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How can I manage my PCOS symptoms?

How can I manage my PCOS symptoms?

Management options for PCOS, apart from diet and exercise include the use of oral contraceptive pills, insulin-sensitising agents (Metformin), fertility treatment and laparoscopic ovarian drilling. Myo-inositol supplements have been demonstrated to alleviate several problems, such as irregular menstruation, decreased growth of undesired hair, and aiding in weight loss. A nutritional supplement called Inofolic Alpha is intended specifically for women who…

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How can lifestyle factors affect fertility?

How can lifestyle factors affect fertility?

How can lifestyle affect fertility? Your lifestyle is an important factor in your fertility. It is something that you should consider when trying for a baby. One such factor is weight. In women, obesity is associated with an increased risk of almost all pregnancy complications including miscarriage, stillbirth, gestational diabetes, and difficulty with labour and birth. Overweight women can also…

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Adenomyosis

Adenomyosis

What is adenomyosis? Adenomyosis is a condition of the uterus. Where the inner lining of the uterus breaks through the muscle wall. Basically, the uterus has several layers. The innermost layer lines the uterine cavity. This is the endometrium. This is the part that will shed each month when a woman has a period. The next layer – going outwards…

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HyCoSy to help you get pregnant.

HyCoSy to help you get pregnant.

HyCoSy – Don’t let the name put you off! I have selected this test to look at because it has a complex sounding name. When you are trying for a baby it can be overwhelming to read all the different tests and procedures and the use of acronyms and medical terminology is not helpful. All you want to do is…

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Why your lifestyle is important when trying for a baby.

Why your lifestyle is important when trying for a baby.

I wanted to set out some clear pointers on lifestyle as it often affects the chances of pregnancy for couples. Weight and BMI When it comes to looking at fertility and women’s health, we take weight seriously in women, obesity is associated with increased risk of almost all pregnancy complications including miscarriage, stillbirth, gestational diabetes, and difficulty with labour and…

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