I understand what you are going through. I had the same problem like you. I tried for 22 months means nearly two years. I took folic acid, have sex on the most fertile days, drank grapefruit juice, handstand after sex, legs up after sex, I even was putting eggwhite in my vagina before sex. Beleive me none worked but for other people (yes). I cried every months seeing my period. I prayed a lot to God, 7 days after, I started to see changes in me, and the first month after my prayer for the first time I see egg cervical mucus and I continued to pray and the third month I become pregnant. I did know. I just missed a period and was getting lots of egg cm discharge but still I refused to beleive it. My husband noticed my breasts got bigger while he was touching them but I did not realise it. I took two pregnancy test yesterday and confirmed that I am 2 months pregnant. I was drinking also peppermint tea (a big cup in the morning and a small cup in the evening) I was reading somewhere. I started to drink one month before I got pregnant. This also help to regulate the hormones. Have faith, and all the best.View Thread
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