I Think PCOS Diet Is Helping My Cycle

by April
(Port Charlotte, FL)

My husband and I started trying to conceive shortly after we got married in 2002. We have spent thousands of dollars on fertility drugs to no avail. I did not do in-vitro because of the cost and low outcomes.

I found out I had PCOS in 2001. I have never had a normal period, so I was on the pill since I was 15 to make it normal. I am going to be 29 in 4 days.

I don't believe I have ever ovulated, between the pill and since being diagnosed with PCOS. I thought I was healthy, I exercise at least 3 or more times per week and I never overate.

I have a small success story to report.

I purchased your book about 2 1/2 weeks ago and read it in almost a day.

I started your diet on June 25th and got my period on July 2nd. I usually only get my period every 4 months or so. I just had it in April.

I was eating everything that was harmful to my body. I feel great! I'm hoping to ovulate soon and continue this wonderful experience.

Thank you for writing this book. As most of you know, it is very frustrating to read all kinds of infertility books, etc. and none of them could relate to us with PCOS! This is a great start to our horrible, frustrating disease!

Thank you again and I hope to write back with a bigger success story next time!

Good luck to all!
Xoxo

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