(Closed) Irregular Cycle Ladies: Has anyone tried Fertilitea? WHAT WORKS

posted 6 years ago in TTC
Post # 3
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Bumble bee

I just started drinking it, but I get a period every 30-35 days so no advise there. Curious, what are your side effects? I haven’t noticed any? Also, have you seen a doctor about not having your period?

Post # 4
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: January 2010

I’ve been meaning to try it. I’m 24, and I have PCOS, so my cycles are really wonky and irregular. Have you been to a doc/gyn to get some bloodwork or an ultrasound done, just to make sure everything’s okay? I think the teas and supplements work, but only if there’s not something else major going on.

That being said – I hope it works for you! I’ve had a lot of luck with a ‘rotating seeds’ plan from my naturopath. Let me know if you’d like the plan – it might be great.

Post # 6
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Bumble bee

Another thought.. have you tried acupuncture? Ones that specialize in fertility or womens issues can help regulate your cycle and get you on herbs to help as well if you don’t want to go the western medicine route. 

Post # 7
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

haven’t tried the tea, but i’m seeing a Naturopath who specialises in fertility, and she seems to be having a good effect on my cycles with a personalised herbal mix and some dietary changes.

all the very best!!!

Post # 9
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2011

@hamikay:  This is awesome to hear, yay! I’m going to acupuncture starting Nov 12, he does TCM as well, hoping that we have positive results as well. 🙂

Post # 10
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

@spaglitter:  the herbal mix is particular to me, and she adjusts it a little each time (it’s disgusting, and I have to shot it 3 times a day – the things we do!!). In terms of diet, she’s taken me off dairy (i use Oat milk instead), most wheat (muesli/granola for breakfast), most caffeine (drink green tea now) and encourages ‘warm’ foods rather than cold – but that’s to do with circulation problems which you may not have.

I read this book a couple of months ago and it completely opened my mind to alternative therapies before I move to medication – http://www.makingbabiesprogram.com/questionnaire/index.php

After 2 cycles of 40+ days, I’ve just Oed on CD19 – although I can’t attribute this solely to the Naturo, coz I’ve had shorted cycles in the past year. What I DO attribute to the Naturo, though, is my first BFP last cycle (even though it only lasted a day) after 12 months of BFNs. She does specialise in fertility, so i’d check for that when picking one.

Plus, you don’t have to wait some pre-determined amount of time before seeking help!!!

Good luck 🙂

@StaceyA:  awesome, i’m glad you’re seeking some help!! I was going to suggest you see someone like that while you wait for the go-ahead to see a specialist from your doctor. FX!!

Post # 11
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

I have Irregular cycles and lately Ive been drinking Vitex 2 a day.

I hear its the same ingredient thats in those Fertility teas.

Ive been on Vitex for 2 months and Ive noticed my cycle go from 55 days to 32.

I’m waiting on another period before I can call this affective. 

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