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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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    I take pregnancy multivitamin, Cq10, DHA (which is Omega 3) and B6. I also do acupuncture and take chinese medicine. But I agree with the others here, it's time to see a FS. Where are you located? I have seen some good ones and not so good ones so if you live in Sydney I can give you some recommendations

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    To get dd5 I took maca and spirilina (so?) I had mild pcos and very crap irregular cycles. Maca brought my cycles to a consistent 31 days. Sprilina fantastic for vitD

    Ttc #5 I'm taking black cohosh from cd1- O
    Lots of folic acid
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    Evening primrose cd 5-0
    Plus multi vit
    I've just come off implanon so was taking these before implanon removal to help bring on O
    I also other stuff from naturopath but not for ttc purposes

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    Please note that I'm not a medical professional or expert in any way but I have nearly melted Google on this subject and have come up with this for me daily:

    Pregnancy Multi (with 500g Folic Acid)
    Co Enzime Q10 150mg
    Vitamin D3 1000IU
    Fish Oil 3000mg
    Capsicum 475mg x 3

    I'm also looking into PABA and Baby Asprin (for circulation) and DHEA (in a low dose as my levels were in the low side of normal).

    I've been TTC for 10 months but apart from the Multi, I've only started the rest this week so fingers crossed it works in my next few cycles.

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    Had appt with my FS today (first one) and asked what he suggested I take - he recommended only 2. Folic acid (folate) and iodine. looking in store today at the vitamin options iodine featured quite a bit but I noticed it wasn't on anybody's list here.my FS didn't say why, and I didn't ask.


 

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