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Study linking stress to decreased successful reproductive outcome

March 28, 2016

Another study linking stress to decreased successful reproductive outcome. This study uses the generic measure of traditional psychiatric diagnosis. Any physiologic stressor such as exposure to moderate or more aerobic exercise, sleep disturbances, and hypoglycemia, and low estradiol levels all lead to anxiety / depression symptoms that are treated as primary disorders when in fact they usually are secondary to the listed underlying causes. At JCRM, we try very hard to help patients reduce these stressors and treat hormone deficiencies that are so prevalent in our world today.
Michael D. Fox, MD
Jacksonville Center
Reproductive Medicine

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