According to recent researches, it is found that women who suffered from problems while getting pregnant are likely to develop heart diseases. But the direct connection of the cardiovascular disease and fertility is still blurred.
Dr. Nisha Parikh, a cardiologist from the University of Hawaii stated that "We need to find out what it is about being sub-fertile that puts a woman at excess risk of heart disease."
It is possible that one can suffer from irregular menstrual problems, obesity, thyroid due to subfertility. The hormonal imbalance can sometimes cause the polycystic ovarian syndrome. Dr. C. Matthew Peterson, a fertility specialist at the University of Utah said that "For a long time, we've wondered if conditions like polycystic syndrome may predispose women to cardiovascular risk."
Eminent doctors have successfully found out that women who were unable to become pregnant after at least five years of trial have increased the affinity of developing cardiovascular diseases. But women who conceived easily had a healthy life as a bliss.