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  • research from 2013+
  • available clinical trials, those that started, followed, or ended.
  • research participants from 1000+
Medium
  • research from 2010+
  • research participants from 100+
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  • p-value (10 ^ -50 - 10 ^ -800)

Fertility

Genetics plays a crucial role in the reproductive health of men and women. However, key factors like diet and stress can be managed to improve reproductive health. Elevated levels of homocysteine and Vitamin E may also increase the risk of infertility and pregnancy complications.

Homocysteine / Predisposition to homocysteine accumulation

An amino acid that is often linked to pregnancy complications, miscarriage, and infertility. Your homocysteine content largely depends on how well your body can digest B vitamins.

Vitamin E / Quality of vitamin E assimilation

Is an antioxidant which is essential for the healthy functioning of the reproductive system. It is vital for the reproductive health both men (sperm mobility) and women (conception, embryogenesis, etc). But excessive accumulation of it may be also harmful. Keeping vitamin E in check is an important step to healthy fertility.