I really think between the preseed and the monitor, that is what sealed the deal. We found preseed about two months ago, but I haven't ovulated but once since we got it. That was the only thing we have done differently.
robitussin does work, however there is a certain robitussin to use. there is lots of information on the web site about it. Also a friend of mine that is trying her husband was advised he has thick sperm which can also make it harder and he was advised by the Dr to take the robitussin as well due to it will also thin his sperm..
Preseed is perfectly safe. It is a lubricant that mimics fertile cm. I, fortunately don't have a prob w/cm, so I haven't tried it yet. But, from the strong testimony here on bfps w/1st use of it, I may try it anyway. Nickey1 ttc for yrs and got bfp 1st time using it, too. I'm starting to think there's something to it :)
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