Washington: Taking anti-aging pills could improve the chances of conception in infertile women, says a study.Adrian Shulman, professor of Tel Aviv University`s Sackler Faculty of Medicine, has found a connection between the vitamin supplement DHEA, used to counter the effects of aging, and successful pregnancy rates in women.
The latter group took 75 mg of the supplement daily for 40 days before starting fertility treatments.Not only were women who combined infertility treatment with DHEA more likely to conceive, they were also more likely to experience a healthy pregnancy and delivery."In the DHEA group, there was a 23 percent live birth rate as opposed to a four percent rate in the other group. Moreover, in the DHEA group, all but one ended in healthy deliveries," explains Shulman.Shulman believes that women who are finding little success with their current fertility treatments could look to DHEA to improve their chances of conceiving, said a Tel Aviv University release."We recommend that women try this DHEA treatment, in conjunction with fertility treatments, for four to five months," Shulman says.IANS
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