In a recent study conducted by the University College of London, it was found that women who were trying to conceive a baby through IVF and failed saw their chances drastically improve when taking prenatal vitamins, according to TopNews.us.
“There is a large body of evidence establishing the relationship between placental development, fetal growth, pregnancy outcomes and adequate nutrition, particularly vitamin intake,” Dr. Rina Agarwal, the lead researcher for the study, told the news source.
The study followed 56 women between the ages of 18 and 40 and was divided into groups taking multi-nutrient supplements, while the other was simply given folic acid supplements. After a significant period of time, the women taking multivitamins succeeded in conceiving a baby 60 percent of the time, while only 25 percent of the ladies taking folic acids supplements were successful.
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