I did this post once before about an hour ago but it appears to not b showing up so I'll rewrite but if it somehow shows up twice...sorry.
Drinking tea is not a major dietary change.
You're correct but giving up caffeine is.
And did you forget that you took Clomid as well? Oh. Yeah, because that won't make any difference.
I'm not sure to what, specifically, you are referring to but no, I haven't forgotten what I put into my body. However, my taking clomid is irrelevant to this conversation since it was taken after the measured growth of follicles.
Tell us again how Clomid can't help with progesterone issues.
OK, so before I stated that I could only speak to my own experience, which is true for us all. Also, according to the research I've done, clomid is not given as a therapy for progesterone. Any rise is progesterone post clomid is a by-product of follicle growth ( not the same as the number of follicles growing btw) and not a guarantee.
I'm noticing a particular virulence in your posts, specifically in my direction and I'm wondering what caused this? I'm certainly not here to argue with anyone and it just seems unusual for anyone to have this much invested in other peoples particular and individual health choices and journey. I'd love to hear what is causing your responses to me.