Asthma Linked to Delayed Fertility


By Molly Clifton

A new study finds women who have asthma take longer to get pregnant.

Researchers in Demark found women who have the respiratory condition were more likely to try for more than a year to conceive.

The risk went up even more for asthma sufferers who didn’t get treatment. 

Researchers say the inflammation caused by asthma may account for the delayed fertility.

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