Losing weight improves sexual function in women, but not their fertility, a new study shows.
“The effects of weight loss on reproductive function are more modest than we hypothesized. In terms of ovulation, there doesn’t appear to be a window after [gastric bypass] surgery where fertility is improved,” says Richard Legro, professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Penn State.
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