Higher 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25(OH)D) is associated with increased fecundability

      In rodents, vitamin D deficiency has been associated with dramatic reductions in fertility and supplementation with vitamin D improves reproductive success (1). In women undergoing fertility treatment, vitamin D sufficiency has been associated with improved success rates, however, no studies have prospectively examined vitamin D status and spontaneous conception in women with no known fertility problems.
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