Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is the leading cause of infertility today. Equally devastating, women with PCOS who do conceive are at a greater risk of miscarriage. And while dealing with infertility and miscarriage can be difficult for anyone, woman or man, the hormonal imbalance of PCOS can leave you feeling especially heartbroken.
Are you familiar with the blood type diet? New research debunks the claims that an individual's nutritional needs do not actually vary by blood type: http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/271349.php
Femara (Letrozone) - what it is and how it works. For fertility the most common dosage is 2.5mg a day on days five through nine of the menstrual cycle. In South Africa 5 Femara tablets are around R305, quite expensive.
This is a great site that kinda breaks down PCOS if your husband, boyfriend, etc doesn't understand. I think that the men in our life sometimes feel left out. How can they support us if they don't have a basic understanding of what's happening to us?