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u/This_River · 1 pointr/TTC30

‘It Starts With The Egg’ should be mandatory reading for all women TTC. Highly recommend! It discusses CoQ10 in depth. Per the book, I ordered this brand from Amazon which has show success in human clinical trials:

Bio-Quinone Pharma Nord Q10 Gold...

Here’s a link to the book too: It Starts with the Egg: How the...

Best of luck on your TTC journey! 🤗🥚

u/CascadianBaby · 1 pointr/TTC30

Love the info! Thank you. Mainly I meant the product listing.. Haha! Is it this one or this one?

Thanks again for sharing the study!

u/starrwith2rs · 1 pointr/TTC30

Oh yeah, I totally understand! Then I would recommend from my own experience that you test more often than once a day. You can get cheap OPK's on Amazon (I use these) so you do have to worry about how many you go through in a day. My approach has been to test 2x a day starting around CD12 but if you know you ovulate earlier maybe start testing a day or 2 earlier. In this last cycle I got a positive OPK at 11pm and another at 8am. I must have surged overnight. If I had tested only in the afternoon I would have missed the surge altogether!

Good luck testing!

u/deadasthatsquirrel · 3 pointsr/TTC30


The first step is reading Taking Charge of Your Fertility. I'm 34 and I didn't know half this stuff!

I highly recommend buying a BBT thermometer (I use the Mabis one), some ovulation tests (Wondfos on Amazon are a favourite here), and using FertilityFriend to track your temperature and cervical fluid.

I really like The Impatient Woman's Guide to Getting Pregnant, as she looks at the actual scientific research behind most common TTC things and tells you whether they're worthwhile or not.

Hope your stay here is short!

P.S. /r/TryingForABaby is a bit busier than here and there are plenty of 30+ women there too :)

u/letsgetknockedup · 2 pointsr/TTC30

Well, they are eggs, so I don't see anything wrong with it. You should probably add solid chocolate eggs though, y'know, for variety. I highly recommend these since they are my favorite and they come in dark chocolate.

I'm really sorry about your ankle, by the way. Both of mine are super weak and I tend to get a good sprain every year or so.

u/11seven · 2 pointsr/TTC30

I got a 100pk of these — not the most eco friendly decision but they work super well. I typically test in the morning though, not quite as portable for work.

u/Darkly_Bright · 2 pointsr/TTC30

According to the book Making Babies, the recommended vitamins for men are around:

5000IU Vit A (beta carotene)
1.2-1.5mg Vit B1 (thiamine)
1.3mg Vit B2 (riboflavin)
5mg Vit B5 (pantothenic acid)
50mg Vit B6
400mg Folic Acid
100mcg Vit B12
500-1000mcg Vit C
800-1000IU Vit D
400IU Vit E (d-alpha-tocaphenol)
250-300mg Calcium
2mg Copper
2mg Iron
250-500mg Magnesium
1-2mg Manganese
50-100mcg Selenium
50mg Zinc

We were able to find most of this covered in the generic CVS Men's daily vitamin, but I'm sure there are better options!

u/minxybean · 1 pointr/TTC30

My aircraft tech husband swears by [this](O’Keeffe’s Working Hands Hand Cream, 3.4 ounce Jar stuff. Works like a charm!

u/emrhiannon · 1 pointr/TTC30

Strongly recommend The book Taking charge of your fertility Taking Charge of Your Fertility, 20th Anniversary Edition: The Definitive Guide to Natural Birth Control, Pregnancy Achievement, and Reproductive Health

Read it. Follow it :-)

u/gordonpep · 2 pointsr/TTC30

Stupid body! Sorry to hear that, Lady. Side note - for heartburn - one of the things I use that really helps is Club Soda. [These things] ( are perfect. Small serving, and it won't go flat on ya like a big bottle would. It's basically like chugging some dissolved baking soda, but it really works

Hang in there!

u/quince23 · 6 pointsr/TTC30

Taking Charge of Your Fertility, which describes in detail how changes in your cycle impact your body, allowing you to figure out your most fertile days.

Expecting Better, a book by a kick-ass economist. She goes through all the pregnancy recommendations and digs up the initial studies to say what the evidence actually says.

Pregnancy, Childbirth, and the Newborn - just what it says on the tin

"All Joy and No Fun" and "Why Have Kids?" are interesting reads if you want to examine parenthood in American culture, but are less relevant for the TTC process.

u/artipants · 6 pointsr/TTC30

Amazon Wondfos are even cheaper! I'm in my 9th cycle now and haven't yet emptied out my first 50 pack. And I really do test whenever I feel like it.

u/rainbowmoonheartache · 6 pointsr/TTC30

I personally recommend the "bible" of the Fertility Awareness Method: Taking Charge of Your Fertility by Toni Weschler, MPH. (The new 20th anniversary edition comes out in July.)

u/teachesaurusrex · 2 pointsr/TTC30

Or you can get an arm band like this one.

u/medtech07 · 1 pointr/TTC30

I use a Vick's Thermometer. It isn't a basal thermometer.


  • big light up display. I can see it without my glasses, when I am still bleary-eyed barely awake (also color coded for fever) and haven't turned on the light. When it registers your temp it beeps and lights up
  • Reads in just a couple of seconds
  • Displays last temp taken when you turn it on
  • Reads to the 1/10th degree
  • Has a case


  • it beeps too much. It does 3-4 double beeps before lighting up the background up so you can see the temp in the dark. (you can see it before the background lights up if you have a light on)