3 Conditions Affecting Conception and Pregnancy
In order for your body to hang on to the pregnancy, another group of hormonal reactions must occur in synchronization.
When you are trying to get pregnant, it often feels like things are not happening quick enough. Once you make the decision to have a baby, most women forge ahead assuming that they will be pregnant in a matter of weeks. Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case. Then you worry about whether or not you are able to conceive at all, or if there is an underlying illness or condition that will lessen your chances at having a baby. The medical community often does see the lack of conception as a problem until you have not conceived for six months to a year from trying. You on the other hand, feel that something must be wrong with you or your spouse, and are desperate for help.
Conception and a healthy pregnancy are not something that is easy to achieve. If you understood the millions of chemical reactions and hormonal balances that must occur within a month, in order for you to get pregnant, you would be impressed with the intricacy of your body. In order for your body to hang on to the pregnancy, another group of hormonal reactions must occur in synchronization that would make the Rockettes jealous.