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    Vitamin B Complex..continue??
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    DCR2003 posted:
    I kinda asked this question in my last discussion but I started taking vitamin bcomplex last month to try and lengthen my LP and also to balance out my hormones. While taking it last month, i didnt have one iota of spotting mid cycle!! YAY!! I also ovulated earlier too!! From day 12-16 instead of my regular 18-21cd.
    Im affraid if i stop i might get mid cycle bleeding again..?? On the other hand, it might have helped balance my hormones this past month and maybe i dont need the bcomplex anymore?? Do you guys think i should continue it or not? Im kinda torn ..:S Thanks
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