A study from researchers in Copenhagen that was published in the scientific journal Human Reproduction tested the effects the relationship between Vitamin D and the sperm cells produced by 300 men. The study reinforces past studies that suggest a link between Vitamin D and sperm quality and in particular it identifies a correlation between Vitamin D levels and sperm mobility.
While lower semen quality can be the result of a large number of causes, Vitamin D deficiency has been identified as one of them. This doesn’t necessarily mean that taking a bunch of Flintstones Vitamins will make your sperm swim faster. The researchers have concluded that they need to test this more before they make any recommendations for altering fertility treatment.
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