PCOS and Infertility

PCOS Is a Leading Cause of Female Infertility

Is PCOS Making It Difficult For You To Get Pregnant?

Depressed WomanPCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) is a leading cause of female infertility since it can create polycystic ovaries and other symptoms. Also known as PCOD (Polycystic Ovary Disorder), PCOS is an endocrine disorder that causes various hormone levels to become irregular. High levels of insulin disrupt ovulation, thereby making a pregnancy difficult. Fortunately, there are a variety of PCOS fertility treatments available to restore proper ovulation.

Unfortunately, women with PCOS infertility who may be able to conceive, have a higher chance of miscarriage. This is the cause of the myth that you will never have a baby if you have PCOS. The hormonal imbalances caused by PCOS decrease ovulation making it difficult to become pregnant.

While there are pharmaceuticals and surgeries that might help the problem, there is a natural approach also. Many experts say that taking care of your health through eating a nutritious diet, exercising regularly, and taking targeted nutritional supplements can give you the best chance for a trouble-free PCOS pregnancy.

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What Causes PCOS Infertility?

Normal vs. Insulin Resistant CellInsulin Resistance is an influencing factor of PCOS. It prevents the efficient conversion of sugar into energy because the walls of your cells have become de-sensitized to insulin. This causes the glucose and insulin levels in your bloodstream to become significantly unbalanced, leading to an increase in free-floating glucose, which is sent to your liver and converted to excess body fat. As a result, you can suffer from weight gain and obesity, which, in turn, leads not only to PCOS but also to other serious health conditions like cardiovascular disease and Type 2 diabetes.

An estimated 5-10 percent of all women in their childbearing years have Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. The numbers are rising along with the twin epidemics of obesity and inactivity. PCOS sufferers share a constellation of health problems, ranging from stubborn obesity, poor cardiovascular health, and a higher risk of developing Type 2 diabetes.

Because the symptoms vary so widely and you might not display all the symptoms, doctors very often misdiagnose Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. In fact, 8 out of every 10 women with PCOS could have Insulin Resistance, resulting in higher-than-normal insulin levels that can act on the ovaries by increasing male hormones. The end result is that a PCOS sufferer can stop ovulating, gain weight, develop skin conditions like acne and skin tags, and grow abnormal facial and body hair. Other PCOS symptoms include decreased sex drive, high cholesterol levels, exhaustion or lack of mental alertness, depression and anxiety, sleep apnea (breathing problems during sleeping), and thyroid complications.

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What You Might Expect With PCOS28 Day Menstrual Cycle

PCOS and infertility often go hand-in-hand since PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) is a major cause of infertility in many women, which can sometimes go undiagnosed. One symptom of the condition can be nine or fewer menstrual cycles per year. The disorder can also cause heavier than normal bleeding during periods.

These symptoms are the result of the ovaries failing to produce hormones that keep the menstrual cycle regular. Because women with PCOS don’t have regular periods, many are unable to ovulate and become pregnant.

That’s not all the symptoms you might be experiencing though. Women with PCOS sometimes report other ailments, including acne, excessive hair growth on the face, chest, stomach, back, thumbs, or toes (Hirsutism), and/or hair loss. You also might experience weight gain, ovarian cysts, dandruff, depression, pelvic pain, sleep apnea, and skin tags (excess flaps of skin in the armpits and neck area).6 It’s also important to note that no two women will have the same symptoms, making PCOS a difficult syndrome to diagnose.

Treatment Options

Treatments for PCOS Infertility

Surgery is one approach to PCOS infertility. According to the University of New South Wales, “Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) has been managed surgically since the development of wedge resection (tissue removal) in the 1930s. Second-line surgical interventions for anovulation associated with PCOS include laparoscopic ovarian diathermy.”2 Essentially, electrocautery (a laser) is used to destroy parts in and around the ovaries that are interfering with reproduction.

The University’s report goes on to say, “Bariatric surgery (an implanted medical device or removal of a portion of the stomach, to reduce stomach size) may be considered for morbidly obese patients with PCOS, although further research assessing such surgery specifically in PCOS patients is needed. Assisted reproduction, in the form of IVF (in vitro fertilization) with or without intracytoplasmic sperm injection, is usually indicated as third-line medical treatment or in the presence of other infertility factors. There is an ongoing debate concerning the relative merits of IVF and ovulation induction in PCOS, comparing the higher multiple pregnancy rate of ovulation induction with the greater cost and psychological stress of IVF.”2 Clomid Clomiphene tablets USP

As for pharmaceuticals, the University mentions a few options. “Clomifene citrate (stimulates release of hormones for ovulation) should be considered as a first-line pharmacological therapy to improve fertility outcomes. Second-line medical treatments may include ovulation induction with gonadotropins (in clomifene citrate-resistant or clomifene citrate failure women) [to help egg production]…or possibly metformin combined with clomifene citrate (in clomifene citrate-resistant women).”3

Natural Therapies

Supporting Fertility Health Naturally

Since no single solution can reverse Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome or Insulin Resistance, you must rely on a multi-faceted approach. Experts worldwide are saying, ‘Lifestyle change alone is considered the first-line treatment for the management of infertile anovulatory PCOS women…”5

That means a complete system, including nutritional supplements (blends of vitamins, minerals, and botanicals that are condition specific), a realistic exercise program, nutritional guidance, a support network that can help you change unhealthy lifestyle choices, and an information-laden website on which you can learn about your situation, is required to address these conditions. Losing weight helps too when it comes to ovulation.4 In fact, “For obese PCOS women weight loss of more than 5% of pretreatment weight restores menstrual regularity in 89%, of whom 30% achieved spontaneous pregnancy.”1

However, if left unchecked, then Insulin Resistance and obesity can create excess insulin in your bloodstream, a key symptom of PCOS which, as a result produces an abnormal amount of the male hormone testosterone. The increased presence of testosterone can prevent your ovaries from releasing an egg each month, thus causing infertility.
Insulin Resistance, obesity, and Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome are causative factors behind infertility, which the Insulite PCOS System can help. It is specifically designed to help lower your testosterone levels and reduce weight gain by responding to the symptoms of PCOS in combination with a balanced, nutritious diet, regular exercise, and targeted Nutritional Supplements. By decreasing testosterone, it is possible for you to reduce ovarian cysts and help re-establish the delicate balance of your hormones, thereby enhancing the likelihood of ovulation, without which the chance of becoming pregnant is minimal.

Insulite Health is widely recognized as the leader in providing a safe, effective approach to PCOS and restoring the possibility of pregnancy. Please explore our website to learn more about PCOS, Insulin Resistance, and how the Insulite PCOS 5-Element System might work for you.

Next Steps

Becoming victorious over the symptoms of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome is not an easy task, but if you’re able to stick to lifestyle changes you can overcome the condition.

It takes strength, courage, and perseverance. It can be challenging and that’s why Insulite Health created the PCOS 5-Element System.  It’s an easy to follow, step-by-step process to healing from PCOS using our proprietary 5% Solution™.

So take the next step now by using the links below and begin making the small changes over time that will transform your life forever. We’re here for you every step of the way.

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