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    Congratulations siennasmummy!!!!! Xoxoxox

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    yay siennasmummy i was wondering if you were gonna post in here with the news lol i wish the rest of you ladies were on the facebook page to would make it easier

    i got another pos opk this morning, this was them yesterday and today

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    this was just this morninIMG_20140530_072524_800.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rainbow2015 View Post
    There are not enough studies to prove that it's bad for fertility.

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    Actually, there is a lot of evidence. The Link I provided is a 500 page document.

    Since soy contains phytoestrogens, it acts on oestrogen receptors. This is basic physiology.

    Especially note the increased potential for miscarriage from soy.

    Also note the risk of breast cancer.

    Thanks.
    Last edited by Butterfly39; 30-05-2014 at 11:08.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trayc View Post
    yep i bd yesterday and just went in then and bd again lol
    i might tonight again to, since i wont get to in morning
    Good luck catching the egg!

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    Quote Originally Posted by siennasmummy07 View Post
    Well looks like maca has worked for me I got a positive yesterday at 9dpo my progesterone levels were 61 at 6dpo. Never been that high ever

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    Trayc who is the fb page for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butterfly39 View Post
    Actually, there is a lot of evidence. The Link I provided is a 500 page document.

    Since soy contains phytoestrogens, it acts on oestrogen receptors. This is basic physiology.

    Especially note the increased potential for miscarriage from soy.

    Also note the risk of breast cancer.

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    Butterfly, the ladies in here ARE choosing to use soy and it's their body their decision. This is supposed to be a supportive thread. If you don't agree with us choosing to use it, you don't have to post in this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butterfly39 View Post
    Actually, there is a lot of evidence. The Link I provided is a 500 page document.

    Since soy contains phytoestrogens, it acts on oestrogen receptors. This is basic physiology.

    Especially note the increased potential for miscarriage from soy.

    Also note the risk of breast cancer.

    Thanks.
    I have better things to do than read a 500 page document. my fs said it would be fine and he is the one will the qualifications not you or Google. As becca said this page is for support we really aren't interested in you trying to bring them down. end of story

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    I have to admit, when I opened the document and saw it was 500 pages, I wasn't going to go searching through it. I don't have the time.

    I've done my own research though, and like most things, it comes with it's own risks. I've weighed up these risks and personally, I'm happy to take them on for this one last cycle before seeing my FS.

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    hey becca its the trying to conceive pages there is a few im on 2 aussie ones

    and there is also pregnant ones like due in (dates ones to)
    its good and much easier to keep up with lol
    let me no if your interested in them and i can pm to you
    although im not a member of the due groups anmore


 

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