That dose should be fine. Oh also takes vit c, zinc, omega 3 fish oil, multi vit and vit b complex. I went to my fertility appointment the other day at the hospital and the nurse their also suggested he take selenium as that's good for sperm as well. Dose him up
I've googled it and one site says ginseng positively affects hormone levels, tones uterine muscles, supports healthy uterine function and enhances fertility. I guess from that it's worth a go
Grapefruit juice is supposed to help increase fertile cm, I drink loads of that. It doesn't taste great but anything to help!
I have recently ventured to a chinese clinic, am totally clueless in this area but the whole experience seemed quite disturbing (and a terrible rip off, I must add). Anyway, am at the stage where I am ready to try just about anything. I was given the following supplements:
guhan yangshengjing pian
ren shen pian
shi quan da bu pian
ren shen shou wu jing (oral liquid)
sheng mai yin (oral liquid)
no idea what they are but it seems like most of them contain chinese ginseng.
Has anyone have any experience with these supplements? any information is appreciated
I am considering for the next couple of weeks to stop all my vitamins and supplements and only take chinese one i.e. ginseng. anyone thinks this is a good idea? I have been on my vitamins and supplements for 4 months now and I should probably have a short break, not sure how healthy it is to be on vitamins non stop for months?
I think there is nothing wrong with taking normal vits all the time..That is if your diet is healthy overall. I see vits and sups as supplements not to supply all I need. i am leary of TCM and well things produced in China in general for health reasons....they have such poor environmental controls. I posted an article here a few days ago and on the regular ttc side. Let me see if I can find it. Btw I am not advocating against ginseng per say just the TCM concoctions.
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