Dr. Oz: How Long Should Couples Try For A Baby Before Seeing A Doctor?

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Dr. Oz: Infertility & Stress Link

Dr. Oz talked on his show about infertility in women and its relationship to stress. Almost 7 million women in the U.S. are struggling with infertility. A recent study shows that stress may be a big culprit in infertility. In fact, it may have more to do with stress than physiology.

The recent study showed that women with the highest levels of stress were 29 percent less likely to get pregnant and twice as likely to meet the clinical definition of infertility, which is trying for a child for a year without getting pregnant.

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Dr. Oz: How Long Should Couples Try For A Baby Before Seeing A Doctor?

Dr. Oz talked about a new study that shows stress may be a major factor in fertility. (Monkey Business Images / Shutterstock.com)

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