4. Chemical Exposure
If you work around harsh chemicals, you can expect to have experience more difficulty when trying to conceive. If you have conceived, chemical exposure may yield serious or potential lethal birth defects. It is important to remain chemical free while trying to conceive and once pregnant to prevent damage to yourself or your child.
If you tend to stress out, your body will be less likely to conceive. When the body undergoes stressful conditions, hormones are not produced on a normal schedule. Stress tends to cause the body to overproduce unhealthy hormones causing the body to react in a way that negatively effects fertility along with other normal bodily functions.