Drugs – recreational. Part 3

27Jul

Common and household herbs to try to avoid while trying to concieve: Barberry, Fennel, Goldenseal, Lavender, Male Fern, Calamus, Mistletoe, Pennyroyal, Poke Root, Sage, Cayenne, Tansy, Wild Cherry, Yarrow, Bloodroot, Cypress, Thyme, Celandine, Ephedra , Flaxseed, Juniper, Licorice Root, Mayapple, Passion Flower, Periwinkle, Rhubarb, Cascara Sagrada, Wormwood, St. John’s Wart, Echinacea, and Gingko biloba.

Birth Control, The Pill
Probably the most common form of birth control, the pill works by inhibiting the process of ovulation. The pill has not been shown to impact future fertility. For detailed information on the “Pill” and fertility see our special section: What about the Pill? Excessive exercise, can interfere with a woman’s menstrual cycle …

Physical Activities – excessive exercise
Exercise is certainly an important part of a healthy lifestyle. Exercise imparts benefits to overall health and emotional well-being. Excessive exercise, however, may interfere with a woman’s menstrual cycle and cause difficulty in achieving pregnancy. Over-exercise can cause irregular menstrual cycles including a shortened luteal phase, or no periods at all (secondary amenorrhea). The way that excessive exercise interferes with the normal cycle is not completely clear, but it is believed to cause a decreased and/or inconsistent production of necessary gonadotropins which control the reproductive cycle. Other factors like increased production of endorphins and cortisol (chemicals produced in the body) following excessive exercise may further contribute to a disruption in the mechanisms that control reproduction. If you enjoy exercising, do not stop. Talk to your doctor about a program that allows you to reap the benefits of exercise, without overdoing it.

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