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Here are two great probiotics. I only use Garden oF Life or Ultimate Flora. If you are vegan then I don’t recommend Fem Dophilus because It contains dairy and the capsules are made of gelatin. You can also insert these into your lotus after your cycle to feel extra Fresh 😘😘
Send me more vegan options. Sharing is caring. Love ya 

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Homeopathy Ferrum Phosphoricum 6X 

When your Menstrual cycle flow is suppressed, accompanied by depressed spirits, debility, lethargy, constant dull headache, and irritability… try taking homeopathy ferrum phosphoricum 6X #gettingfittogetpregnant

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Probiotics for Ms. Yonisha Kitten

A healthy diet and good hygiene is what you really need to stay fresh. Probiotics help but you should get everything you need from the food you eat.

Please remember :
Having a good ph doesn’t mean you don’t have a vaginal infection.

“You may not realize it, but a balanced, nutritious diet and drinking plenty of fluids are key to vaginal and reproductive health. In fact, certain foods may be effective in treating vaginal health problems. Cranberry juice and yogurt can potentially help prevent yeast infections and aid in their treatment. ”

Certain foods can help with vaginal dryness, estrogen problems and more. Your food is your doctor.

Normal ph is between a 3.8 and 4.5


There are a surprising number of triggers that can upset the vaginal ecosystem:

Menstruation: Blood has a pH of 7.4, so during your period, vaginal pH becomes elevated.

Tampons: Since they retain the fluids that cause pH to increase, tampons can contribute to the problem, especially if you “forget” a tampon and leave it in too long.

Intercourse: The pH of semen is 7.1 to 8.

Douching and cleansers: Any vaginal infusion of water or other fluids can affect vaginal pH. The pH of water is 7, and fragrances and perfumes can also irritate the vagina.

Menopause or pregnancy: These are times where hormones fluctuate, which is associated with elevated pH.

Bad diet also throws off your ph


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Cool Red Boost Juice

                                                                                           By Chef @LiaOrganic  

 For our #gettingFitToGetPregnant “Daddy to be,” it’s time to give your glands and blood a cool refreshing, hydrating boost! This oh so light and healthy recipe can increase that baby making sauce count. Give your partner so much awesome, “sauce.”

Fruit and Herb Blend:

  • 6 cups Cubes Seeded Organic Watermelon
  • 10 Fresh Mint Leaves


  • Remove seeds from watermelon
  • Cut into large cubes
  • Add mint leaves
  • Blend
  • Strain and “In-Joy”

“Lycopene — the antioxidant that gives watermelon and tomatoes their bright-red hue — is the mac-daddy of the fertility world. And while eating pretty much any red piece of produce will boost your levels, watermelon is the richest source around. Eating just one wedge a day can improve your number of in-shape sperm by 37.5 percent, per research in Fertility and Sterility.”

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Healthier Hair Removal Cream options

Grear cream but if you have very coarse hair it may not take off all the hair.

Im currently using this one and I love it. I found this one on Amazon

Works great for all hair textures and its easier to find in stores

Love Love!!

I have not used this one before but I heard good things about it

Tip: Always put  cotton between your Labia Majora  to prevent the cream from going into your vagina. 

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PumPum Appreciation Day

Men this day is for you too. It’s very important that you know what causes vaginal odor in tur relationship. The dirt under your nails and your unwashed for 2 days penis can cause vaginal odor. Always clip your nails and wash up before entering the gates of pleasure And love. If your love likes sweets… Don’t spoil her with sugar.. Too much sugar can throw off her pH and give her a yeast infection. If you want good loving then take care of your health and your queens health. Happy PumPum Appreciation Day 😘😘

Here are a few things that can throw off your pH:

  • Douching
  • Too much sugar
  • Not drinking enough water
  • Excessive washing
  • Tight clothing
  • Wearing underwear at night
  • Leaving tampons in too long
  • Underwear that are not cotton
  • Dirty hands during foreplay
  • Sex
  • Pregnancy 
  • Harsh soaps 
  • Laundry Detergent 
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How to Increase Your Chances of Conception by up to 30%

Can you imagine trying to conceive and finding out your chances were zero percent? You used your best moves. You even tilted your pelvis up after sex to help sperm reach their destination. Little did you know that your chances of conceiving were nil. This happens to couples every day, and it usually has nothing to do with infertility.

It has everything to do with knowing your cycle and timing sex for conception.

Not everyone will conceive on their first try, but understanding when to have sex can increase your chances of conception from zero to 30% when armed with a bit of knowledge.

Knowing the Important Parts
Are you familiar with your cervix? It’s such an important part of reproduction. If you want to jump start the baby-making process, get to know your cervix.

Consider the cervix as the gateway of the uterus. It also acts as the gatekeeper by opening and closing access at different times in your cycle.


The cervix is a cylinder of tissue between the vagina and the uterus, and it’s only about one-inch long. The cervix is made up of three parts:
Ectocervix – This looks like a mini doughnut with a small hole in the center. You’ll find the ectocervix on the vagina side.

External OS – This sounds like a computer term, but it isn’t technical at all. It’s just the term used for the “doughnut hole.”

Internal OS – This is the hole on the opposite end (near the uterus).

Endocervix – The canal between the external OS and the internal OS.

Your cervix goes through many changes during your cycle. And when you are ready to give birth, it changes again, widening to allow the baby’s head to pass through.


Cervical Changes
After your menstrual period, the cervix will feel hard like the tip of your nose. It will also sit lower in the vagina and be closed for business. At this point, the cervix is an excellent gatekeeper and does not let anything through. Your chances of conceiving at this stage in your cycle are virtually zero. Regardless of which position you use or how often you have sex, sperm will not pass through the cervix.

When you enter the fertile phase, the cervix starts softening and moves higher in the vagina. It will open to allow sperm to enter, and it will also be wet with cervical mucus to help the sperm reach the uterus. This is the best time to try to conceive.

When the fertile phase comes to an end, the cervix returns to the non-fertile state (hard, low, closed and dry). This happens regardless of whether you have conceived in a cycle.

See detailed “How-to” steps to cervix and cervical mucus observations here.


How to Know When You’re Fertile
It’s all well and fine to know the phases of your cycle, but if you don’t know how to detect the fertile phase, you can’t boost your chances of conceiving. So now it’s time to get to know your cervix even better. Specifically, it is your cervical mucus that can tell you where you are in your cycle and it is one of 12 ovulation symptoms.

You can evaluate cervical mucus from the vulva (external) or by inserting a clean finger into your vagina to remove a sample. Here is what you will find:

Cycle Beginning – Since the cycle begins on the first day of your menstrual period, there will be blood passing through the cervix. Most women do not ovulate during their period, so you may want to skip these days and begin checking after your period has passed.unnamed-2

After your period – Now that the blood has gone, you can insert a clean finger into the vagina to see if you are ovulating or about to ovulate. In most cases, your cervix will be dry. You may be tempted to skip this phase of evaluation too, but it is helpful to know what your cervix feels like when it isn’t fertile, so you have a point of comparison.

Approaching ovulation – An increase in estrogen causes your body to produce mucus with a higher water content, so you may notice creamy cervical mucus.

Just before ovulation – This is “go time.” When your cervical mucus looks and feels like raw egg white (clear, slippery and stretchy), you are at your most fertile. Now is the time to try to conceive for the best odds.

During ovulation – Your cervical mucus may increase and become more watery, but the time for conception is quickly passing. The egg can only survive for up to 24 hours after ovulaton, if not fertilized.

After ovulation – You’ll notice that your cervical mucus is similar to how it was when approaching ovulation. Its volume will decrease and it will be sticky and more dense. At this time, your fertile window has passed and your chances of conceiving return to zero.

Knowing when you are fertile can make a huge difference in your chances of conceiving, so stay informed and start keeping track.


imageAuthor Bio: Phil Druce is the Founder of Ovulation Calculator, a website which provides

the necessary tools and education to help women (and couples) get pregnant naturally.

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