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Obesity is a result of consuming more calories than the body needs and not expending that energy by doing exercise or is an excess accumulation of body fat and it’s described as BMI excess 30% but BMI does not account for whether the excess weight is fat or muscle, and is not a measure of body composition . For most people, however, BMI is an indication used worldwide to estimate nutritional status People in the obese category are much more likely to suffer from fertility problems than people of normal healthy weight.

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Women and obesity : according to Nurses Health study , there are an increase risk of ovulation in women with increasing BMI value and it’s effect include a reduction in ovulation rate, a decline in oocyte quality, menstrual irregularities, a decreased pregnancy rate and a rise in miscarriages. obesity have a damaging effects in young women as they begin menstruating earlier than normal girls, essentially enhancing the defects associated with obesity and fertility. also has an impact on fertility in men.

Increasing body weight associated to the development of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).

There are specific aspects associated with PCOS allowing an indication of diagnosis of the syndrome including hyperandrogenism (hirsutism), irregular periods, anovulation and subfertility. Obesity in PCOS sufferers amplifies hormonal and metabolic decline,therefore damaging fertility and oocyte quality in women. PCOS can also have an effect if conception is successful through assisted reproductive technology (ART) in obese patients, leading to an increase in miscarriage rates.

Obesity affects on testosterone level so affect on sperm production known as spermatogenesis. this affects the quantity and quality of a sperm. Obese men have high risk of oligozoospemia, having < 15 million sperm / ml of semen and low motile than healthy weight Men . sperm with high amounts of damaged DNA are more common in obese men than in normal weight men, Ejaculate volume is also affected. Altered male hormones will can also give erectile dysfunction which is the major cause of infertility in obese men.

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