I have just read about the "Pineapple Core Implantation Method" where you eat a pineapple core over 5 days after ovulation. As I understand it, the bromelain concentrates in the core and it help create a good uterine lining for a stickier bean! However, you are suppose to stop eating it after 6dpo, because after that point it can trigger uterine contractions and raise the risk of a m/c. There are dozens of sites about this, but I wanted to get feedback here!
I know there was one tiny thread about this a while ago, but it didn't have a whole lot of info. Does anyone have experience with this?
Hi, i read about this on countdown to pregnancy.com (i meant to give you the link but i am on my phone).
The woman had 1 bromelain tablet of 40mg twice a day from dpo 1-5 . Don't take it after that because it will cause uterine contractions.
I also found that a pineapple core contains 50mg of bromelain.
Bromalain is meant to thicken the uterine lining.
I searched for articles or posts against it but didn't find anything.
I tried it this month. Am awaiting the results when I eventually test this month. I don't know if it is related, but I had lots of cramps for two days following the pineapple core. I never get cramps! Only have cramps when AF is due.
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