, yung fish oil, may instructions naman sa bottle. depende sa EFA (essential fatty acids) content/dosage nya so read mo lang instructions. Iba iba din kasi. Basta sasabihin naman sa bottle yung recommended dosage. @ms.katy
, laking tulong ng EPO no? actually, google about it and you'll find more info. Nabasa ko ang talagang purpose nya is to ease PMS symptoms or pains, eh nagd-dysmenorrhea din ako during period kaya nag-decide din ako mag-take nito. Nakabasa nga lang din ako at the same time na nakakatulong din sya pagproduce ng EWCM at ginagamit ng mga ttc or yung mga may dry spells. Pero kaya sya hindi advised i-take pag after ng ovulation pag ttc ka eh dahil it relaxes something in our cervix, just can't remember the exact terms pero that's how it works. It ripens the cervix daw so it also helps in inducing labor. Kaya sya hindi recommended pag mago-ovulate ka na kasi baka pati yung baby mo, dumulas ng maaga, based sa pagkaintindi ko. madaming info sa google, check check nyo
Here's an excerpt from one of the articles I googled:
The essential fatty acid that is contained in evening primrose oil, gamma linolenic acid, is converted by the female body into a substance known as prostaglandin. This substance is similar to a hormone, and it has a similar effect. Prostaglandin is known to have anti-inflammatory properties, and an increase in gamma linolenic acid can boost production of this hormone-like substance and help with female fertility and other issues. The anti-inflammatory properties triggered by the extra gamma linolenic acid can also help relieve the pain associated with menstrual cramps naturally, without the use of medications with potentially harmful side effects.
But women who are actively trying to conceive may be more interested in the link between evening primrose oil and pregnancy. Evening primrose oil is thought to work by improving the quality of the mucus lining the cervix. This mucus lining obviously plays a vital role in pregnancy by preparing the way for the fetus, and the impact of the vitamin E and gamma linolenic oil in evening primrose oil seems to play a positive role in this process.
Evening primrose oil is thought to help women produce more cervical mucus, which in turn aids the sperm on its journey toward the waiting egg. The type of cervical mucus evening primrose oil helps to produce has been shown to increase the survival rate of sperm, and therefore increase the odds of a successful pregnancy.
Many fertility experts recommend that women who are actively trying to get pregnant take evening primrose oil from the first day of their menstrual period through ovulation. From ovulation until the onset of the next period, that evening primrose oil can be replaced with flaxseed oil. Once those women become pregnant, they can continue taking flaxseed oil until the 34th week of pregnancy, then switch back to evening primrose oil to aid in delivery. The extra gamma linolenic acid in the evening primrose oil can prepare the cervix for delivery and make childbirth more comfortable for mother and baby alike. The evening primrose oil should be taken orally, as this gives it time to dissipate throughout the body and be absorbed gradually.
hope this helps
, yun nga eh, wala kong naramdaman at all. The only sign I had was a missed period. Ang usual symptoms ko pag magkakaron na ko is medyo nagkakaron na ko ng cramps but this time, naiba. Never did I experience soreness of breasts before or during period pero nitong ineexpect ko ang period ko, naramdaman ko sya. pero di sumakit puson ko. so akala ko napalitan lang ng symptoms yung sign na parating si AF, eh hindi dumating. inantay kong mag-CD32 eh 29 lang average CD ko, CD33 ko nag-PT na ko. excited eh, since TTC nga kami. then ayun, malabo but definitely may 2nd line.
. sinunod sunod na araw ko pa kasi nga iniisip ko baka sa labo nya eh mawala kinabukasan. kaso lahat meron
. 3 consecutive days ko ginawa yung tests, faint positive lahat.