When you’re trying for a child, you’ll do anything to improve your chances. Along the way, you’ll get told various bits of advice from friends, family and even doctors – incuding the use of antioxidants to improve fertility. To add the evidence to the mix, here’s a review from the Cochrane database, based on 28 randomised controlled trials.
They found that antioxidant therapy did not increase rates of pregnancy, but also weren’t associated wtih miscarriage or multiple/ectopic pregnancy.
For more, read it here.
source | Cochrane Summaries
image | Johannes Jander