Me and my husband have been trying to have a baby for over a year now. I gave up hope and started using the nuva ring. The first day I put it on I bled for about ten days even after taking it out. I haven't had my period yet. I read all about the surgical procedures and all of the treatments but I can't do it simply to the fact that my insurance doesn't cover it. I take prenatal vitamins but today I ordered Fertibella to see if it would work. Does it actually regulate your period? Does it actually increase your chances of getting pregnant? I excercise and eat healthy on a daily basis. It can't be my husband because he already has a child so what can it possibly be?
Hi - I became pregnant during my 2nd month taking fertibella. I had been diagnosed with PCOS. I noticed in my first month, I got a regular AF, which was very unusual for me. By month 2, I was able to predict my ovulation, thanks to the basal body temp charting method. It doesn't necessarily work for everything... after all, you could have a physical condition that warrants surgery.. but it does work on many conditions. Have you checked out the ConceiveEasy website? There are soooo many helpful articles there worth checking out.
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