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Infertility Awareness


Everyone's route to starting a family is unique. For some, becoming and staying pregnant is simple, but for others, it has been and continues to be a difficult process. More people than you realize suffer from infertility.


Did you know that

  • 1 in 8 women struggle with infertility

  • 1 in 4 women has had a miscarriage

  • 1 in 160 pregnancies is affected by stillbirth.


Infertility is a disorder of the male or female reproductive system defined by the inability to conceive after 12 months or more of unprotected sexual activity.

Infertility affects an estimated 48 million couples. There's a good chance that someone you know is going through something similar, whether it's openly discussed or not. Please be considerate and consider others' feelings when asking when they plan to have children, why they haven't had any or making statements like "you're not getting any younger.", "they need a little brother/sister" You might not realize how hard they're working.


What causes Infertility?

Infertility can result from a variety of reasons in both the male and female reproductive systems.


For females, it can be due to a blocked fallopian tube, endometriosis, hormonal imbalances, and more. While for men, blockage of the reproductive tract results in problems with semen ejection, pituitary or testicular cancers, abnormal sperm function and quality, and others.


Can PCOS cause Infertility?


Women with PCOS suffer from hormonal Imbalance that creates problems in the ovaries- that cause missed or irregular periods.


Having irregular periods can lead to Infertility but that doesn't mean you can't get pregnant. There is still hope of having your dream baby. Many women, waited a year or years to achieve their goal. Each of these women has her own struggles, cries, and almost giving up on her journey. Their secret is that they did not give up they try all possible means to have a little human in their womb.


Proweightloss Program for 8 years and counting has been driven by a mission to help people everywhere to fight PCOS, Obesity & Overcome Infertility.

Take a look at our PCOS sisters who were able to get pregnant and now living their dreams.






How to Overcome Infertility?

  1. Have you and your partner do a check-up to check what is really going on and why you are having a hard time conceiving.

  2. Change your lifestyle. Sometimes our lifestyle affects the chances of getting pregnant faster like smoking, not getting enough sleep, stress & more.

  3. Check on Your Foods. Your body needs to get enough nutrients to get pregnant.

  4. Have a Free Coaching from Proweightloss Program to boost your fertility.

  5. Last but should always be first, keep praying to God that He grants your wish to have a baby.



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