The quality of the eggs the woman produces also affects the chances of parenthood. Many factors have a negative impact on egg health. The woman has a genetic problem in some instances, but controllable elements such as lifestyle and environment are very important influences. Women who smoke, live in polluted environments and lead sedentary lives have lower quality, less fertile eggs. Additional factors that damage egg health include hormones and poor quality diet
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