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if it were me i would try the soy. i read a lot of threads on soulcysters about soy, and many women tried it late in a cycle for this reason - just to help get a jump on things so they could move on.
my 1st cycle with soy (i just finished my 2nd) i took it starting CD11 because i tend to O late and i knew that my body wouldn't be prepping to O yet. i O'd at around the same time i usually would, but i had much better signs of O than i usually do (i usually don't have O pains or EWCM). no BFP yet, but i'm still experimenting with what CDs to take it and what dose. i am Oing regularly with it, and my LP is longer, so even without the BFP i'm feeling good about it.
anyway yeah, i would say try the soy! and avoid soy the rest of your cycle so the spike is more pronounced. i know a couple soy babies, so i hope that it brings you some good luck!
Miscarriage at 6 weeks on 1/11/09, DS born on 6/22/10, DS born on 5/31/12, and new baby due 4/2/14
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