Fat & Fertility

When you are at a healthy bodyweight, you have a better chance of producing the right amount of estrogen (key fertility hormone). Your body requires a balance of hormones to ovulate properly and having a high amount of estrogen can throw off the balance.

Too Much Estrogen: Ovaries produce estrogen, but so do your fat cells. 
How Much is Too Much Estrogen? If you are overweight or obese your adipose tissue (fat cells) produce more estrogen than necessary which prevents regular ovulation. 

Too Little Estrogen: Being significantly underweight can affect hormone production and prevent normal ovulation which can stop menstruation altogether  (known as amenorrhea).

Are you Underweight, Normal, Overweight or Obese?


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  • Regular Cycle (28-26 days)
  • TTC for longer than 3 months
  • Increase libido 
  • Male factor
  • You don't see fertile (goes) mucus mid-cycle
  • Regular Cycle (28-26 days)
  • Normal Weight
  • Between ages 18-36
  • Regular Cycle (28-26 days)
  • Just starting Clomid 
  • Clomid for more than 2 months (add CM Enhancer as clomid dries mucus) 
  • Taking any fertility medications

  • Regular Cycle (28-26 days)
  • Ovarian issue
  • Under or OverWeight
  • Age 35 and older
  • Not taking clomid
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  • Improve Hubby's vitality
  • Male Factor issues

  • Strengthen and protect early pregnancy
  • Can help prevent morning sickness
  • Concerned about preventing miscarriage 

  • Belly Fat
  • Fibroids
  • Estrogen Dominance
*BeGone is a natural inhibitor and cleanses excess estrogen from the body and reduces estradiol levels.

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