Women taking multivitamins had a 66.7% chance of conceiving after a fertility procedure to stimulate ovulation, while women not taking a multivitamin had a mere 39% chance of becoming pregnant.
As part of a range of fertility treatments, doctors give fertility-challenged women drugs like clomiphene to cause mature or troubled ovaries to produce many eggs at once, increasing the odds of conception.
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