Can spending more time in the sun boost fertility of women in their 30s and ... trends now

Can spending more time in the sun boost fertility of women in their 30s and ... trends now
Can spending more time in the sun boost fertility of women in their 30s and ... trends now

Can spending more time in the sun boost fertility of women in their 30s and ... trends now

Researchers found egg reserves in decline responded positively to sunlight Experts say older ovaries need 'optimal environmental' factors to function

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Exposure to the sun's UV rays may have a positive effect on fertility in women aged 30 to 40, say scientists.

The ovaries of women in the 'late reproductive' age range were found to secrete more AMH hormone, which is linked to ovarian function, during the summer.

Researchers studied 2,235 Israeli women and found those whose egg reserves were in decline responded positively to sunlight.

Professor Carmit Levy, of Tel Aviv University, hailed the study as 'pioneering' but said more research will be needed to confirm the findings.

Researchers studied 2,235 Israeli women and found those whose egg reserves were in decline responded positively to sunlight

Researchers studied 2,235 Israeli women and found those whose egg reserves were in decline responded positively to sunlight 

She said: 'This is very encouraging news for women who are trying to have children later in life.

'We still need to establish how much sunlight a woman needs to get these benefits, but I guess it will be

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