While a bit of positive stress can be healthy known as eustress. Stress due to infertility is typically experienced at higher than average levels which may quickly run the body down. Consistent, very high levels of stress can cause normal functioning systems of the body to “shut down” even if temporarily. This “shut down” may effect the function of the heart, lungs and nervous system. Negatively impacting the overall health of the body. One of the body systems readily affected by stress is the reproductive system. It is important to learn the relationship between stress and your fertility and then diligently work to lower stress levels every day. In conclusion, eat well, exercise, manage stress, and consider herbs and natural therapies to support and promote regular ovulation. They are steps that are relatively easy to adhere to and important for anyone on their fertility journey.