A new study has found that women with a vitamin D deficiency are far less likely to conceive through IVF treatment than those with the correct levels of the vitamin.
The study - the largest of its kind to date - was published by The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism (1) and found that women with sufficient levels of vitamin D (20 ng/ml) were almost twice as likely to conceive as those who were deficient.
Vitamin D, which can be produced in the skin by exposure to the sun, as well as being absorbed from fortified foods and specialist supplements, is fast becoming an emerging factor in fertility.
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References: (1) http://press.endocrine.org/doi/abs/10.1210/jc.2014-1802 (14th August 2014) (2) http://www.vitaminplanet.co.uk/d-max-br-46.aspx