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Tsheza Adams
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Well, I’m not a doctor but I don’t believe they have any direct link.

Fertility problems arise as a result of a many factors.

Less common causes of fertility problems in women include:
  • Blocked fallopian tubes due to pelvic inflammatory disease, endometriosis, or surgery for an ectopic pregnancy.
  • Physical problems with the uterus.
  • Uterine fibroids, which are non-cancerous clumps of tissue and muscle on the walls of the uterus.

And you can see, these have nothing to do with whether a woman is a virgin or not…so virginity doesn’t directly affect a woman’s fertility.

Alex Socorro
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Being fertile has nothing to do with virginity although in our culture during the olden times a barren woman is blamed for her non-virginity even if she was a virgin before marriage. For medical reasons the fertility of the woman has many possible reasons like the over-acting or under-acting ovaries which is the case of my wife’s infertility.

SireRumu Rumu
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Masud Rumu

By stating fruitful in connection to marriage and specifically the woman, am assuming you’re referring to being fertile. If that’s the case, then I don’t think being a virgin is a guarantee of being fertile in women. Am made to believe that being fertile means being able to conceive and reproduce. Although virginity is associated with sex which is the first step involved before being pregnant, virginity or not has nothing to do with fertility. Being a virgin often means total absence from sexual activity. Being fertile means having a good working reproductive system. Clearly you can see the difference… Read more »

ebube echefu
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No definitely not you can be a virgin but due to one or two complications still be infertile some of this abnormalities are ovulation problems, abnormal uterine, older age unhealthy body weight, endometriosis,polycystic ovary syndrome, hypothalamic dysfunction, irregular cycle to mention but a few a virgin may still have issues getting pregnant its not necessarily a guarantee that virginity is fertility

Adapala Koteshwar Rao
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Virginity and Fertility are entirely two different issues. Virginity is a state of keeping oneself away from having any sex since the time of birth. That can be by the of choice of an individual or for any reason known to her. But being virgin will never assure that the reproductive system is fertile for her. That may be fertile or may not be. To have healthy and fertile reproductive system one needs to have proper hormones secreted in the body by various organs. Then the organs on which these hormones are influencing they should be normally functional to be… Read more »

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