Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
Ans. – Yes, you can conceive using a combination of clomid and metformin. Clomid is a low-tech, lower-cost option than in vitro fertilization (IVF). Chances of conceiving with clomid are around 15% per month for about 3-4 months. Clomid treatment, however, should be continued for only about 6 months. After this, further clomid treatment yields no results. The biggest problem with clomid use is the mood swings it causes. Called the “clomid crazies,” it affects close to half the women taking clomid. Clomid Crazies include anxiety, difficulty with sleeping, irritability, mood swings and PMS-like emotional symptoms. Clomid is a very potent drug; it tricks your body into thinking that estrogen levels are low. While this can help you ovulate, you can well imagine the chain of events it can set into motion.
At Sepalika, we believe never to mess with your hormones. Your hormonal system is probably the most fine-tuned system in nature and any changes can have catastrophic results in the long term. There are other, better, safer and natural ways to ovulate and get pregnant even when you have PCOS. PCOS is not a curse. It can be treated through a holistic strategy that includes diet and lifestyle changes, stress management, exercise, and supplements. If you wish to reverse your PCOS effectively and naturally, contact us with your details and you would be invited to participate in our “Reverse Your PCOS Challenge.”
If you wish to reverse your PCOS effectively and naturally, contact us with your details. We will invite you to participate in our “Reverse Your PCOS Challenge.”