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    Default Does anyone know if I'll have to stop ttc for a while??

    So I've just been to see a naturopath as I have a bad case of psoriasis, and she's put me on an alkaline diet along with some supplements (vitamin C, D and an immune support called Andro NK). Anyway, so I was wondering if anyone knows anything about these and whether or not it's ok to be trying to conceive or regnant whilst taking them. I know vitamin C can be linked to miscarriage but am not sure of the volumes you'd need to take it in. I really want to get rid of this horrible psoriasis and will wait to ttc if I have to, but don't really want to. So I guess I'm hoping that someone will tell me it's ok

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    I would suggest talking to your naturopath about it. They will know wjat can and can't be taken whilst pregnant :-)

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    Vitamin D won't be harmful, as lots of pregnant women actually get D supplements as being deficient can be a problem. Not sure about the other one. If it's a natural supplement then be careful, lots of those herbal remedies don't go through much drug testing and their effects on unborn children are not really known. Unsure about vitamin C, it would depend on the dose :-)

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