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#1 of 6 Old 10-26-2012, 06:39 AM - Thread Starter
 
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AF started last night - this will be our 4th cycle of trying and I am just looking for any little tips or tricks that might help this be THE cycle....I have seen a little bit about Maca but don't really know anything about it.....anyone have anything to share about it? Thanks!!


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Sorry you haven't gotten any replies yet! Have you tried a search? I don't know very much about it, just that the recommended dose is 1000mg/day.

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I just ordered Maca for the first time.  It supposedly increases libido and that is my main reason for trying it.  There are a couple of Maca threads on here, most of them related to conception.  Maca balances your hormone levels and supposedly increases fertility that way.  Just search this forum for Maca and you'll get plenty of discussions from those who have used it.  :)

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Thanks - will do!


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I have been using Maca and it really helps with my energy.  Still waiting on my BFP though.  I make a shake with almond milk, almond butter, a banana, raw cocoa powder, and maca.   Its good!
 


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hello I saw your ad and want to tell you that you should take the concentrated extract of black maca in Spain, they sell it, my sister is 42 years old and also take it because her husband had low sperm quality and have become pregnant within three weeks the baby is born.
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