Vitex is a good idea. I read about Fertilityblend and it is really proven to work. I also really would recommend the low glychemic diet. Many insulin resistant women on the diet get pregnant without any supplement or hormone treatments whatsoever.
Wow, it sounds like you are doing a lot of different stuff! I agree with Amber, on the low glycemic diet - and there are some fertility clinics that recommend trying it before taking anything else. In my experience trying new things certainly isn't hurting anything! Good luck and FX for you!
I'm taking soy with b100 complex this month andhave cut every other supplement out...but I've just been advised to take wild yam ... i think it does the same as the vitex, the herbalist said it increases progestereone... I won't be taking it with the soy as I'm not sure if it has the same issue and vitex and soy mixed... but if the soy doesn't work I think I will try it in a couple of months x
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