Our expert says:
There is considerable debate and in the literature as to whether supplements make any difference in actual fertility outcomes; even in cases of so-called unexplained infertility it is dubious whether supplementing will give you any statistically significant results. Obviously, in cases were there is a definite dietary deficiency or were there is an associated malabsorbsion syndrome, then supplementation is of great value in this instance. However it would be important to first investigate the presence of such deficiency or malabsorbtion syndromes before recommending any treatment. I would certainly advise you to have the cause of your fertility problem thoroughly evaluated and to take the appropriate measures as indicated by the problem.
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