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Recent studies on vitamin-D levels in pregnancy appear to contradict each other. One, from the University of Bristol, said maternal vitamin-D levels don’t affect the child’s bone health. A second, from the University of Calgary, said low levels cause pregnancy complications.
A third study, from 2018, looked at vitamin D and IVF treatment
. It found better live-birth rates when patients had enough vitamin D in their systems after IVF cycles
. So should pregnant women monitor their vitamin-D levels? Read on.