sorry you guys might have seen this question before..but ive been reading a lot ot woman when they are trying to coincive they take Robitussin? i want to know when do you take it? and how many times during the day? and for how many days? im just curios if it does work i would love to try it..can anyone tell me please!
I used it and the first month I used it I got pregnant. I tried on my own for 12 months got pregnant but m/c'd. Then when we got the ok to try again, we tried 3 months on our own then the last month I tried the robitussin and it worked. Might have been luck....I'll never know. You have to make sure you but the right one with guiffasen (SP) it helps loosen mucus. I guess it loosens mucus through out the whole body making it easier for the sperm to get through. I beleive I took 2 tsp. a day for about 5 days while I thought I was ovulating. You have to read the measurements. Good luck.
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