I took this last month but my cycle went from 32 days to 39 days - could this have been the reason??? I'm a bit reluctant to carry on taking it don't really want my cycle being that long, Didn't experience any side effects though
I've just bought some and started taking it today CD3 (only just got it). Does anyone know if this is right? Don't you have to take vits for a while to see the effects anyway? So taking it for only part of the month wouldn't really work would it?
I've just started taking B compound because I heard you shoud take B6 with an equal ammount of B12. I'm taking 100mg (one pill), and have my fingers crossed. So far all that is happening is that my pee is neon yellow (totally freaked me out first time I saw it, apparently it's normal), my pms symptoms have quadrupled in severity (even my cats are hidding from me), and I'm menstruating like it's going out of style.
Has anyone else had these side effects? Second, if I do become preggers do I continue taking B6? Anyone know?
You can continue, there is no harm. All the B-Vitamins are water soluble, so they come out in your pee. The neon yellow is common. If you are worried, just cut back your dosage. I cut back on mine and my pee is less neon now.
Three days?! Yes, I would take the higher amount. I usually have 28 day cycles, but only an 11 day LP. I am now on 14DPO!!! Not sure if it's the B-Complex I'm taking or pregnancy. I'm hoping pregnancy of course. BTW, I'm on 50mg of all the B vitamins, so you can see a change even as little as that I think.
Wow, 56+ day cycle? Mine's 28-30 days but being on the pill really screwed up my whole cycle. It's taken me 10 months and I'm still not back to my pre-pill cycle. I'm just glad that I'm ovulating at all, my girlfriend just found out she doesn't
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