Melatonin for your eggs?

eggIt’s most often heard of as something to help with jet lag, but new research suggests that melatonin may have an impact on egg and embryo quality in older women – although before you rush off to ask your doctor for melatonin supplements, be aware that it didn’t appear to have an impact on pregnancy rates.

The study found that women taking it seemed to have more mature eggs, a higher fertilisation rate and more top quality embryos. You can read more about the study here 

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