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ObGyn Risk Factors Center

ObGyn-related risk factors include diet and nutrition choices (e.g., caffeine, alcohol), exercise and fitness habits, and other lifestyle considerations (e.g., tobacco use, tampon use). Exposure to certain substances can affect risk (e.g., DES exposure increases cancer risk). Weight problems or obesity can increase the risk of infertility.

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