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Old Dec 31st, 2016, 07:55 AM   1
Bombo87
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Any experience with Conceive plus/ Preseed?


Hi ladies!

I been stalking this forum on and off for years now, always my go to for information.

A bit of background, DH has very low motility and morphology, average amounts and I have very low AMH (0.6 low last I checked)

We had one successful IVF and DS showed up nice and healthy we were content at that point, he's been nagging for a sibling so we gave IVF a second shot but unfortunately it failed. I want to try that lubricant conceive plus along with proxseed and supplements, any experiences?



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Old Dec 31st, 2016, 18:03 PM   2
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We've used preseed and conceive plus here and there. Unfortunately, it isn't a miracle maker, we've not had success using it. The last couple of cycles we've tried Astroglide TTC (much cheaper than preseed or conceive plus, but pretty much the same thing, and, honestly, way more slippery than either preseed or conceive plus). We still haven't had success, but at least it makes TTC more enjoyable.



 
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Old Jan 1st, 2017, 02:51 AM   3
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We've used preseed and conceive plus here and there. Unfortunately, it isn't a miracle maker, we've not had success using it. The last couple of cycles we've tried Astroglide TTC (much cheaper than preseed or conceive plus, but pretty much the same thing, and, honestly, way more slippery than either preseed or conceive plus). We still haven't had success, but at least it makes TTC more enjoyable.
Thank you for the reply!
It's good to hear both sides, forever guilty of getting my hopes way up! It does add excitement to try something new but it then makes AF showing up ten times worse hatha oh well
We're preparing for IVF again soon so we'll see with that until then
Thanks!



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Old Jan 1st, 2017, 14:44 PM   4
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We've used preseed and conceive plus here and there. Unfortunately, it isn't a miracle maker, we've not had success using it. The last couple of cycles we've tried Astroglide TTC (much cheaper than preseed or conceive plus, but pretty much the same thing, and, honestly, way more slippery than either preseed or conceive plus). We still haven't had success, but at least it makes TTC more enjoyable.
Thank you for the reply!
It's good to hear both sides, forever guilty of getting my hopes way up! It does add excitement to try something new but it then makes AF showing up ten times worse hatha oh well
We're preparing for IVF again soon so we'll see with that until then
Thanks!
No problem! I'm the same way, have a hard time not getting my hopes way up trying new things. I hope you won't have to do IVF again, but, if you do, good luck hun!



 
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Old Jan 4th, 2017, 09:49 AM   5
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I just wanted to share my thoughts. I used a conceive plus lubricant.

I used it because I was willing to simply give anything a go after being told by my doc that my polycistic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) might bring challenges to conceiving.

I fell pregnant within a couple months. I'm definitely not saying this product was the reason why. Falling pregnant was obviously a massive blessing and I never expected it to happen quickly - I was mentally prepared for a long journey, if I'm honest. I did use it, though, and I had read lots of positive reviews for the product online.

I guess there's nothing to lose by giving it a go. When you fall pregnant you'll never truly know if the products you try actually helped. That's something to keep in mind.

In terms of the product itself, I didn't find it the nicest consistency - it felt very watery to me. But my concern obviously was whether it might help, rather than how good it felt.

I really wish you nothing but the very best of luck



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Thank you for that. I suppose you're right, we hope these products are miracle makers but we never actually know what works for sure. I'm set for IvF soon but will keep trying this until the . It is watery I agree
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I just wanted to share my thoughts. I used a conceive plus lubricant.

I used it because I was willing to simply give anything a go after being told by my doc that my polycistic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) might bring challenges to conceiving.

I fell pregnant within a couple months. I'm definitely not saying this product was the reason why. Falling pregnant was obviously a massive blessing and I never expected it to happen quickly - I was mentally prepared for a long journey, if I'm honest. I did use it, though, and I had read lots of positive reviews for the product online.

I guess there's nothing to lose by giving it a go. When you fall pregnant you'll never truly know if the products you try actually helped. That's something to keep in mind.

In terms of the product itself, I didn't find it the nicest consistency - it felt very watery to me. But my concern obviously was whether it might help, rather than how good it felt.

I really wish you nothing but the very best of luck



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