The Effect of Multidisciplinary Supervised Weight Loss on Quality of Life

Understanding How Obesity Affects Infertility

Having a child is a defining moment in the life of many people. However, for a growing portion of the population, conceiving a child is increasingly difficult. People with obesity, a body mass index (BMI) higher than 30 kg/m2, are more likely than those of a healthy weight to have trouble conceiving, even with the aid of fertility treatments.


In this exclusive White Paper, learn about:

  • Challenges to conception for women with obesity
  • Challenges to conception for men with obesity
  • Weight loss recommendations for preconception lifestyle change


Many of the negative outcomes linked to obesity-related infertility in women and men can be mediated, and weight loss prior to conception also helps negate many pregnancy risks. As always, any weight loss program undertaken during anystage of preconception and pregnancy should be medically managed to ensure safety. Learn more by downloading this complementary White Paper, then contact Robard to discuss how you can offer a safe and proven medically-supervised obesity treatment program to your patients.


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