In this 2015 study at the Medical University of Vienna, researchers found that 13.5% of pregnant women had asymptomatic candida infections that predisposed them to preterm delivery and low birth weight babies - http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26084843
They concluded that, "Recurrent asymptomatic vaginal colonization with Candida in early pregnancy is associated with preterm delivery and low birthweight. Routine screening and consequent treatment for candidiasis could improve pregnancy outcomes."
We've had over 54 women, diagnosed as infertile, due the Candida Plan and go on to conceive babies and have successful pregnancies.
If you're thinking of getting pregnant, correct fungal candida imbalances to improve birth outcomes.