Well, I went out and bought some Rapsberry Leaf Tea at a local health food store today, so I'm going to try it this cycle. I just had my first cup, and it tastes pretty good :-)
From what I've read online, it's supposed to help tone your uterus and strengthen the uterine muscles, which will help prepare your uterus for pregnancy. I'm planning on drinking one cup a day until O. There are divided opinions on the use after that. Some say it's good for implantation and for keeping the pregnancy, while others say it can cause miscarriage in early pregnancy. So, just to be safe, I'll take it up until O only.
Thanks to everyone who's posted a reply to my question. If anyone else have experience with RRL while ttc, I'd love to hear about it!
Rasberry leaf tea is supposed to help bring on labour after 35 weeks if drunk by the pregnant women, so i would be very careful, it is advised not to drink rasberry leaf toea before the 36th week, altho i tried it with my 2nd pregnancy and it didnt work so who knows! havnt heard that it is good for fertility tho
I just started using rr leaf tea this cycle as well. I really hope it works! My lp is only 10 days, so I hope that it adds a day or 2! I would love to hear other stories from women that have used it as well!!!
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