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Old Jun 23rd, 2011, 01:51 AM   1
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Fertibella?


Is anyone familiar with Fertibella? I just ordered my first cycle and am anxiously waiting for it in the mail. I have read numerous success stories about women getting PG within the first two months of use. Do you have any experience with it? Or know anyone that has had any experience with it? I'm trying not to get my hopes up too high...but i have to admit i'm pretty excited! I've been TTC for about 5 years now and i have stage II endo. I haven't had a lap in over 2 years and have tried clomid and all sorts of fertility drugs and still nuthin. I'm REALLY hoping this is it!

Please post your thoughts/ comments/ experiences/ etc. I'd love to hear some feedback!



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Old Jul 4th, 2011, 12:26 PM   2
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Fertibella


Hello! I just started taking fertibella about a month ago. I don't know what my fertility issue could be, but my husband and I have been ttc for at least 6 months w/o protection with no luck. I know it's not all that long compared to 5 years (holy cow!) but there are supposedly like 9 different causes for infertility, so who knows! My friend recommended fertibella to me... she had been ttc for years and swore by it, so I trust her opinion. I think she had to reorder 1 extra month after her trial, but it worked! She told me "I am only reordering for 2 more months, so it better work or I'm trying something else" and BAM, right away in her first week she got her BFP, lol. Anyway, for me, so far i haven't had any side effects - aside from being a little hungry at first - but that goes away if you take fertibella with meals and drink enough water. My period cycle was always irregular, so i was surprised to get my period right away when i was taking the pills... i called them all in a panic, lol, but they said that happens a lot and not to worry about it at all. On CD12 my ovulation test came back + so hopefully I will have good news for you next week. Keep in touch and let me know how it goes -- and baby dust to you!



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Old Jul 9th, 2011, 08:01 AM   3
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I just ordered Fertibella the other day. I have searched the internet trying to find something negative about it. The only complaints seem to be about their billing practices. At this point I can deal with bad customer service for something that gives me hope! I am new to this site actually never posted before on any site so bare with me. I am 35 and have been trying for almost 5 years my OB/GYN insisted for years that there was nothing wrong, to keep trying, finally swith dr. and first visit he sent me off to fertility specialist. long story short 6 months later and alot of drugs and nothing, started with clomid, then right to injectables and IUI. Well low and behold insurance is running out so doc thinks there is nothing more that they can do! So I have started researching alternative medicane, acupunture, yoga, diet. I read a great book that inspired me to take this route. I will be starting the fertibella as soon as it arrives along with my diet and yoga etc. I feel positve! So i will keep my fingures crossed and see how it goes!



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Old Aug 5th, 2011, 14:53 PM   4
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MC, what book are you reading? I am reading "Taking Charge of Your Fertility," which I really like a lot. TTC is such a difficult thing to mentally deal with, I am all about surrounding myself with positivity -- whether it's new-found friends on these message boards, total strangers who have success stories, or books that give me a new way of thinking. Just last week I took a cruise to Bermuda to spice things up and relax a little bit. If that doesn't help the baby dance, I don't know what will! lol. I've been trying for about 8 or 9 months now, which isn't a terribly long time I know, but I am so anxious to get this show on the road and get my cycles normal I can hardly stand it! So far so good... I've had 2 regular cycles now, which is amazing for me... and I'll be taking my next preg test this week. Wish me luck! And *babydust* to you!



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Old Aug 5th, 2011, 15:24 PM   5
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I know a couple ladies who took fetilbella and it jacked them up. I really hope it works for you just be aware that it can mess up your cycle more than it can help. I have heard of it helping way more than hurting though. But there is still that small chance.



 
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Old Aug 5th, 2011, 16:34 PM   6
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Fertibella "jacked me up" in a GOOD way! I'm 2 months pregnant after 5+ years of TTC. I was recently diagnosed with PCOS and my doc was quick to offer me metformin, birth control pills, and all sorts of toxins I did not want in my body. On the other hand, Fertibella has many of the holistic herbs I am more familiar with.



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Old Aug 6th, 2011, 17:56 PM   7
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Wow - sounds interesting. I will look into it. Keep me updated okay,
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Old Dec 27th, 2013, 18:55 PM   8
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how long after starting fertabella did you conceive?


how long after you started fertabella did you conceive?



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Old Oct 11th, 2014, 11:58 AM   9
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Is anyone taking Fertibella with Metformin? I am taking metformin and want to know if it is safe to take fertibella before order it. I am TTC and have PCOS. Dr. put me on metformin to regulate my hormones and to start having regular cycles again.



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Old Nov 15th, 2014, 20:20 PM   10
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metformin?


I would assume conceiveeasy can be taken w/ metformin, as all the ingredients are natural. I finished up metformin therapy before starting the trial, tho... didnt like the metformin side effects. I looked up their hotline - it's 1-800-6-TTCKIT. Someone there should be able to tell you for sure. Good luck!



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