Studies tie body weight to women's fertility

10/29/2010 | HealthDay News

A study showed that obesity negatively affects women's chances of conceiving or having a successful pregnancy. A separate study found that women with abnormal BMIs were less likely to produce eggs that will result in successful embryo transfers and live births during an assisted reproduction compared with normal-weight women.

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