New study reveals stress may affect infertility in women

March 24, 2014 1:08:52 PM PDT
If you're trying to have a baby, a new study reveals the key is not to stress about it.

Researchers at the Ohio State University Medical Center found that stress could affect infertility.

They studied 500 women for 12 months, collecting saliva from potential moms to check their stress levels.

They found women who were stressed doubled their infertility risk.

Researchers say women who want to get pregnant may want to consider yoga, meditation or other ways to reduce stress.