hi, i hv posted this question before but unfortunatly nobody responded. im worried, we ttc for almost 9months now, with no luck, its not ez for us to conceive, before i go to see fertility specialist and expensive treatments, i thought i can try "fertility blend for women" as a "final try" but i dont know when should i start taking the pills
1. 1. start with CD1(durning the period)
2. 2. start with right after the period (last day of CD)
Honestly, I'm not too clear myself. Talk to your doctor and get their opinion. If you don't want to speak to them, call your pharmacist. You should always get a proper medical opinion before taking any medicine, be it herbs or prescription.
Take 3 capsules daily, any time of day, but preferably split into 2 or 3 doses to spread out absorption. If taking vitamins or minerals on an empty stomach bothers you, take after meals. Some herbal practitoners recommend taking Vitex only during the latter half of the menstrual cycle; however, the studies we cite, regarding use of Vitex to reduce PMS and improve fertility, have all recommended taking Vitex on a continuous basis, throughout the menstrual cycle. You can start taking FertilityBlend any time during your cycle. It usually takes 2-3 months to show significant changes in hormone balance, but keep taking for up to a year, or until pregnancy is confirmed.
I wonder why they say talk to a fertility doctor--any general doctor should be able to answer this. Even a family doctor could tell you what to do. It's not like you have to go in person, you can give them a call and speak to a nurse in the office or ask them to ask your doctor.
thnkx drs r wired here. we hv a family dr. but hez no help on this matter, he told us to wait wait wait, n no help for gyn questions. so i need to see sum drs who r gyn. thnkx :) i didnt buy the product yet, n im ovulating on 26-27th so its too late to take pills now. but will ask dr b4 i buy.
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