Clomid and massage Therapy or Acupuncture?
I started my period on 5/5/11 and started my third round of Clomid on days 5-9 of my cycle I took 50 mg three times a day.
I have been tracking my fertility with a fertility digital monitor and have gotten high readings on May 17, 18, 19, and today.
I also had a professional fertility massage today to better my chances. When should I see a peak in my fertility status for this month after doing everything listed here including every other day intercourse on May 14, 16, 17, 18 and today.
Should I continue the intercouse with my husband until when?
You are doing everything right! You can continue intercourse until you have confirmation of ovulation.Using A Fertility Monitor
Using a fertility digital monitor like Ovacue
is the best way to have advance notice of your ovulation day and fertility window. Ovacue is very accurate and tests the levels in your saliva that correlate to the estrogen surge that happens 7 days before the egg is released giving you time to plan intercourse and never miss an opportunity to get pregnant each month. Ovacue has been clinically proven to be 98.3% accurate in monitoring ovulation in studies sponsored by the National Institute of Health.
Ovacue is especially important for women who:
1. Have irregular periods.
2. Suffer from low ovarian function
3. Are taking fertility drugs like Clomiphene Citrate (Clomid, Serophene, etc.) and other fertility drugs
4. Simply want to conceive fast
5. Women over 40
6. Want to use it after pregnancy as natural family planning deviceFertility Massage
Doing self-fertility massage
or getting fertility massage from a professional massage therapist is very important because massage helps you relax, increases the blood blow to the reproductive organs and helps break down scar tissue and unblock fallopian tubes. It is especially recommended for women who have endometriosis and PCOS.Acupuncture:Acupuncture
is another great way to prepare for pregnancy because acupuncture helps support ovulation, creates hormonal balance and prepares the uterus for embryo implantation.
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