I have been hearing a lot recently about using Robutussin during ovulation to get pregnant. My husband and I will start trying again in another month and I wanted to see if anyone has used it. I know it's suppose to thin the cm, but how do you know if you need to use it?
Well, I used Robutussin with Guaifenesin during September cycle. Well, I don't really know what is going on since seeing I started spotting on Sept. 27th and spotted on and off for 5 days havent had any real period. I took 2 home pregnancy test and both are negative. If I dont have a regular cycle in October I will retest.
Good Luck with the Robutussin with Guaifenesin.
Thanks for your comment. I just had a blood test at my OB's office and I asked the nurse about Robutussin. She said that it is safe and that it should be taken days 10-17, 2 teaspoons, 3 times a day. She said that it thins out the mucus so that the little swimmers can get through. I hope this helps, keep me posted. Good Luck!!!
My husband and I are trying to get pregnant for the first time and I have been hearing a lot about Robutussin too. I am not exactly sure when I ovulate as I have not been making note of my start menstrual cycle date. So I wonder if I start taking it a few days early if that would be okay? Does anybody know? Here is what I do know about Robitussin from my research on the net.
Take two teaspoons with a glass of water three times a day of regular Robitussin (no letters after the name like DM) five days before you ovulate and take it until the day you ovulate(total 6 days) This should be real easy for those who know there ovulation date and their periods are regualar.
My husband is real leary of me doing this does anyone know how safe this is?
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