Fertility and lifestyle


Fertility and lifestyle

We adopt a holistic approach

Involuntary childlessness can have both physical causes and be connected with your lifestyle. Throughout the course, our specialists can advise you on how to increase your chances of getting pregnant. Book a preliminary consultation.

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Prevention of fertility problems

Impaired fertility is a national scourge. In some cases, involuntary childlessness is due to genetic defects or disorders, but environmental impact and lifestyle also play an important role. Therefore, it makes sense to look at what you can do yourself to prevent fertility problems.

Environmental impact

It is well known that some chemicals can affect fertility, but their use is generally well regulated in Europe.

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The Danish Council on Disease Prevention has prepared a number of tips which can contribute to preserving your fertility, but they may not necessarily prevent impaired fertility.

  • Age: Fertility decreases with age and women are recommended to have their first child while they are in their 20s
  • Safe sex: Avoid unsafe sex – to prevent sexually transmitted diseases. Get tested if you are at risk of contracting a sexually transmitted disease and get treatment if you become infected
  • Regular intercourse: If you want to get pregnant, regular intercourse is recommended 2-3 times a week. Make sure to have intercourse when you are ovulating
  • Smoking: Avoid active and passive smoking
  • Weight: Avoid overweight and underweight (BMI 19-25)
  • Exercise: Be physically active min. half an hour every day
  • Diet: Eat a healthy and varied diet
  • Stress: Give your body time to relax and avoid stress. Good sleep habits are also important
  • Anabolic steroids: Must be avoided
  • Cannabis: Must be avoided
  • Alcohol
    • Women: Avoid alcohol in as far as possible when you are trying to get pregnant and avoid alcohol during pregnancy
    • Men: Avoid excessive consumption of alcohol (max. 14 units per week)
  • Coffee: Women should consume max. 300 mg of caffeine daily (equal to three cups of coffee).
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