Trying Hard!

by Summer

My name is Summer and I'm 25, and I have been TTC with PCOS for over a year.

Today I stopped BCP and these stories give me hope.

The doctor has me on vitex, vitamin D, progesterone cream, and chromium -- and 2 days after starting regimen I had my period!

I can't wait to try again. Thank you all for giving me hope.

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Maybe add inositol?
by: PCOS Editor

Hi Summer,

It sounds like your doctor has put you on a good program.

You might also wish to add inositol powder. There's much evidence that inositol is helpful to women with PCOS. Inositol has been shown to improve the quality of your eggs and reduce the chances of a miscarriage. Inositol helps your eggs to mature in a healthy way.

Good luck with becoming pregnant and starting a family. Let us know what happens.

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