Is vitex really that effective?

by Monika
(California)

Hi girls! I have had PCOS for awhile now and am trying to get it under control with the help of exercise and a good diet.

I'm contemplating about whether to start taking vitex or not. My LH levels are already high (even if i don't ovulate), so will the herb still be effective for me, since its primary objective is to raise the LH level?

If anyone who has taken vitex (and already had high LH) has any comments/suggestions please let me know!

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by: Monika

Yeah I've read that article several times, and it's very helpful. However, it doesn't say anything about taking it if you already have high LH levels. Has anyone had a similar experience?

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