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PCOS Helped By D-Chiro-Inositol
Supplementation with d-chiro-inositol is proven to restart ovulation naturally for many PCOS women, it's safe, natural, and may help you to avoid costly IVF and other fertility treatments.
PCOS? Check Your Homocysteine Levels
Homocysteine is more likely to be high if you have PCOS and this factor can reduce fertility, IVF success and up miscarriage rates. Knowing you have a homocysetine problem can allow you to get speedy treatment to improve fertility.
PCOS? Could You Have Endometrial Polyps Too?
Women with PCOS are almost three times more likely to have endometrial polyps than non-PCOS women. Polyp removal may restore fertility quickly.
PCOS? You May Have A Thyroid Problem Too
Simply having a diagnosis of PCOS triples your risk of thyroid autoimmune disease which is associated with infertility and miscarriage.
PCOS? You May Have Poor Uterine Blood Flow
Women with PCOS may need to take steps to improve uterine blood flow to increase the chances of conceiving.
Pesticides In Drinking Water May Harm Fertility
Pesticides in drinking water - even at safe levels - can disrupt female fertility. A good water filter can help.
Phthalates and Female Infertility
Phthalates put the fragrance into most personal care, nail and hair products and can severely disrupt fertility in men and women. Learn how to reduce your exposure to protect your fertility.
Phthalates Damage Fertility And IVF Success
Phthalates are ubiquitous environmental contaminants that can lower IVF success if your exposure is great. Certain foods and personal care products can sky-rocket your risks, especially microwave popcorn.
Pine Bark / Pycnogenol And Endometriosis
Pine bark treatment has been shown to curb endometriosis and has been linked with pregnancy success.
Poor Uterine Blood Flow Linked To Endometriosis
A diagnosis of endometriosis may make you more likely to have poor uterine blood flow. Improving blood flow may increase your fertility and your chances of conceiving.
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