according to 2021 Frontiers in Endocrinology Scientific reviewLow level of vitamin D is associated with suboptimal outcomes for both mother and baby during pregnancy and some female hormonal problems that can affect fertility.
However, even healthy women with no known hormonal health issues may find it difficult to get pregnant if they have lower levels of vitamin D. in 2019 human reproduction studyIn this study, researchers found a direct relationship between vitamin D status and the likelihood of pregnancy in women trying to conceive.
Women with optimal levels of vitamin D [i.e., 25(OH)D levels above 50 ng/ml] The likelihood of pregnancy during the six-month study was 3.4 times more than women clinically deficient in vitamin D. [i.e., 25(OH)D levels below 20 ng/ml].
Given that a large segment of the population suffers from vitamin D deficiency or insufficiency (29% and 41% of adults in the United Statesrespectively), couples planning to get pregnant anytime soon would be wise to consider their vitamin D levels first.
And I said yes couples—Men make up 50% of the pregnancy formula, and Vitamin D is important very. In the 2020 review of International Journal of Men’s HealthVitamin D has been found Improve sperm motility (which is important for Male fertility results). *