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How Vitamin E Increases Fertility

on Sep 02, 2012

by Alyssia Granger

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How Vitamin E Increases Fertility

Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that has shown tremendous benefits in boosting men's fertility and in more limited studies, women's fertility too.

Vitamin E is a vitamin that is very beneficial to health. A lot of people take Vitamin E supplements and eat foods that are rich in Vitamin E in order to reap its benefits. Some of the benefits of Vitamin E are improved heart health, respiratory health, circulatory health, brain health and PMS symptom relief. Vitamin E is found naturally in such foods as almonds and other nuts, sunflower seeds, spinach and apricots. But, the real question here is: can Vitamin E help with fertility? Today we are going to tackle that question and find out! Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

Vitamin E for men

Vitamin E is commonly recommended for men to help them fight fertility issues. Low levels of Vitamin E are usually found in men with fertility problems. So, by using a Vitamin E supplement, men can increase their fertility. Vitamin E can help improve sperm mobility and quality, making it easier for a woman to get pregnant. Vitamin E has also been shown to reduce sperm defects in men, which can lead to less risk of birth defects or miscarriage. The numbers are actually really good, showing that men who take Vitamin E supplements for even just a few months, can see up to a 10% increase in fertility.

Vitamin E for women

It is true that most of Vitamin E’s fertility research has been done on men, but that is not to say that there are no benefits for women as well! Vitamin E can increase cervical mucus in women, which is essential for helping sperm to stay alive for several days at a time. Vitamin E can also help to prevent egg defects and increase overall egg health in women which can lessen the chances of birth defects and miscarriage. Some studies also suggest that Vitamin E can lengthen the luteal phase of the cycle also. There is still much more research to be done on Vitamin E and fertility in women, however, since most of the research done so far has been for men. We are excited to see what benefits for women research will uncover in the future!

Like we have mentioned before, the research on Vitamin E and fertility is still in its early stages. We are looking forward to seeing what the studies uncover in the future. Since Vitamin E is already such a great supplement and provides so many benefits, we are sure there are more to come. But with what they have already discovered, if you’re trying for baby, it’s high time to go to your local drug store and look to begin Vitamin E supplements.

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Alyssia is mom to 2 giggley twin girls, Sophia and Emma, and son Hunter. She's a Southern girl, passionate about photography, travel and her husband Josh.

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  • cindyedenbaby

    I’ve been trying to get pregnant but I CAnt.we have sex almost every day. Wat can I do to get pregnant fast. I really want to be a mommy N Its wired How I haven’t gotten pregnant because I’ve never have taken care of my self n stuff..help!!

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  • Dr. Prabha Sahgal, MD

    Make sure you are prepared from all aspects; physically, mentally, financially. Having more relaxed and enjoyable sex before the approximate ovulation date helps. And avoid having sex all the time.  If you’ve been having irregular ovulation dates, you can try an ovulation kit. There are other methods like noting your basal body temperature (BBT) or noticing your cervical mucus but they could be tricky. Do not lose or gain too much weight as this leads to hormonal imbalances. Your ObGyn will also advise you to get all your routine blood tests and pelvic sonography done. A nutritious, well-balanced diet with vitamins (like folic acid) and mineral supplements is essential. Avoid caffeine, chocolate, and artificial sweeteners.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/jamila.saif.9 Jamila Saif

    i am 44 and i use lezra and IVF-M injection may i pregnant or not

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  • Dr. Prabha Sahgal, MD

     Trying to conceive in your 40′s is much tougher than TTC in your 30′s but yes, Lezra and IVF-M injection can help you get pregnant. But the best way to know for sure is to consult a fertility specialist so he can check your overall health and discuss your fertility options. Meanwhile, you can boost your fertility by taking folic acid and calcium supplements and keeping yourself healthy by eating right, exercising regularly and avoiding stress.

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  • Fmarisol22

    I had a miss a miscarriage in Sep. what can i take to help me get pregnant and have a healthy pregnancy?

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  • maan

    Im Mary and trying to conceive for more than two years, Im diagnosed with PCOS and my ObGyn advised me to take metformin and folic acid…should i add vit E and B Complex on my med- taking schedule? tanx

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  • Monica Scott, RN

    We are sorry for your loss. You can still have a healthy pregnancy after what had happened and here are our tips: first of course take prenatal vitamins; the most important is folic acid. Secondly have a healthy living, consume enough amounts of vegetables and fruits, limit intake of caffeine and sodas. QUIT smoking and alcohol consumption. Third, do it again when you are ready, have a healthy sex life. Forth, track your cycles, ovulation and fertility. Fifth, go for preconception examination, test yourself and find a supportive obgyne. And lastly, don’t lose hope.

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  • Dr. Christine Lee, MD

    Yes, I do recommend you to add vitamin B complex and E on your medication. These vitamins are essential for women with PCOS in such a way that B complex vitamins regulate enzymatic reactions within your body, while Vitamin E enhances the immune system, prevents diabetes and combats infertility.

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  • girl

    i am 35 year my hubby is 76 is that still work to us that i could be get pregnant, he had a low sprm count. pls help

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  • janey

    Hi… I’ve been hoping and wishing to get pregnant., we’re having sex as well almost every day, but still no luck. I have irregular cycle, could this be the reason., what vitamins should I take to have regular cycle? Pls. Help

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  • D.LAV

    I am 30yr and trying to get pregnant.presently I am taking vitamin e ,folic acid and cormate.stil I can not see any sound.

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  • Dr. Renee Hanton, MD

    There are lots of ways to help you conceive but I would recommend that you visit your doctor before trying to conceive so you can have your health and family history evaluated to determine why you haven’t conceived yet. In the meantime, you may try having sex every other day to ensure that your fertile windows are covered boosting your chances of conception.

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  • justine

    Ive been trying to conceive for almost a year and until now i havent get pregnant,we do not have regular contacts,it would be lucky if i and my partner can meet for 3 times a month because we have a conflict schedule,i already took clomid but still it doesnt work,do you think if i try to have pap smear,is there a chance that i can get pregnant fast and what vitamins should i take?please help.thank you..

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  • yapi

    I am 38 years old and diagnosed with asymptomatic hypertension and I really want to get pregnant. is there still a chance for me to have a baby?!

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  • Dr. Renee Hanton, MD

    A preconception visit to your doctor is advisabled before trying to conceive. You both need to have your health and family history evaluated to ensure that there are no underlying issues that is preventing you from conceiving. As for prenatal vitamins, you may take a combination of folic acid and vitamins B6 and B12 as it is known to prevent miscarriages and born deffect.

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  • sayy

    Hi!!! I’m 41 and my hubby is 48 we’ve been wanting to have a baby but the problem is my hubby’s sperm cell is unhealthy ( count, motility,shapes, liquifaction). He had a child from previous relationship which means his sperm cell is normal before. What when wrong? is there a chance that we could still conceive? what are the possible ways? please help us!!!

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  • Ali

    I have been dignosed with pco and was on fertility medicine last month but got my periods on 5th of october and went to the doctor on 10th day found out I have developed ohss from fertility injections. Doctor told me to try like this without the injections this cycle and on 21st day of my cycle I have had on and off cramping since 15th day but today morning cramps were real bad and now I have started to spot and then 22 day i had heavy flow with bad cramps. Wht is it tht I am going throughh right now and are there any chances of me getting pregnent. And yes I have never missed periods could be late by 10 days or early by 2 days bit never missed it completely.

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  • Davi d

    What type of vitamin e would you recommend to help me (male) with fertility problem such as low sperm count

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  • salma

    am 26yrs and wish to be a mother so i have been taking folic acid and vitamin e for 2 month now and i just missed my period for a day so is it possible to be pregnant

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