (especially B6) are very useful in the task of balancing the fertility hormones. It takes between 200 and 500 mg of B6 daily for at least six weeks in combination with a B-complex supplement

On the other hand, minerals like calcium and magnesium pause fluctuating hormones and relieve certain symptoms such as depression, anxiety and even help you sleep better (Niels, 2000).