When women are experiencing the pressure to conceive, it can put chemical production in their body on overdrive, even effecting hormone output. In some women, this might interfere with the normal ovulation cycle, temporarily delaying or even inhibiting egg release – which can negatively impact their ability to conceive.
The pressure can also result in suppression of a woman’s menstrual period. There’s a good chance that their sex drive is going to be negatively affected.
Sex begins to feel like a chore.
The perceived “Infertility” after an extensive period of ongoing pressure to conceive may make them feel less womanly. The breasts and hips, sexual symbols of childbearing and child nourishment, may not seem as sexy as they once felt. A woman may not understand how her partner can find her attractive, thinking that she is "damaged" by “infertility.”