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Is Spring The Best Season To Conceive?

By Dr. Jesús Alberto Félix Atondo

Spring has long been associated with renewal, rejuvenation, and new beginnings. It’s the time of year when the days are longer, the world seems to come back to life, and everything seems to bloom. It’s also a popular time of year for couples trying to have a baby. But is spring the best season to conceive?

Today our fertility specialists will discuss the pros and cons of conceiving in the spring and some tips for couples seeking to increase their chances of achieving their dream and help you decide whether this is the right time of year for you.




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The Connection Between Spring And Fertility

Springtime and fertility have been linked throughout history. In many cultures, spring is a time of fertility rituals and celebrations.

For example, in ancient Greece, the festival of Dionysus was celebrated in the spring and was associated with fertility and the rebirth of nature.

While In Hinduism, the celebration of Holi is also celebrated in the spring and is associated with fertility and new beginnings.



Pros Of Conceiving In Spring

  • Longer days and more sunlight. Spring brings longer days and more sunlight, which can benefit couples trying to conceive. Sunlight helps regulate the body’s natural rhythms, including the menstrual cycle. Exposure to sunlight also increases vitamin D levels, which is linked to better fertility rates.

  • Improve mood. Spring is a time of year that’s often associated with improved mood and increased energy levels. The longer days and warmer weather can make people feel more hopeful, which can be helpful for couples trying to conceive. In addition, studies have shown that stress and anxiety can negatively impact fertility rates, so anything that can help reduce stress levels can be beneficial.

  • Seasonal foods. Spring is a time when many delicious and nutritious seasonal foods are available. Eating a healthy and balanced diet is essential for fertility, and incorporating seasonal fruits and vegetables can help provide the necessary nutrients. For example, leafy greens like spinach and kale are high in folic acid, essential for fetal development. And fruits like strawberries and cherries are highly antioxidants and linked to improved fertility rates.


Cons Of Conceiving In Springtime

  • Allergy season. While spring brings many benefits, it’s also allergy season. Allergies can make it more difficult to conceive, as they can impact hormone levels and cause inflammation. In addition, allergy medications can have adverse side effects on fertility, so it’s important to talk to fertility specialists about any medications you may be taking.

  • Busy schedules. Spring is a busy time of year for many people, with holidays like Easter and Memorial Day and graduations, weddings, and other events. Busy schedules can make finding time to make a baby challenging and may increase stress levels. It’s essential to prioritize time for intimacy and relaxation, even during busy times.

  • Temperature fluctuations. Spring weather can be unpredictable, with temperature fluctuations that can impact fertility. Sudden temperature changes can affect hormone levels, making it more difficult to conceive. It’s essential to pay attention to your body and monitor temperature changes to help optimize fertility.


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Dr. Jesús Alberto Félix Atondo

Gynecology, Obstetrics and Biology of Human Reproduction Surgeon at the Autonomous University of Guadalajara, specialist Biologist of Human Reproduction by the Mexican Institute of Infertility.

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