MediNewsDigest: Yes, the environment is affecting women’s fecundity. But the unexpected  result of this study is that it seems magnesium helps and  zinc can hinder. Follow this link to the multiple source US  paper entered in ScienceDirect

Quoting:”….Trace exposures to metals may affect female reproductive health…Adjusted models suggest a 51.5% increase in the probability for pregnancy per 3.60 μg/L increase in Mg (P = 0.062), and a 27.7% decrease per 0.54 μg/L increase in Zn (P = 0.114)…”

This is an environmental study, not a discussion on supplements. That is probably the next issue…

As always talk to your doctor…

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