DNpink82 Thu 08-Oct-20 16:54:14
S0upertrooper Thu 08-Oct-20 17:17:12
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Who's taken this and what are your thoughts?
I had my implant out on the 11th August and have been using OPK's since which have shown nothing but a very faint line, I've had no AF either.
You can buy it online and I'm debating trying it for once cycle to see if it kick starts things, I'm impatient as I'm 38 and don't have months to wait for things to sort themselves out
It's only been a couple of months, so technically only 2 bites at the cherry. Your hormones may not have stabilised yet. Avoid fertility drugs unless a HCP recommends them, they really mess with your body which is fine if you need them but there is no evidence you do, even perfectly fertile folk take a while to conceive.
You could improve your chances (and health) by cutting out alcohol, eating a healthy diet, doing some mindfulness, getting a massage. Good luck, hope you are successful.
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