I wanted to share my experience with grapefruit juice. I always LOVED grapefruit juice but I stopped drinking it over the years because of the carbs. Well, when I was younger I drank it all the time and I never had a problem with getting wet and thought that because I got older was the reason I had less CM. Or that I'm approaching the change of life (yeah, I'm 37 LOL).
But I started drinking it again and drank about a 64oz bottle over about 4 days. I must say, I have much more CM this month. Yesterday on CD9 it was like egg white and actually stretched almost two inches. I usually have very little CM and it's still not a whole lot but that's the first time it ever stretched and I'm not even near ovulation. But then again I don't know, I got a questionable positive OPK on CD5 and CD6 and no way do I ovulate that early (normally CD14).
I don't think I'm ordering the Pre-seed this month!!
Actually it was just the store brand unsweetened regular. I don't like the ruby red, it's a little too sweet for me. Not sure if that would make a difference though. The bad part is I didn't drink as much water as I normally would during this time, mainly the juice. The green tea didn't seem to help so I stopped that this month.
unsweetened huh? I will definitely try it, I wonder will it give the same effect iof you are just eating the regular grapefruit.s I will give it a try the juice drinking and let you know if I get the same results.
THanks. Thought I had problems with CM last month...didnt notice any at all, but usually do.
If BD tonight doesnt do the trick GRAPEFRUIT JUICE it is next month I had read about it online and Robitussin but the side effect of robitussin stopped me from going that route. Baby dust to you
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