Assessing anti-mullerian hormone (AMH) is becoming more commonplace in older women to provide a measure for fertility expectations, or 'ovarian reserve'. But what is the evidence telling us?
Evidence seems to suggest that pyridoxine and pyridoxal are prodrugs for Pyrodoxal-5-Phosphate (P5P), and that it is the P5P which has the intended therapeutic antiemetic effect.
In the first study of its kind, researchers have evaluated the effects of vitamin B12 combined with dietary protein on methionine metabolism, placental gene expression and DNA methylation in pregnant women with low vitamin B12 status.
Pregnancy; it's one of those times in your life you do not want to get sick! Largely because 'normal' treatments are off-limits. So - what can women turn safely to?
A recent study has found that Vitamin B3 (niacin) could play a prophylactic role in the prevention of congenital malformations.