Monday, April 20, 2009

Bring on the rain...

I’m hopeful today…. Which usually means I’m about to get some bad news. I hate to think like that, but that’s generally how life hits me.

I started taking the cinnamon over the weekend. So much nicer on my intestines than Met! I’m pretty sure it’s working, too, because I didn’t have much to eat yesterday before church, and ended up having my sugar drop while grocery shopping. Luckily, we were grocery shopping and there was some soda (which I rarely drink) available. I didn’t start the vitex, because my local health food store was out of stock, and the supply I ordered online hasn’t arrived yet. I’ll update on that once I get it. I’m so excited to start getting healthy! I feel good. I can’t remember the last time I was able to say that. PLEASE God, don’t let this feeling go away….

15 comments:

Beautiful Mess said...

I hope your good feeling sticks around for a LONG time!
*HUGS*

Megan's Infertility said...

Hope you get your order soon. My FertilAid arrived today so I'm going to start it tomorrow...hopefully it's nice to my intestines...Met was a friggin' nightmare!

Good luck! Can't wait to see how everything works out for you!! :0)

Good Egg Hunting said...

I hope this is a good approach for you that pays off!

In Due Time said...

I hope the good feeling continues! Good Luck!

Kristin said...

Hope the new regimen works wonders for you!

And, going back to your question about your cousin, this is the approach I would take...
"Congratulations on your pregnancy. I am so excited/thrilled to hear about the baby you are having but I am so saddened to hear about the loss of the twin. If there is anything I can do, please let me know."

~ICLW

Celia said...

You might want to try Royal Jelly.

I hope you keep feeling so fabulous.

I am lucky to have no problems tolerating MET, but it scares me that it could compromise my liver.

bunny said...

Hooray! I am glad your are feeling so good. I second the Royal Jelly- it really does contribute to over all well being.

ICLW

jenn said...

Hi! I took vitex. I recently stopped it because I was getting pain in my overies like I had a BIG cyst. after I stopped taking it the pain went away. Be careful with that herb.

{Mrs.M} said...

Hi Jill,

Good luck with your herbs! Like Jenn, I also got awful pains/cramps but it actually did bring on a period. I hope it works for you! Great to see you're feeling so good!!

Villagepig said...

From ICLW:
I am truly intrigued by this regime because if it works I totally want to suggest it to my sister!

Will watch with interest :-)

VP

sunflowerchilde said...

Thanks for your comment on my blog. I have been interested in holistic aids for fertility, too, although I don't have a diagnosis that I'm trying to treat, so I'm not sure what I'd be looking for.

I hope the herbs help you!

Gina said...

I hope you continue to feel good for a very long time!

ICLW

Mrz. Hannah Myhre said...

HI I also Have PCOS and now you've got me really curious about all this natural stuff. I'll definitely be looking into it:)

Hannah
~ICLW

starky said...

I NEVER knew that cinnamon was good for regulating blood glucose. How awesome, I would love to give it a try. My blood glucose gets crazy sometimes if I don't eat regularly, which is a huge pain the butt because I'm never really hungry! I must try cinnamon!

Devilish Southern Belle said...

This is interesting; I've never heard of cinnamon supplements before, so I'm not sure what they're for. I hope they work well for you, though! I am always trying to find natural ways of taking care of/helping my body, and I am always amazed at the sheer number of natural things which work for just about anything health related.