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Posted by: Jane Spencer | 2010-05-08

Ovulating

I''ve been tested for PCOS, endometriosis etc. to establish why my periods are never regular (I''d bleed for 2/3 weeks non stop, spotting initially then I''d have a normal period) - all the tests/scans came back negative. I started taking Chaste Tree, a homeopathic remedy to regulate my hormones and I started to have normal cycles of 32 days, I also took ovulation tests on days 14-16 but was negative. I''m currently on my 16th day of menstrual bleeding and I''ve been taking the Chaste Tree for 3 months now. The bleeding started on day 32. I took a pregnancy test as I thought it may be implatation bleeding as it was brown spotting for the 1st few days but the test was negative. Am I missing something? How can I fall pregnant if I don''t know when I''m ovulating?

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Dear Jane Spencer

The best way to find out if follicles are developing and if ovulation is taking place is through serial ultrasound monitoring of follicular growth.

Answered by: Dr Y.M. Dasoo

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Posted by: Jane Spencer | 2010-06-10

Hi Nikky, you can get it from a homeopath - I got it from Food for Thought in Hillcrest and they use to post it to Joburg for me. It''s about R180 for a month''s supply

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Posted by: nikky | 2010-06-02

Jane can you please tell me where i can buy chase tree and what is the cost involved.

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Posted by: Fertility expert | 2010-05-17

Dear Jane Spencer

The best way to find out if follicles are developing and if ovulation is taking place is through serial ultrasound monitoring of follicular growth.

Answered by: Dr Y.M. Dasoo

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