The days are longer, the heat, the sunshine and the weekend excursions are a must in summer that help to realize the advantages of summer.
But why is summer the most convenient season for an IVF procedure?
It has been scientifically proven that it is not only animals that have higher conception rates during the warmer months of spring and summer. A woman is also more likely to ovulate and conceive in the spring and summer. The medical community believes that the sun and therefore vitamin D can positively affect the ability to conceive. This is one of the main advantages of Mediterranean countries, such as Greece.
According to a study conducted in Liverpool and presented to the American Society of Reproductive Medicine, conception rates increased from 7.5% in winter to 15.7% in summer.
Historically, trends have varied with the seasons. Today, researchers see this trend in in vitro fertilization as well. You can read more about IVF in our previous article IVF Causes & Stages.