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I was wondering if anyone has taken Mucinex D while TTC and got pregnant?
A girlfriend of mine told me to take Robitussin, so I went a bought some and it doesn't have guaifenesin in it while is suppose to help thin out your cervical mucus so I saw that I had Mucinex D left over so I was going to try and see if that works this month. I have 5 of them so I will start taking it on the 15 and stop taking it on the 19th. But if anyone has heard of Mucinex D working in helping get pregnant let me know! Thank you for your help.
Well I was thinking about starting it tomorrow BUT I have been having ALOT of CM the past couple of days so I think I'm just going to not try it this month and see what happens. But thank you for answering to my post it helps with I get answers! and they are good answers =)
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