I used parsley tea, about a spoonful in some boiling water every other day, and agnus castus (vitex) to bring mine on after 8 months and it worked it took about 2 weeks mind u but it could work differently with u Im obese u see so my body just wouldnt menstruate on its own. not sure about the Vit C every hour, I would maybe take a high dose of vit C every day cause its great for fertility anyway
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Hey, I had a long cycle last month and lost count but it was 60+ days I didn't get round to drinking parsley tea but took some of my OH Vic C tablets on an off chance and a day or two later AF showed after no signs of it coming before that. No idea if the vitamin C is what brought it on but it can't hurt! Good luck, I understand how frustrating long cycles are especially when you've ruled out being pregnant.. you just want to start trying again!! xoxo
Parsley tea can work, it just depends on your body.
I drank it a while back along with my mom who'd just gotten over a light AF (she's entering menopause now). Well nothing happened for me (well it seemed like I had more CM, but no bleeding), and she got a full on AF after just finishing her other one!
I finally went to the doctor to get my AF induced, and she did it with prometrium. The day AF started, I drank more parsley tea to hopefully help it come on stronger and really clear out my system, but it didn't seem to make a difference. I don't think my lining was very thick.
hi hun i bought really really stong vit c and took it 4 times a day for 3 days and got nothing but a REALLy bad stomach. i had been waiting for 4 months for my AF after MC, in the end i took 4 days of BC pills then stopped after day 4 and AF showed up 3 days later xx
Well if you do decide to go the parsley tea route -- I drank it with sugar and cinammon in it. Tried it with some lemon but didn't like that at all... I'm sure you could come up with your own combination though!
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