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Herbal remedies for long periods

27 May, 2009

Question:

There are herbal remedies for long periods. I, too, was unable to conceive while my bleeding lasted from 6 to 8 days. However, I did some research, and took Vitamin C with bioflavinoids (500 mg) twice daily while bleeding. I also took a B complex vitamin daily, while bleeding. This shortened the bleeding to four and a half days, which never happened before: And, with Gd's help, I am expecting our first child. This method is worth a try, though check with your health care provider if it's safe for you. It's less risky and more cost effective than any other fertility treatment: Hatzlacha:


Answer:

Thank you for sharing this information with us.

B'Sha'ah Tovah!


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