FertiliTea To Get Pregnant And Boost Ovulation After Depo
Hi I've just purchased Fertili Tea as my partner and I want to try for a baby. The reason I’m going to use the Fertili Tea is to help bring on my period and get my body back to normal after having depo shot twice, will this help?
Yes, Fertili Tea
will help support regular ovulatory cycles. It contains very important herbal remedies that work together to support reproductive health.
Vitex is especially important in bringing back the menstrual cycles after being on Depo because it helps restore hormonal balance in a very gently, yet effective way.
Vitex is a known herb to treat poor ovarian function. After been on depo, your ovaries are supressed and to not produce eggs for months. Vitex stimulates the pituitary gland to secrete luteinizing hormone (LH), which stimulates the ovary to ovulate.
It has been proven effective in the treatment of many ovulatory dysfunctions in women like luteal phase defect, polycystic ovaries, and irregular periods.
Fertili Tea also contains Red raspberry which is very helpful in helping prepare uterine muscles for pregnancy. It is very high in nutrients like Nettle leaf needed to support fertility and pregnancy. Green tea is added to Fertili Tea formula to provide anti-oxidant properties to this blend.
Taking anti-oxidants when preparing for conception and during pregnancy is so important because anti-oxidants help you make healthy eggs because anti-oxidants support DNA (genetic material) integrity and prevent mutations and birth defects. Fending off oxidative damage from environmental toxins and life style choices is very important while trying to conceive.
Ladies mantle is another herbal ingredient of Fertili Tea that is very helpful in regulating the menstrual cycle while providing tonic effect on the cervix stimulating the body to make healthy fertile mucus to increase conception.
After been on Depo, you may experience vaginal dryness. If this is the case, this herb will help you.
Also, consider taking FertileCM
for faster results.
If you have been on Depo consider a minimum preconception period of 4 months before trying to conceive to allow your body to find perfect balance.
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