Irregular Cycle And TTC
Hi, my period comes every second month I hate it why?? I have 3 kids they told me that after the baby was born it might go back to normal, but it hasn’t. Anything would help to get monthly cycles. My doctor told me to go on the pill to regulate it, but I don’t want to because I want to have another baby.
I have no PCOS and I have had my tubes checked and currently all is good.
I have an Ovacue to help me with ovulation. My first 2 kids were easy to have months, the 3rd was 1 year with Clomid, but I was very stressed out because I was thinking if I was going to get pregnant or not. I have done all. I am 32, my husband is 32 and my kids are 9, 5, 8 months.
Since you have a Ovacue
you should know if you are ovulating.
Make sure to use the vaginal sensor to confirm ovulation. The vaginal sensor
measure the shift from estrogen to progesterone dominance. This is what you really need to know. If this shift is delayed you will ovulate late.
Irregular and long cycles 8 months after giving birth can be normal. Consider that your body has done a huge amount of work to make a new baby.
I would recommend taking fertility vitamins like FertilAid for women
to support your ovulation cycles and help regulate your cycles. A lack of important fertility vitamins can cause poor hormonal balance.
FertilAid contains all the vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and herbs your body needs to prepare for conception.
“Vitex (vitex agnus-castus), a central ingredient in FertilAid for Women, is a medicinal herb that has been shown in clinical studies to support fertility and treat common fertility disorders, particularly those associated with cycle irregularity and hormonal imbalance.”Read full article…
I hope this helps you,
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