GREEN Tea Or RED RASPERRY Tea For A BFP

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patrizia - March 9

hi- i am ttc for 2yrs. i have been told i dont ovulate .(hormone imbalances) i am taking a break from injections and other meds for now. --but i guess i am hoping for that "miracle" during my break cycles. i heard about green tea and red rasberry tea are good for helping fertility . did anyone try it and get a BFP? and what days of the cycle? which tea is better to try ? any ohter secrets that can help ? thanks.

 

Daynae79 - March 9

good question. I was wondering the same thing.....any advice on non perscription items that can help fertility???

 

Megs - March 9

I've heard great things about both. I personally tried red raspberry leaf and my body rejected it like crazy!!!!! Just be careful with what all you're taking. Good luck!

 

javidsgirl - March 9

i was where you are patrizia i didn"t ovulate on my own at all. i tried soy for one cycle and i am now 17 weeks and 5 days

 

patrizia - March 9

thanks for you respones just curious MEGS--what do you mean you body rejected it ? how did you feel ? ---and---to javidsgirl--what kind of soy? and how much and when ? thanks !

 

Daynae79 - March 9

yes, what is this soy i have been hearing about?

 

Martha31 - March 9

patrizia: do you believe in homeopathy?? Well, from what I know it can not harm you. I think it is worth to try since you're trying for so long. i know a person who was not ovulaitng and conceived after one month of homeopatic treatment.... GL

 

DaBonkElsMe - March 9

Patrizia - Megs had lots of issues with the red reasberry tea. I do not recall exactly what happened, I think nightmares or night sweats and other things too. I am sure she will come back on and speak for herself. But I have read that red raspberry tea leaf is good for strengthening the uterus, but that it is also known for softening the cervix. I thikn it is supposed to be better for inducing labor, rather than Ovulation. I have been using soy myself. I got pregnant with my third cycle on soy after trying for months without it. Unfortunately I lost that pregnancy, but I am using it again this cycle. It helps to mature the follicles so that you can produce and sustain a viable egg for fertilization. I heard about soy on here first, from javidsgirl actually, but I have since talked to a nutritionist about it and she led my to believe it would be safe and could be useful. Daynae - It's soy isoflavins - you can but them at any drug store. It's recommended to take 240 mg on cd's 3 through 5 or 5 through 7 depending on when you usually O - later O = start soy later. I have seen women on here take it on other cd's too. This cycle I am trying CD4 through 9, b/c I O late and feel like a little extra will not hurt. I also triied green tea but did not find it particularly effective or enjoyable, that's just me though, many others on here have tried it with better results.

 

javidsgirl - March 9

DaBonkElsMe you right on with the soy info. as for me i actualy took it for 7 days but that was on the advice of naturalpath becuase i had true infertility so i would take it for the 3-5 days which ever you choose unless a professional instructs you otherwise

 

nino3 - March 9

Hi, Know that you mention about tea i do remmeber this month having drank alot of camomile and cinamon tea every night. My dog died and it was hard on me and my mother told me to heat water and put one bag of camomile and one bag of cinnamon tea in the cup and drink it. I did it almost every night and i got a BFP. I dont know it this helped any but thats what i did. I was also told at one point that i may not ovulate due to cysts on ovaried. I, like you, decided to quit all medicine after a year of being on it and no luck. I quit taking medicine in Novemeber 2006 and this week, out of the blue, i found out im pg. I only bd 2 times this whole month and right after bd i lifted my legs and put a pillow underneath my hips and stayed like that for like 8 minutes. The tea and the lifting my legs was all that i did different this month. Good luck to you!!

 

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