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TTC What Else Can I Do?

by Azriela
(Wichita, Kansas USA)

Hi my name is Azriela. I'm 19 years old and me and my boyfriend have been trying to get pregnant for years now. I've stopped drinking caffeine, started taking prenatal vitamin, avoided all kinds of certain foods, I've never been on birth control, but even with all that we're getting nowhere. I took ovulation tests but none of them ever say I'm ovulating. All my pregnancy tests have been negative also. My periods are irregular. In the past 5 months I've only had 4 periods. (December 24, 2011) for 7 days, (January 24, 2012) for 5 days, (March 4, 2012) for 5 days, and (April 6th, 2012) for 4 days (and it was dark brown for this one) can anyone help us know what to do for sure to get pregnant. We would like to bring a little bundle of joy into the world before his grandmother passes. She 's doing good now thank God (: bt who knows when the Lord will decide to take her beautiful soul home.



I would recommend switching from prenatal vitamins to fertility vitamins for both you and your boyfriend. I would recommend FertilAid fertility vitamins.

To make sure that you are ovulating you need to do fertility charting by taking your basal body temperature every day before getting out of bed, or you need to use a fertility monitor like Ovacue that measures the electrolyte changes in your saliva and vaginal mucus. This is the most accurate fertility monitor I know.

I don’t recommend using urine ovulation tests alone as the LH surge is too short lived. If you have irregular periods ovulation tests are not very effective in helping you pin point ovulation.

The fertility vitamins will support your body in having more regular cycles as they contain Vitex. Vitex is known to address longer irregular periods due to delayed ovulation. Vitex also addresses issues related to short luteal phase defect and polycystic ovaries.

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