Ahhhhhh! Yes! You may have read my post about moonstones. Two psychics I saw told me that I had a block (though never seen my my fertility scans) on my left side, and that I should wear moonstone. I went to a metaphysical shop and sank a bunch of money (OH loved that one..haha) into moonstones, moonstone oil that I rub on my womb, and a unakite bracelet too which works with the moonstone.
My psychic said "Now don't be surprised if you get pregnant right away with that moonstone. Be careful!"
I did fall pregnant right after I started wearing it, but creepily I lost the bracelet and then replaced it with one and the stones started falling out and then MISCARRIED! Now I have a sturdy set and hoping for this cycle. It could all be coincidence, but I've heard a TON about moonstone and totally believe it.
I am starting to after the opks going from stark white (cd6-cd10) and then faint lines (cd11-12) and a darker faint at cd13!!! its quite interesting but i totally believe it. and if it was your post i read *MASSIVE HUG* and thank you if it works!!!! xxxx
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