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How to Use Soy to Induce Ovulation

on Oct 29, 2012

by Dr. Christine Lee, MD

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How to Use Soy to Induce Ovulation

Just like Clomid, soy isoflavones trick the body to produce more estrogen and thus increase your chances to ovulate. It is a great natural alternative to induce ovulation.

Infertility is a more and more common issue all over the world. If you are one of the women who have difficulties in getting pregnant, you might be having ovulation problems. There are many treatments and herbs which are helpful in the ovulation process, but it is very difficult to choose the right one for you. First of all, you have to think about a treatment with minimal side effects. If it is a natural one, go for it. Soy, for example, can really help you in fulfilling your dream of becoming a mother. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

Are you wondering how it works?

Just like Clomid, it seems that soy isoflavones trick the body to produce more estrogen and thus increase your chances to ovulate.

Where to buy and dosage

Buy good quality, well research supplements based on soy isoflavones. You may find them marketed as aids to relieve menopause symptoms. Such supplements can easily be found in grocery stores and pharmacies in the form of 40mg pills. The recommended dose is 80 mg every day, so you will most probably have to take 2 pills a day (depending on the supplement).

When to take the supplement

For the supplement to take effect, it must be taken at just the right time – that is at the beginning of your menstrual cycle (three to five days after the first day of menstruation). Soy isoflavones should be taken at the same hour every day (the time of day doesn’t matter, though). For the best results, take them during a meal.

Possible risks

You should not take this kind of supplement more than five days in a row every month. If you exceed this limit, it will actually have negative effects on your ovulation, leading to imbalances in your natural cycle. Also, soy may be dangerous in combination with some medicines, such as antibiotics, so be careful at what you take.

Chart your ovulation

Determine your fertility by taking your basal body temperature. If you don’t ovulate, you can increase the dosage a little. However, it is recommended to ask for a doctor’s advice before doing this.

So, now you know how to use soy to induce ovulation. Do not be afraid to try this natural treatment, because it will not be dangerous for your health as long as you follow the instructions that come with the supplement of your choice.

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Dr. Christine Lee earned her Ph.D. in Developmental Biology and Master of Science in Biomolecular Organization. Dr. Lee is Lab Director for ConceiveEasy and is board certified as a High Complexity Laboratory Director (HCLD).

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  • ms.tels

    When do you ovulate

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  • ElizabethHarris

    Hello i just order this and I’ve been taking it for about 5 days now and I didn’t get my period the month before because im irregular and I don’t exactly know when I’ll ovulate I’d really like to know when or how I can figure it out and how long do I wait till i get my period please help !!!! I really want to get pregnant I’ve been ttc for so long now Pleaassse some one can you answer my questions!!?? 
    -thanks Lucy

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  • twanaMandy

    i am on my 2nd bottle of the feriballa i took Month 1 an nothing happen if i am hoping i get pregnant soon me and my bf been trying for a 1 year so i am hoping it work do u have any thing to help me out

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  • Dr. Prabha Sahgal, MD

    While many women experience success with FertiBella within the first month, each individual’s reproductive cycles are unique. ConceiveEasy® is clinically proven effective in overcoming the most common obstacles to conception, and has been designed to dramatically increase your chances of conception better than traditional fertility treatments.

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  • Monica Scott, RN

    If you have a regular 28-day cycle, there is a good probability that you ovulate 14 to 15 days after the first day you had your period. However; if you have irregular cycles, it is best that you use an ovulation predictor kit to detect your ovulation date. Additionally, you should try to have sex during your fertile days, which is 4-5 days before your ovulation to improve your likelihood of getting pregnant.

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  • Maureen Stephens, RN

    While many people see results with ConceiveEasy in the very first month, each individual’s reproductive cycles are unique. ConceiveEasy is clinically proven effective in overcoming the most common obstacles to conception, and has been designed to dramatically increase your chances of conception better than traditional fertility treatments. For you to accurately determine your ovulation date, it is best that you make use of Ovulation Predictor tests, which included in this kit.

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  • Claire lynch

    Hi, I was just reading the article about using soy isoflavones, I was wondering if you can tell what the dosage is. I bought some from a very well know health food and supplement shop but can’t tell what the dose is. It says they are 750 mg containing 3% isoflavones. It says these the typical composition is

    diadzin & diadzein 12mg
    Glycitin & glycitein 7mg
    Genistin & genistein 2.5mg
    Soya saponins 23mg

    I have irregular periods and don’t ovulate every cycle as I have pcos, I also only have one functioning tube which reduces my chances even more. I’m trying to conceive naturally before the doctor puts me onto clomid.. Please help.. Claire

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  • Marie

    Hi I’m on CD95 I have not ovulated and I was wondering if I have to wait until I start my period to start taking soy isoflavones or can I just start now since I haven’t ovulated?
    Thank You So Much
    -Marie

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  • Rene

    Hi, my husband and I have been trying for 8 months, with no success. I have a 32 day cycle, that’s like clock-work. I’m 22 years old. I haven’t tried anything but the old fashion way. I usually ovulate on day 19/20. Tomorrow ( 7 April 2014) should start my CD-1. If I go out and get this stuff tomorrow, when would be the BEST CD’s to start?

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