M2 Tone And Folic Acid

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Waspee Says:


I have been trying to conceive and recently started taking M2 Tone with Folic Acid. I would like to find out how long it will take me to conceive as a result of taking these medications? Thank you.


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daniel Says:
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we ve been looking for child, pls can my wife combine m2- tone with pregnatcare conception?

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birago Says:
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Can I take clomid, vitamin E, m2 tone and folic acid , pregnacare concaption all together?

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Irene Says:
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I want to conceive and my doctor advise me to take folic acid and m2-tone please I want to know if this can help me get pregnant

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Kevin Says:

Hello Waspee,

The Charak manufacturers website claims that M2 tone syrup is used to treat scanty menstrual flow, heavy menstrual flow, irregular menstrual flow, and unexplained female infertility. I was not able to find any clinical studies that support this claim nor was I able to find any credible sources that would explain how this medicine would actually work.

With this in mind I want to remind you that M2 tone is only going to assist you with getting pregnant and is not a "for sure" thing. To make things less complicated you can get pregnant as soon as your body ready to do so. It could be today or it could be months from now, there is really no way of being certain which exact time line your body will follow.

Sorry it's so vague but these things don't have an exact time line I hope you understand.

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Gina Says:
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Instead of menstrual blood I see brownish fluid can it be menstrual blood

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