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"Nutritional supplementation may provide an attractive alternative or complement to conventional fertility therapy," according to a study published in the April Journal of Reproductive Medicine. The double-blind placebo-controlled study followed thirty women aged 24-46 who had tried unsucessfully to conceive for 6 to 36 months. Women received three capsules of either FertilityBlend or placebo per day for three menstrual cycles. After five months, five of the 15 women in the supplement group were pregnant compared to no pregnancies in the placebo group, Lynn Westphal, MD, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Stanford University, et al. find. Daily Wellness Company's FertilityBlend contains chasteberry, l-arganine. An earlier study evaluating the supplement was announced in 2002 (1"The Tan Sheet" May 20, 2002, In Brief)...

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