Washington: A new study has revealed that there is no high quality evidence that antioxidant supplements help increase a woman`s chances of having a baby.According to the results of a new systematic review, women were no more likely to conceive when taking oral antioxidants and that there was limited information about potential harms.Around a quarter of couples planning a baby are thought to have difficulty conceiving.Women undergoing fertility treatment often take dietary supplements, including antioxidants, to try to increase their chances of becoming pregnant.
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