Scientists may have found a beverage bioactive compound in improving the chance of fertility in female without inducing any side effects, some studies found,
Infertility is a condition characterized by the inability to get pregnant after 12 months of frequent and unprotected sex of a couple. Women who can carry the term of pregnancy are also considered as infertile.
Oxidative stress may also lead to embryo fragmentation and formation of numerous developmental abnormalities and is regarded to be one of the important reasons for spontaneous and recurrent miscarriage
Oral administered green tea polyphenols (GrTPs) inhibits the overexpression of ROS showed to restore the embryo fragmentation and formation of numerous developmental abnormalities and increase the quality of female gametes, mostly via the capability of catechins to reduce ROS production.
Dr, Rahman SU, the lead scientist at the final report, said, "the therapeutic effects of GrTPs against infertility, their possible mechanisms of action, and recommended supportive therapy for improving fertility in humans and in animals".
* Green tea catechins potentially improves the oocyte maturation and may inhibit in-vitro maturation of the oocyte
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