ok, ladies...I'm interest to see if anybody has a protocol they follow pre-transfer? I am all ready taking my mountains o' meds and supplements (estradiol 5mg BID, prednisone 2.5mg BID, 1.5cc porgesterone oil, 81mg aspirin, prenats, vit d 2000 iu, and folic acid, and omega3 w/ flaxseed) but I would like to know what you do in addition to meds? Meditation? Prayer? go on a coffee/alcohol bender the day before? (hey..it's been a thought!)
Ha Ha! Like the bender part! Although, I usually save that for the BFN...
I pray like crazy, drink raspberry leaf tea (up to transfer date), take my vitamins, pray like crazy, take estrogen, pray like crazy, take baby asprin, pray like crazy, I did acupunture the last cycle, prayed like crazy, and eat pineapple core for 5 days after transfer, and pray like crazy (oh wait.... did I already mention that?!?!) : )
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