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Tips on getting pregnant(3 Posts)
So I had ivf to conceive my DD 2.5 and my twin DD’s 14 months.
DD 1 was my 3rd attempt at FET (frozen embryo transfer)
DD twins were 4th
So first 2 FET’s were unsuccessful
During my 3rd try I did a lot of research and I believe this helped me become pregnant.
Firstly, before the FET I drank Pom juice, this helped thicken my lining and the embryo implant. I continued drinking this until 5/6 weeks pregnant.
2/3 days after FET I had the core of a pineapple. This helped with implantation. You can do this couple of days after dtd.
Baby aspirin - helps to thicken the lining (but do check with you gp before taking please) also helps with blood flow going to the embryo I believe and preventing miscarriage.
Raspberry tea - drink leading up to days you’ll be conceiving but none after you’ve dtd.
Keep your feet and your womb warm. I wore thick socks all day and to bed done nights (which I hated) I even kept a hot water bottle on my feet and stayed under a blanket (thank god it was winter).
This worked for my FET and I believe it would work for you ladies who are naturally TTC.
Best of luck!
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Thank you @Fearicecream these are some good tips!! I didn't know about needing to keep warm... I guess my 2 x camping trips during my last TWW probably didn't help my attempts then 😅
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