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Sunday, August 27, 2017

STUDY SHOWS VITAMIN D HELPS FERTILITY IN MEN AND WOMEN

Even though I'm big on sunscreen because of the threat of skin cancer, some sun exposure can be very good for you and your fertility.  A lack of vitamin D can adversely affect your fertility.  This article talks about a study on the subject.  If you can't get out in the sun on a regular basis, you should consider taking a supplement.  Read more:

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Dr Elisabeth Lerchbaum, from the Medical University of Graz, has led much research on the effects of vitamin D supplementation in different aspects of male and female fertility. Research from her
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group and others suggests vitamin D affects many aspects of fertility in both genders, including influencing production and maturation of sperm cells in men, egg cell and uterine lining maturation in women, and sex hormone production in both sexes. Vitamin D levels have been associated with in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) outcome, some features of PCOS and endometriosis in women. In men, levels of vitamin D have been linked to semen quality and male hormone levels in both fertile and infertile men.

Further studies have shown beneficial effects of vitamin D supplementation in some stages of egg cell maturation and menstrual cycle regulation in women suffering from PCOS. Other findings suggest benefits of vitamin D supplementation in metabolic conditions -such as type-2 diabetes, obesity and metabolic syndrome- in PCOS women.
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