Using Vitamin B-6 to Help Fertility

fertility monitor    Salmon is rich in Vitamin B-6.

Vitamin B-6 can play a critical role in fertility.  It can be especially helpful for dealing with the condition of luteal phase defect. Luteal phase defect (LPD) causes the menstrual cycle to be shortened to less than 10 days. Therefore, the uterine lining does not mature properly. As a result, the fertilized egg does not implant or the woman is not able to maintain a pregnancy.

When diagnosed with a problem like luteal phase defect, most women wonder how to treat the condition. Vitamin B-6 is one of the most common and natural ways in which to treat a luteal phase defect. When trying to conceive, it is important that a woman makes sure she has adequate amounts of the vitamin in her daily diet in order to maintain a healthy luteal phase.

Vitamin B-6 can actually provide benefits both before and during pregnancy. In addition to helping treat luteal phase defect, studies have suggested that taking a B-6 supplement during pregnancy can reduce morning sickness and its symptoms. It is not known exactly why this works, but taking B-6 has been long-known to help pregnancy-related nausea.

Many women faced with the struggles of infertility understandably have feelings of frustration and even failure. If you are experiencing difficulty, check with your doctor to see if vitamin B-6 could be a healthy option to help you with fertility. Your doctor may suggest a supplement and/or a diet rich in vitamin B-6, including:

  • Fish (especially salmon and yellow fin tune)
  • Chicken breast
  • Beef
  • Potatoes
  • Starchy vegetables
  • Fruit (other than citrus)

Additionally, Lady-Comp Baby fertility monitor is an excellent aid for women experiencing fertility challenges. Lady-Comp Baby allows you to know how long your luteal phase is, which can help you identify your specific fertility challenge and treat it correctly.

Have you had any personal experiences with using vitamin B-6 for fertility? Please share them in the comments section below!

5 thoughts on “Using Vitamin B-6 to Help Fertility

  1. Take B6 800mg/day for 30 days each day.. you WILL get pregnant. It has worked for some who have tried many times with invitro. I took B6 like this 3 times to concieve! Kids are 10, 8 and 7 🙂 Should also know your “time” of the month to concieve…you are usally “gooey” down there and that’s a clue that you are “ready”. It’s only like 2 or 3 days so you have to be having sex in that small window of time.

  2. I take b6 selenium, larginie,b12 iron, zinc30 mg, vitamin e 400 IU b complex multivitamin cod liver oil, calcium ,vitamin d 5000 IU magnesium 400 mg chromium picconalte hoping that I will conceive.

    • While these are all good supplements to be taking, be sure to consult your healthcare provider to determine the correct amounts and that they will not negatively interact with each other.

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