I'm sure I saw a post about this awhile back, but can't seem to find it, so apologies if it's on the first few pages and I missed it!
I've been googling ways to thicken the lining ready for implantation, the 3 times I've had scans when I miscarried the lining has been under 5mm, and apparently it needs to be over 8mm to implant properly, does anyone know anything I can take to help it along abit?
I tried to make a docs app, but they can't see me for almost 2 weeks, I'm about 7 days away from ovulating tho! Thanks!
I've heard raspberry leaf tea helps, but you dont want to drink it after O as it can cause uterine contractions. I havent been able to find any besides online because I live in a small town, but I also bought fruit juices containing raspberries as well.
Location: Mannheim, Germany & Little Rock, AR, USA
whit - question about RRL do you think since i won't see DH for the next two cycles that it's okay for me to consume it for the entire length of the two cycles considering there's no way i can be pregnant? and then the cycle i do see him, stop after O? just wondering!
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