Success!!! Can I take Vitex and D-pinitol at the same time?

by Sarah
(Brooklyn (NY))

Hello!!! My name is Sarah I am 28. I have been on this diet for 6 months to be exact, I have restored my periods and feel great!

The 7th month came and no period and negative P-test.....

I had cramps but nothing yet! It was due 6/12 or so we are 8/5... it did bring me down... but I won't let it happen.

I feel like I need another supplement!

Can I take Vitex and D-pinitol @ the same time?

Please let me know and I do thank you for ALL your help!

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Editor's comments: Congratulations on your progress so far!

Yes, you can take vitex or d-pinitol at the same time. The vitex should help the body to produce progesterone. If you have issues with insulin resistance, the d-pinitol should be especially helpful. Some studies indicate that the inositol (found in d-pinitol) helps to improve ovulation. Many women with PCOS need additional vitamin D. The d-pinitol formula contains vitamin D.

PS: The diet Sarah is referring to can be found in The Natural Diet Solution for PCOS and Infertility.

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