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conception tools list!

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Abella Tue 10-Nov-15 15:41:51

6th month of ttc tonight I would start a conception tool kit that everyone could add to. Extra boosts that could well help us concieve. Feel free to add as much as possible.

1) sex
2) iron tablets

lollyb20 Tue 10-Nov-15 15:56:30

Preseed or concieve plus x

Runner05 Tue 10-Nov-15 16:08:58

Ovia app
Bbt thermometer
Ovulation strips
Preconception vitamins

Grace893 Tue 10-Nov-15 16:09:13

Fertilitea and BBT thermometer

Abella Tue 10-Nov-15 21:00:28

Literally amazoning all of these as we speak blush

spaceyboo Tue 10-Nov-15 21:11:28

Pregnacare vitamins
Clearblue Fertility monitor
Mooncup (to hold semen inside you)
Conceive Plus
Pre-conception check up with doctor - lie and tell them you've been ttc for a year even if not (esp if over 35) as you will get the scans/hormone work ups sooner.
Lots of patience

Abella Tue 10-Nov-15 21:21:46

Thankyou so much, have had the day 21 test after huge persuasion and all normal.. So going to try everything that everyone has suggested. Total bill so far £109! Will be worth it!
Any more ideas all welcome

FattyFishwife Tue 10-Nov-15 21:43:31

this as your screensaver to rub on a daily basis

these are the renowned fertility statues in Ripleys Believe It or Not museum in teh US. Apparently they also go on tour too, but theres been reported BFP's from rubbing them as a screensaver too!

Kaytee1987 Fri 13-Nov-15 11:51:12

I'm taking vitamin D and Folic Acid, using conceive plus and ovulation sticks.
Considering going for check up with doctors however think they will just tell me to lose weight (bmi 26) however my waist to height ratio is good so I don't look fat - don't know why I'm so heavy sad
3rd cycle ttc #1 - might fib and tell doctor I've been trying a few more months than that though if I go xx

spaceyboo Sun 15-Nov-15 01:03:38

Not necessarily BMI is 30, my GP told me to lose only 1-2kgs to get into the overweight category and even that just to qualify for IVF if needed.

Loki17 Sun 15-Nov-15 08:31:29

The Sperm Meets Egg Plan!

Oysterbabe Sun 15-Nov-15 10:52:18

One step opks.

SockQueen Sun 15-Nov-15 11:13:03

Lying to your doctors is bad and a waste of NHS resources.

Oysterbabe Sun 15-Nov-15 11:15:44

3rd cycle! 9 months is the average time to conceive according to my doctor. No need to see your gp yet.

CamMc Sun 15-Nov-15 19:08:50

I use a great tracking app called Clue. I'd add that to the list!

star1980 Thu 19-Nov-15 06:39:11

Fertility Friend app
Keeping hydrated (2L water daily)

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