what I found out today since im ttc. ::Bailey:: Due December 29 (girl); 1 child; Rio Vista, Texas 751 posts
Feb 13th '13

Mucinex helps conceive. Useful tip! So since I don't know exactly when I ovulate can I take it regularly? I wont take it everyday. But just curious.

SophieKay 2 kids; Ontario 313 posts
Feb 13th '13

I believe I've read it's unwise to take throughout the entire cycle. Do you not know when you ovulate because you're irregular, or because you haven't done temps or opks yet? If it's because you're irregular, can you ballpark it within a week and try mucinex in that timeframe? Ttc concerns aside, it's probably not wise to take any medication more than necessary, best to try narrowing the time frame down.

PrincessCupcake Due October 23 (girl); 1 child; Palm Harbor, Florida 170 posts
Feb 13th '13

Wow, I hadn't heard that. Do you know why? Just curious.

Katie & Clay's Mommy! TTC since Jan 2012; 18 kids; Louisiana 2847 posts
Feb 13th '13
Quoting *sergei federov*:" Wow, I hadn't heard that. Do you know why? Just curious."

It helps increase cervical mucus. Makes it more sperm friendly.

Amelia [a Mom] 1 child; 4 angel babies; Tallahassee, Florida 18492 posts
Feb 14th '13

I would just use Preseed when you BD. It's awesome and you won't have to worry about taking meds. :)