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    anjana.s is offline Newbie
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    Question diet during ivf

    HiI am 39 year old,staying in chennai and planning to take Ivf ,would like to know if there is any special diet recommended before starting this treatment??..would also like to know about reliable IVF clinic in and around Delhisnce my mother stays there?

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    Re: diet during ivf

    dear anjana,

    1. Multivitamins – A good quality multivitamin is a must for those trying to conceive and subsequently nurture the growing fetus. Studies indicate that a daily multivitamin can reduce the risk of ovulatory failure, with women taking 6 multivitamin tablets a week being 41% less prone to this condition. Ask your doctor for recommendations
    Folic Acid - Women trying to conceive are encouraged to take this B group vitamin to help with fertility and their baby’s health as it can guard against certain birth defects. A commonly recommended amount is 600mcg per day, but check with your doctor
    Essential Fatty Acids – These healthy fats are found in sea foods such as salmon and tuna. These can help treat PCOS and help to maintain a healthy pregnancy and prevent premature birth
    Wheat Grass – Eating more alkaline foods can help to provide the cervical mucous with the correct pH levels which can help with conceiving and implantation. It is also vitamin rich and can be taken throughout pregnancy
    L-Arginine - This amino acid helps to promote healthy circulation and relaxed blood vessels and can improve female fertility by supporting endometrial secretions and increasing cervical mucus
    Royal Jelly – Advice for IVF patients sometimes includes taking Royal Jelly. This is the superfood eaten by the queen bee which enables her to lay huge numbers of eggs daily. It should be taken for 2 months before the IVF process begins
    COQ10 – This can help the eggs retain their integrity by protecting them from free radicals.

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