I think I will just stick to the coq10 for now and hope it does the trick I have read a lot of good stuff about DHEA but only for women doing invetro or those with low reserves. I can't find anything about women who just want to use it to improve the quality of their eggs and are not doing invetro
unless DHEA has been prescribed by a specialist for a specific reading after testing etc I would stay away from it.
for egg quality I highly highly recommend CoQ10 I firmly believe that is what made Ziggy stick this time, started with a much better egg! Remember though that what you take now will not show results in an egg for 90 days - good luck
Thank you miss_c. I"m so glad to hear a success story from using coq10 and congrats on your sticky little bean. I am faithfuly taking coq10 every day and have dh taking it too. My doctor thinks it's a good thing to try so we shall see. I'm staying away from the dhea for now though.
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