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    It sucks big time. I really wish my body would just work!!

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    Star have you considered soy isoflavones?

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    No I haven't really looked into them becca

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    I'd consider them before giving up hope. I took provera in November then soy isoflavones cd3-7 and ovulated for the first time on about cd36. Xx

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    Yea I don't know much about them. Where do you get them from? How much do you take? What are they supposed to do?

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    You can get them at health food shops and online. You take double what it takes to ovulate on clomid. So if you need 100mg to ovulate, you take 200mg of soy. It's basically a natural clomid.

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    There's a soy isoflavone thread that has a post of good info about how/when to take it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    You can get them at health food shops and online. You take double what it takes to ovulate on clomid. So if you need 100mg to ovulate, you take 200mg of soy. It's basically a natural clomid.
    Oh wow, I've never heard of this before & thought I had tried everything, lol

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    Yea I dunno I guess I feel hesitant about it cos vitex never worked and so why would soy isoflavones? I dunno, feeling pretty beat I guess :/

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    Big hugs star. Vitex didn't work for me either xx


 

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