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Old Apr 10th, 2013, 15:34 PM   5891
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I got a BFP on B50 - it lengthened my LP from 8 days to 12-13.



 
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Old Apr 21st, 2013, 14:28 PM   5892
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Hello ladies,
Anyone get bfp on an b-100 complex?
Yes, me too on B50 complex. My LP was 9 days and I got my BFP on my first cycle with taking the supplement. Of course, I'll never know for sure but it does seem likely.

We are now TTC #2. Does anyone know if I am safe to take Vit B complex whilst BF? I was slightly alarmed when my expressed milk had the yellow tinge to it so stopped but now I've read that it should be ok. Is this right? Good luck to you all on your TTC journey.



 
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Old Apr 23rd, 2013, 02:00 AM   5893
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Can you take b50 complex with clomid or soy?



 
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Old May 25th, 2013, 06:35 AM   5894
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Hi everyone...I started to read this thread from the beginning and intended to read it all but it's very time consuming lol....

Ok so...I have been taking vit b6 40mg daily till ovulation...then when I have ovulated I double the dose to 80mg daily....recommended by a three year long thread that i read some months ago by a nurse who in addition 63 woman fell pregnant with this advice....she did state I should so take b complex too but I have yet to date not started that yet....

Ok so I'm a normal 30 day cycle and I noticed this cycle that I o'd much earlier than usual..normal for me was cd 14-16...this cycle was cd 12!

I am really worried now that my cycle will lengthen and the other thread I referred to did not warm of this....
So I guess my question is....is my vit b6 dose ok and my cycle will remain ok...?

Thankyou for your time petals


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Old May 25th, 2013, 11:12 AM   5895
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If you o'ed earlier it might mean you have a slightly shorter cycle as if you o on CD12 you won't have an 18 day LP!



 
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Old May 25th, 2013, 13:10 PM   5896
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If you o'ed earlier it might mean you have a slightly shorter cycle as if you o on CD12 you won't have an 18 day LP!
Oh that's good news...thankyou so much....I can breath again lol....
I worried as I know that a longer lp is good but too long is bad....
I originally started taking vit b6 for increasing progesterone so bean would stick this time ....didn't realise it could actually play with your cycle...fx for everybody on here and praying for your bfp's...


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Old May 25th, 2013, 14:33 PM   5897
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How long was your LP before?



 
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Old May 25th, 2013, 14:56 PM   5898
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Hi ladies I found this on vit b6....
It's very long and it's not mine...but I hope it helps...

• 1 x vit B6 10 mg – helps produce progesterone – the pregnancy hormone (so take straight away and throughout pregnancy). Some people get pregnant, but do not produce enough progesterone, so the pregnancy does not continue. So this could be a vital supplement for some ladies. I believe it helped my Gestone (progesterone injections) work better in my body, by helping my body to 'put' the Gestone where it was needed! B6 also strengthens the immune system. Taking supplements such as vitamin B6, zinc and magnesium can help to reduce the risk of miscarriage since these nutrients are all required to help the pituitary and ovaries produce the high levels of oestrogen and progesterone needed to secure the pregnancy until the placenta can take over. (Especially in 2WW).

B6 deficiency can lead to a buildup of estrogen in your system causing decreased progesterone production. A proper balance of estrogen and progesterone is essential for conception to occur. Too low a level of progesterone can lead to miscarriage and luteal phase defects (where the time from ovulation to menstruation is shorter than 10 days).

B6 effectively reduces blood estrogen and increases progesterone in the body making you much more conducive to getting pregnant.

B6 can help reduce and prevent the symptoms of morning sickness - even severe morning sickness...
http://www.morningsicknesshelp.com/m...ness-cure.html

Vitamin B6 can also improve mucus quality. Sperm needs a viable mucus consistency travel through the cervix to get to the egg, and the better quality fertile mucus you have, the easier it is for sperm and egg to meet and hopefully make a baby.

B6 works best when taken with the other B group vitamins as it absorbs better this way. Just 50 mg is usually enough to make positive changes, although if you don’t notice a difference in your luteal phase within two to three months, try increasing the dosage. 100-200 mg is usually recommended by care/health professionals (SHORT term), but.... You need to balance your/any intake of B6 with B12 - it's important to remember this. B6 can disguise a B12 deficiency/anemia, so make sure you are getting BOTH. B6 can cause (reversible) nerve damage if taken excessively, so PLEASE try to take no more than 50 mgs per day (if taking LONG term), just to be on the safe side! (500 mgs is great during 2WW and if you get a positive, I should think you could take this until week 12 and then taper down, to a more sensible limit, like 100 mg, 50 mg or 10 mg...)

Just to clarify, you can take B6 up to 500 mgs to help produce progesterone in the 2WW, but it's meant to be a short term thing, because B6 can cause nerve damage, which is apparently reversible. If you are going to increase your B6 from 50/100 mgs per day, make sure firstly, that you are supplementing with some B12 (to avoid B12 anemia/deficiency) and secondly, that the increase is only for the SHORT term! For example, you wouldn't be on 500 mgs for months on end, just every so often, for example, with your treatment cycle.

http://www.google.co.uk/search?sourc...q=B6+progester

Above link is a simple search on google for B6 and progesterone. It is not true to say that there is nothing that can be done to increase progesterone production in your body - that is what I thought only a few months ago.

FROM A VERY WELL EDUCATED WOMAN.....I.E 63 women fell pregnant following her vitamin advice....



Hope this helped... xxx



 
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Old May 25th, 2013, 14:58 PM   5899
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How long was your LP before?
Hiya vankiwi....
I am a 30/31 day cycle....never had an issue with being late ...everything appears to be ok...just wanted t o boost progesterone to help bfp stick if I get it...fx.


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Old May 25th, 2013, 15:03 PM   5900
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Oh ok, I only used it to lengthen my LP, will be interesting to see what happens with your cycle this month!



 
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