Female infertility,  Infertility,  Nutrition

Best supplements and vitamins to boost female fertility

First of all I would like to say that I am talking from my own experience. I recommend these supplements because they worked on me and my doctor and my acupuncturist recommend them to boost my fertility. But please, before to buy any supplement or if you have any question reach your doctor first.

I know all women who are searching a baby, at some point, they ask themselves: What can I do to help to conceive? What can I do to have a healthy pregnancy?

Well, supplements work. They help to conceive and specially they help to improve eggs quality and embryo implantation. But supplements alone are not enough. A correct fertility diet and some moderate exercise are the key to bring health to your reproductive system, specially if you have an hormonal imbalance like PCOS.

What supplements I do recommend?

Conception Fertility Prenatal Vitamins

Some complete supplement that contains Myo-Inositol (a key supplement for eggs quality, specially for women with PCOS) and also Zinc, Selenium, Vitamins B, Folic Acid…

The Conception Fertility Pretanatal vitamins that I recommend also contains a little bit of Vitex, and herb that helps to regulate pregosterone and hormonal imbalance.

Folic Acid

Folic acid is really important for the embryo development. So even the first supplement I suggest already contains Folic acid. I do recommend to take a special supplement just for it. Keep in mind that the Folic acid that your body does not need it, it will be expulsed by your own organism.


Melatonin supplement helps to sleep better. But also helps to grew better and high quality eggs.  If your levels of melatonin are too low your follicles will be inmature or incorrectly formed. Also a better sleep helps to balance your hormones.

But keep in consideration, that a supplement with Melatonin should be taken for a short period of time because it can affect the body’s ability to produce its own melatonin.

Vitamin D

Almost the entire world population is deficient in vitamin D. This vitamin is essential for the proper functioning of the immune and endocrine systems.

But what is the relationship between vitamin D level and fertility? In the case of women, there are receptors for this vitamin in the ovary, uterus and placenta, so it is easy to deduce that vitamin D is essential for their proper development and function.

According to many scientists, vitamin D is related to the quality of the ovarian tissue and the endometrium and favors the correct implantation of the embryo in the maternal uterus.

Omega 3

Omega 3 is not a vitamin, it is a fatty acid. It is what we call, a healthy fat. The Omega 3 has DHA and EPA, which are two long chain fatty acids, very important for our health. They regulate the inflammatory process (an inflamed endometrium decreases the embryo’s implantation rate) and also balance the hormonal and inmunological system.

Coenzyme Q10

This is a GREAT antioxidant that greatly helps oocyte quality along with vitamin E. It is already clear that Coenzyme Q10 is one of the greatest antioxidants that we can take to improve the natural oxidation of our cells. We can find it in the meat of Grass-fed cattle, herrings, free-range chicken, sesame, pistachios, broccoli, cauliflower, oranges, strawberries, eggs, sardines, and mackerel. But it is difficult to reach an adequate dose only with food … so my recommendation is thatyou should also consume it as a supplement, on a daily basis, and pay attention, in the form of UBIQUINOL, that is the way that your body is going to receiveit better!!!

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