There is a correlation between taking a general multivitamin and fewer ovulation problems, reports TheBump.com. However, iron and calcium supplements in particular may aid in getting pregnant. Supplementation with coenzyme Q10 has also been found to improve egg quality in older mice, while omega-3 fatty acids may improve embryo quality.
Women should aim to get at least 8 milligrams of zinc daily because it is associated with ovulation and fertility, according to TheBump.com, and for women of childbearing age, the American Pregnancy Association recommends taking 400 micrograms of folic acid daily. Folic acid is a key component of red blood cells, which are required in surplus when providing circulation for a fetus, and it also prevents neural tube defects in the fetus. Zinc and folic acid work together in the synthesis of DNA and RNA. Women should aim to ingest 18 milligrams of iron daily, but pregnant women may need up to 27 milligrams to support red blood cell production.
In addition, women trying to get pregnant should consume roughly 1000 milligrams of calcium daily, according to TheBump.com. A mother needs to have adequate calcium to support herself and the developing child's needs. Animal studies have found that coenzyme Q10 improves egg quality in older individuals, and health professionals recommend 30 to 200 milligrams of the supplement spread throughout the day for adult humans.