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How PCOS Affects Fertility

Dec 8, 2022

70-80% of women with PCOS in the reproductive age group face the struggle to get pregnant. 

In PCOS, excess production of androgens or male hormones interferes with the natural process of ovulation, leading to abnormal menstrual cycles and fertility issues.

Too much of LH or Luteinizing Hormone secreted into the blood in PCOS means follicles will not mature, and ovulation may not take place.

Insulin resistance common in PCOS upsets the balance of estrogen-progesterone & testosterone, leading to irregular periods and no ovulation. 

Does this mean a woman can’t get pregnant with PCOS? Of course not. When you address POCS at its root cause – not just via hormone pills – it is possible to balance hormones, get healthy ovulation & conceive naturally.

Join our webinar on 25th September. We will tell you how and answer all your questions. Read the caption for details.

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