Regulate your cycle, restore ovulation, and increase your chances of getting pregnant.
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome is the most common endocrine disorder and the leading cause of infertility.
In 2018, the International PCOS Network published evidence-based assessment and management guidelines for PCOS. This publication made a clear and direct recommendation:
“Healthy lifestyle behaviors encompassing healthy eating and regular physical activity should be recommended to all those with PCOS”
Then why are so many people with PCOS receiving nothing more than a prescription for birth control pills and the recommendation to “Come back when you want to get pregnant.”?
You deserve more than that.