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    Quote Originally Posted by babyblu11 View Post
    Question - is there any implications for ovulating early???
    I don't think so. At least a doctor mentioned that that isn't a problem "unless you ovulate so early that you still have your period and don't feel like sex then, thus missing the timing". Her words. Now ovulating whilst menstruating seems odd to me. But she's the doctor...

    I ovulate day 11 or 12 I believe. How early do you o?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SquishyO View Post
    Hey, I've been taking 200mg of B6 a day with 300mcg of B12 for about a month now. I use to have an LP of 9 days or less O'd around cd19/22 and it took progesterone to get me pregnant last time but unfortunately m/c this time I don't want to take progesterone so used b6 abs b12 this time looks like I O'd cd10/11, not sure if it was the b6 or my body reset after m/c, but I would highly recommend to any one to take b6/b12
    Can i ask why you're taking such high mg's? Did a health professional advise you to take that amount? I ask as 200mg of B6 is quite high. I don't want to worry & only looking out for you but I'm sure they don't recommended taking more than 100mg. You can actually overdose on that vitamin & too much can cause nerve damage.

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    Have no idea if I've O'd or not didn't get a pos this month, feels like its never going to happen now

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    I did a frer late yesterday afternoon, BFN.
    Have had my head in the toilet all night and all morning ( sorry tmi).
    Either a dose of severe food poisoning or there's a BFP waiting for me next time I poas

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    AF now 2 days late (never ever late) BFN yesterday will test again onTueaday if its still not here

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    Hope I don't jinx myself by posting this....

    I think I might get to test on the 17th! Currently 6dpo however ff has often removed my crosshairs. Really hoping I did ovulate and catch the egg.

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    Bfn this morning. I usually spot on 13dpo followed by af thr next day.
    My temp went down at 12dpo and I had a big rise. Not holding out too much hope. If af is not here by tuesday I will buy a frer and test again
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    Quote Originally Posted by Calstar View Post
    Can i ask why you're taking such high mg's? Did a health professional advise you to take that amount? I ask as 200mg of B6 is quite high. I don't want to worry & only looking out for you but I'm sure they don't recommended taking more than 100mg. You can actually overdose on that vitamin & too much can cause nerve damage.
    I did heaps of research on in, in some cases ( not for falling preg) you can take up to 600mg in a day. I have read cases of people taking anywhere between 50-300mg a day for LP defect, so I'm sticking in the middle. Before I started progesterone for the last pg my 21 day bloods showed my progesterone level was only 3 so I figured I need all the help I can get. I take 50mg in my pg supps then another 150 on top just as I have read I can, couldn't tell you where but I did read a lot over lots of pages to come to this decision. I want comfortable with the idea if using vitex so I'm relying on b6 to help

    Thanks for your concern though

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    Quote Originally Posted by SquishyO View Post
    Hey, I've been taking 200mg of B6 a day with 300mcg of B12 for about a month now. I use to have an LP of 9 days or less O'd around cd19/22 and it took progesterone to get me pregnant last time but unfortunately m/c this time I don't want to take progesterone so used b6 abs b12 this time looks like I O'd cd10/11, not sure if it was the b6 or my body reset after m/c, but I would highly recommend to any one to take b6/b12
    How long is you LP now?

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    I take high doeses of b6 and b12 and 5mg of folate ,mine are different forms though because I cant process synthetic forms. Thats for my MTHFR. Just my folate cost 70 bucks

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