That's not a bad thing, Red. It's okay! One study they did only lasted 5 days, and they still saw some improvement in testosterone levels. So just keep at it. Even if you already ovulated, it can still help you.
Hi all, popping in again.
Had a rough few days. My most recent hcg from Monday came back low at 7 and I woke up this morning with the inevitable miscarriage that was coming.
Trying to push this in the back of my mind and find something to distract myself, so I figure it would be a good time to give this a try.
I read a little ways back that spearmint is usually moxed with Green tea. Is there another store bought tea that doesn't contain green tea?
I want to keep my folic acid up and green tea inhibits the effects of folic acid, so it is bad for ttc and early pregnancy. It's been a b**** since I quit drinking it because I have already gotten sick 3 times x(
I guess maybe my immune system grew dependant on the green tea..
It's fine... I mean, yeah it really sucks and I did cry about it, but it's not like I can change it so I am trying to just occupy myself with other things. I am going to work on losing some more weight when this is all over with and see if that helps for the next time and maybe I won't need clomid with a combo of weight loss and spearmint
That would be a blessing in itself!!
How many ladies have already started to have regular cycles just from this?
I am currently on 1000 mg of metformin e.r. and that had me at a 33 day cycle. Clomid helped me to ovulate and brought my cycle closer to 30 days.
It would be nice to be at a 28 day cycle and know when to expect O lol
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