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    If you ovulate that regularly I'd avoid vitex.

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    It also seems like implantation rather than ovulation may be the issue. And vitex and RL tea will not help that. Maybe aspirin? But again I would see a FS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    Have you had a referral to a FS? It may be time for that.
    Hi. Yes. I have finally gotten a referral to a FS, however there's a 6 month wait to get into see the particular FS that I want to see. So I'm just thinking of what I can do in the mean time/ prepare for perhaps getting my body into gear should we need to do IVF, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babymummatobe View Post
    Hi. Yes. I have finally gotten a referral to a FS, however there's a 6 month wait to get into see the particular FS that I want to see. So I'm just thinking of what I can do in the mean time/ prepare for perhaps getting my body into gear should we need to do IVF, etc.
    Ahhhh ok. Just an FYI that there are a few threads with ladies that are pretty knowledgeable re: what to do before IVF/seeing FS/unexplained infertility. Maybe they can also have more suggestions. Also, try getting on a cancellation list where possible too. You may get in sooner.

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    I was on a coq10 suppliment in the lead up to an egg donation so maybe have a look at that?

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    Vitamin d if it's low


 

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