so, I recently had a girlfriend tell me about vitamin b6. She said that a girlfriend of hers had had a few miscarriages and when she went on B6 she didn’t miscarry. putting aside the “could be a coincidence”, I’m at the point (I know many other are too) where I’m willing to give about anything (that isn’t dangerous) a try. So I looked it up on the internet and I found some reference ( 3 of which i have below). and it talks about Luteal Phase Defect (LPD) in which your luteal phase (the time between ovulation and period) is too short and then the uterine lining may not “build” to a healthy point where implantation of a fertilized egg can take place. However, in the event a pregnancy is achieved, LPD may also initiate menstrual bleeding and cause an early miscarriage.

Of course i found this to be of interest (especially since I do have short cycles) so i asked my Dr at my next visit and he agreed that it would be a good idea to try and recommended a B complex for me. so now I’m on time released B complex 100mg daily. so we’ll see if anything happens.

And if you try this, yes, florescent yellow pee is normal.  🙂

http://www.stages-in-pregnancy.com/vitamin-b6-and-fertility.html

http://www.content4reprint.com/family/pregnancy-and-family-planning/5-ways-to-prevent-miscarriage.htm

http://www.babyhopes.com/articles/luteal-phase-defect.html

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