I gave birth in December of 2013, to a beautiful baby girl — I had been on a birth control pill for years before trying to get pregnant. I went off of it for one month, and then got pregnant on our very first try the next month! My period did not return until January of 2014, because I was nursing. In March of 2014, I stopped nursing and got back on the birth control pill in April, mainly because my face was so broken out from starting back my period and stopping nursing that I wanted to do something to regulate my hormones (I wish I had known about the fertility cleanse then!) I was on the pill from April thru June, and then got off in July to start trying to get pregnant again. (When I got back on the pill, I was thinking we were going to wait longer to start trying than we ended up doing.)
We tried to conceive August-November, but I was having spotting for about 3-10 days before every period. I was referred to a fertility specialist, who did an ultrasound of my uterus to check for polyps, did all kinds of blood work, checking hormone levels and such, and everything came back normal. We started trying again in February-May, and I did not conceive and continued to have the spotting for up to 10 days before my period started. I found this website and decided to try the cleanse [Fertility Cleanse] in June. I followed it to a tee, and it really was not hard to keep up with. The next month, I had NO spotting for the first time in almost a year, and I got pregnant!
I am now 13 weeks into a healthy pregnancy. This cleanse was just what my body needed! I think my hormones were all out of whack due to giving birth, nursing, going on birth control and then coming back off of it, and this cleanse just reset everything. I am SO thankful I tried it!
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