While you are trying to conceive, you and your partner should have a healthy body. Research shows that nutrients and vitamins play a remarkable role in making babies. If you and your husband have a low level of vitamins and nutrients, it might be difficult to conceive. The best way to increase the chances of getting pregnant that’s non-invasive is your healthy diet.
Unfortunately, almost 9% or 698 million people of the world population are living in extreme poverty, and in the USA, nearly 10.5% or 34 million people live in poverty. It’s difficult for them to eat a healthy diet. They can take supplements while struggling for a baby. All childbearing women should use supplements to prepare themselves to conceive a baby.
The supplements are artificial and alternative sources of vitamins and nutrients to fulfill the body’s needs. You know micronutrients are basic requirements for your body to run smoothly. Likewise, micronutrients play a vital role in fertility and reduce infertility rates.
Therefore, here we shed light on vitamins necessary for female health and enhance the chances of getting pregnant. Before you continue reading we would like to recommend reading Methyl-Life®’s “low histamine diet” article published recently.
Folic acid is the first preference of doctors; it helps during pregnancy and when you are trying to conceive. Doctors advise women to use folic acid at least one month before planning to conceive.
Folate supplements create a safe environment and optimize the growth of your baby. It also prevents or lowers the chances of neural tube defects in your baby. Women should intake 400 mg and 500-600 mg doses of folic acid prior to conception and after getting pregnant, respectively.
Co-enzyme Q10 is synthesized in your body and helps the human body via various processes. It improves the chances of ovarian response in women for in vitro fertilization (IVF). Q10 improves the chances of getting pregnant in women over 35.
It helps in the treatment of polycystic ovarian disorder. However, more research is needed to support its benefits for female fertility. The daily recommended dosage of Q10 varies from 1500-600 mg daily.
Vitamin D (sunshine vitamin) plays a crucial role in the female reproductive system. Research shows that a low vitamin D level is linked with infertility and polycystic ovarian disorder in women.
You can get vitamin D directly from the sun by standing in the sunlight. It may help ovarian stimulation and increases the fertility rates in women. The daily recommended doses of vitamin D vary from 400 to 800 IU (international units).
Iron is an important nutrient for women’s health prevents women from anemia. A study showed that iron deficiency causes ovulatory infertility, and it seemed that the use of iron supplements decreases the rate of ovulatory infertility.
Most women experience iron deficiency during pregnancy which causes anemia both in mother and baby. You should use iron supplements if you’ve experienced ovulatory infertility disorder or are pregnant. Please talk to your doctor before taking iron supplements.
L-arginine is an amino acid that may prove helpful for vegetarian women or taking low protein content. It may improve the thickness of the lining of the uterus in the female. Its daily dose ranges from 1000 to 2000 mg per day.
Vitamins play a vital role in female fertility and improve the chances of getting pregnant. Supplements contain vitamins and minerals used to meet the body’s daily requirements.
If your body experiences a deficiency of vital nutrients, which may decrease the chances of getting pregnant, increased infertility rates, you should use supplements by consulting your doctor.