How to increase Fertility in Perimenopause

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When a woman is experiencing perimenopause, it can be extremely difficult for her to become pregnant. Unfortunately, this stage of menopause can happen as early as 35 or as late as 60, which can make it difficult to determine how much longer a woman has to become pregnant.

Normally, perimenopause lasts between two and five years and is a period of time where the reproductive system slows down dramatically. However, this does not mean that you cannot get pregnant during this time, but only means that it can be a challenge.

When-a-woman-is-experiencing-perimenopause-it-can-be-extremely-difficult-for-her-to-become-pregnantThe best thing that you can do is to talk to a fertility specialist. They will be able to determine the best type of test and treatment options available. There are many prescriptions that can be offered to women who are going through this cycle that can improve the health of their eggs and the rate at which they are released.

It is also important that you are doing everything that you can to stay healthy and maintaining a healthy weight. Doing so will help increase your chances of conceiving. It is also best to track your ovulation cycle, which can help you to determine when you should be having intercourse.

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