I have pcos and I want to get pregnant. What vitamins and things I can do to get fertile so I can get pregnant.

PCOS = Pre-Diabetic. Pcos is strongly associated with metabolic syndrome ; poor blood glucose control. Both are driven by a low fat (i.E hi-carb foods) diet. Most effective is check lipoproteins ; hba1c (optimal 5.0%) and change to a hi-natural fat, moderate protein, low carbohydrate (no sugars) foods. Study: big fat lies, mcgovern's report, mary enig, peter attia, gary taubes, fatchance.Html, dietdoctor.Com. No vit.

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I have pcos will I ever not get pregnant without fertility drugs? Sad. : (

Possible. Infertility associated with pcos is due to ovulatory dysfunction. If pcos is accompanied by obesity, 1st line of treatment is to lose weight (diet, exercise). Losing as little as 5% of one's body weight may restart ovulation, making conceiving a possibility. On the other hand, Clomiphene citrate (ovulation induction agent) usually works well in pcos and is inexpensive. Seek gyn for management. Read more...
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I have PCOS and I'm ttc if I take prenatals and fertility blend from GNC could that help me get pregnant?

No data to support. Even though taking prenatal vitamins is an excellent thing to do for prevention of neural tube defects & if you're trying to get pregnant that is certainly a recommended action to take, however, there is no scientific data to support the use of any of the supplements @ GNC or elsewhere that will improve the chances of getting pregnant. I read the label on Fertility Blend. Misleading information. Read more...

I have pcos on the low end and I am on metformin trying to get pregnant again. Dr says I should try fertility treatment. Is it necessary?

PCOS and pregnancy. Pcos often causes infertility, however with vigorous proper treatment many women can get pregnant. Everyone is different. Pcos is often associated with being overweight, excess androgen secretion, hyperinsulinism, metabolic syndrome and hormone abnormalities. It is advisable to see specialists with a major interest in pcos. Diet, weight control, ample exercise and medications are indicated. Read more...
Help yourself. Metformin will help with elevated Insulin levels with pcos, in addition maintaining a low glycemic index diet , cardio exercise and maintaining a more ideal weight will help you improve your ovulation to become pregnant. Read more...
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