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    Good luck Yolanda. I don't know anything about charting either but fingers crossed for you.

    I'm on CD11 and doing maybe baby this cycle - also have some Clearblue OPKs which ill try as well (just in case MB doesn't work for me) picking up a potion from my Natropath tomorrow to hopefully normalize ovulation - I'd love to ovulate this month before starting round 3 of IVF... I'd be so proud of my body if I did!

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    So I didn't ovulate (or not yet anyway).

    JB - naturopath herbs didn't work at all for me but I'm having a lot of success with acupuncture have you tried it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yolandac31 View Post
    So I didn't ovulate (or not yet anyway).

    JB - naturopath herbs didn't work at all for me but I'm having a lot of success with acupuncture have you tried it?
    Oh bugger

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    How are you finding the acupuncture? I'm thinking of starting that too.

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    I've been having acupuncture for almost a year now (on and off) in that time my body has only had one natural cycle (all the rest have been medicated through IVF treatment - it took 3 months to ovulate after coming off the pill, in that time I was taking herbs.

    I guess I'm not expecting it to work wonders in 3 weeks I'm taking it more for the nutrients which are meant to be good for uterine & ovarian health. I have a BT on CD21 then depending on results will start IVF #3.

    I've swapped acupuncture this time for remedial massage, she's a fertility masseur too so does a lot if work on my stomach. But I'll still do acupuncture before & after embryo transfer. Doing everything gets so $$!

    I've done a lot if reading on this site - http://natural-fertility-info.com/ - pretty much taking all the supplements they suggest & the herbal tonic includes lots of those herbs they list to.

    Can't believe how much I've learnt in the past year...!

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    When is your cd21 BT Jb?

    I've heard acupuncture is supposed to be very helpful for some people, but it's a good idea to let your clinic know what supplements you are taking as some can be contraindicated for certain fertility meds.

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    BT is on the 15/8. That will determine what happens next...

    I don't take any herbal supplements during IVF. Everything stops before then except normal vitamins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReBeCcA7 View Post
    How are you finding the acupuncture? I'm thinking of starting that too.
    It got me my first natural period for a year and massively stabilised my temps. Hoping to ovulate soon and get UTD!

    I agree JB everything is very expensive! I wonder weekly if I should just do clomid and have side effects

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    The side effects in Clomid aren't too bad so far. They sound a lot worse on paper because the list is massive!

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    I had no side affects on clomid. It didn't work for me anyway but I felt totally normal on it. So hopefully you won't get any if you chose to use it!


 

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