I have just ordered:
FertilAid... To hopefully help regulate my cycles and insure a more healthy reproductive system.
Red Raspberry Leaf Capsules... To strengthen my uterine lining (I read this is a good thing after a MC)
Opks and hpts... To track ovulation and test for success! :)
Bbt... To begin charting my temperature.
Instead Softcups... To hold in the little swimmers after a BD giving them more of a chance to get to their destination!
I am REALLY excited to try all of these things out and was just wondering if any of you have used any of these products.
I have been TTC for a couple years now (without charting or getting to involved) and after my MC in Sept. I have decided to take control of everything and REALLY TTC! I would love any feedback or advice! Thanks in advance!
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