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PCOS and Fertility

We have already covered the basics of polycystic ovarian syndrome on our last blog. If you have not had the time to take a look at it yet click HERE to learn the basics about polycystic ovarian syndrome. 

I'm sure that you may have heard before that polycystic ovarian syndrome makes it difficult to get pregnant. Although this may be true, it doesn't mean that it's impossible to get pregnant if you have been diagnosed with PCOS.

What factors of PCOS make it difficult to conceive?

1. Irregular periods or no periods at all

This is one of the most common signs of PCOS, this also includes having longer periods. If you are not having your periods that means that you are not ovulating, which makes it difficult to get pregnant. Women with PCOS produce greater quantities of male hormones (androgens) than normal, which as a result causes hormonal imbalance. 

The imbalance of hormones in women often leads to their body skipping menstruation which also makes it more difficult for them to become pregnant. The development and release of eggs from the ovaries (ovulation) is hampered by the imbalance of hormones in women with PCOS. Many women with PCOS are unable to ovulate regularly. As a woman if you are unable to ovulate, this means that your body will not be able to make an egg available to be fertilized by sperm.

2. Weight gain

When you are unable to ovulate, you are likely to be overweight. Additionally, when you have PCOS it is more difficult for the body to utilize the hormone known as insulin, which ordinarily aids in converting the sugars and carbohydrates in food into energy. As a result, insulin and glucose might accumulate in the bloodstream as a result of a disease, known as insulin resistance. Male hormones known as androgens are produced in greater quantities when insulin levels are high. One of the signs of high androgen levels is weight gain. Excess weight also decreases levels of sex hormone binding globulin which increases the likelihood of irregular periods and ovulation, which then means the chances of being able to conceive are lower. 

If you have PCOS, you are more likely to experience pregnancy complications such as high blood pressure (hypertension), pre-eclampsia, gestational diabetes, and miscarriage. I would recommend that you treat the symptoms of PCOS first for a chance of a healthy pregnancy.

At yoni healing we provide holistic herbal medication that is meant to assist your body heal in the most natural way possible. For Polycystic ovarian syndrome, we have different PCOS products to help you beat and manage the symptoms of PCOS. We recommend that you look into our PCOS Advanced Combo which is an essential combo for women who are struggling with Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).

This combo will;

  • Help you regulate your hormones, help you get your absent periods back.
  • Help the body produce Sex Hormone-Binding Globulin (SHBG) which can help reduce estrogen dominance.
  • Help shrink and dissolve the cysts

Click >>HERE<< here to learn about our PCOS products

You might also be interested in this:

What is polycystic ovary syndrome?

Do I have fibroids?

How to calculate periods

Male fertility

Fertility matters

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