Chances of conceiving don't rise with antioxidant supplements

08/6/2013 | HealthDay News

An analysis of the results of 28 clinical studies involving more than 3,500 women did not find evidence that taking antioxidant supplements improved the odds of pregnancy. The likelihood of conceiving was not higher in women who took antioxidant supplements compared with those who received placebo or standard treatment, researchers reported in The Cochrane Library.

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