Just wondering if anyone has taken this supplement before. Right now they are running a special. Its a really good deal, but I just wonder if it is okay to take this supplement with the prenatal vitamins or if it is one or the another?
Me(28) & DH(28); Married & TTC since April 2008
Thanks for your Reply!
I have been taking FertiBella since December. Still no pregnancy.. but no side effects either. I am now taking Clomid and here is the reponse I received about taking Clomid and FertiBella together from their website:
Thank you for contacting LeRoche Benicoeur Consumer Healthcare. FertiBella Advanced Conception is a safe and all natural solution for enhancing your body's own natural fertility and optimizing your chances to conceive quick & easy. In a long-term efficacy and safety study, no common side effects have been reported with FertiBella. Because it is all-natural, FertiBella is safe to take alongside other prescription or non-prescription medications, like Clomid. We do recommend that you schedule a pre-conception checkup with your doctor or healthcare specialist to discuss any questions that you may have before trying to get pregnant. If you find out that you are pregnant, then you can discontinue use of FertiBella Advanced Conception and switch to taking prenatal vitamins to give your body all the vitamins and minerals it needs while pregnant. If I can be of further service, please feel free to contact me. If you have any questions you may also contact customer service at 1-888-363-9222 or log on to www.fertibella.com .
When I started taking FertiBella my cycles became regular... but still no BFP. I have since started on clomid because it appears I need something more to help me ovulate. I am still taking the FertiBella... It definately appears it will not hurt.. and possible just make my eggs more viable. Good luck to you!!
Hi... do keep us posted on your progress! I dealt with infertility issues for 2 yrs before finding the free trial of Fertibella. I had tried everything from Vitex to HCG to no avail. My dr said the ingredients in Fertibella were very similar to a prenatal vitamin, so I don't think you'll need the vitamins. Your doc might have his own opinion, but that's what mine said anyway. The first things you'll notice is that your period might come sooner and regulate itself if that's been an issue for you in the past. Your early ovulation tests should be promising. Then it takes anywhere from a few months to half a year to really get the results you were anxiously awaiting. For me, it was 39 days, but I had a girlfriend who waited 6-7 months. Everyone is different. Good luck! Baby dust!
After TTC for a little over 3 years, I tried to use Fertibella for help. By the time I had 3 pills left in the 5th bottle I discovered we were finally going to have a baby after years of trying. It was a blessing for my husband and myself. The free ovulation tests were beneficial for our use as well.
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