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Getting Pregnant With PCOS Naturally

Getting pregnant with PCOS is possible when you chose a natural approach to support your reproductive health.

It is not clear why women develop polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) but this condition can affect your ability to get pregnant naturally if it remains untreated.

Most women who have PCOS experience hormonal imbalance, missed periods, and cysts on the ovaries. This can affect fertility and pregnancy.

Getting pregnant naturally with polycystic ovary can be helped by using natural therapies like herbal remedies, fertility foods and specific nutritional supplements.

All these modalities can help you balance your hormones and address polycystic ovarian syndrome naturally without the side effects of fertility drugs.

In most cases PCOS becomes a problem due to the following reasons:

1. Not ovulating regularly every month making it hard for you to get pregnant

2. Having irregular periods, either too short or too long

3. Experiencing completely absent periods for over three months

4. Having small ovarian cysts of 2-9 mm in diameter. The eggs do not mature properly

5. Having immature follicles.

Polycystic ovaries contain many small antral follicles containing eggs, which do not develop or mature and are not released at ovulation.

Getting Pregnant With PCOS Naturally

Before resorting to fertility drugs and fertility treatments that can cause severe side effects and that can further put your hormonal levels in even greater imbalance, try a natural approach.

Your chance of getting pregnant with PCOS using natural fertility treatments is very good provided that you follow them consistently for a few of months.

The great majority of women with polycystic ovarian syndrome will be able to conceive and have healthy babies once they ovulate regularly.

Getting pregnant with PCOS is possible once you follow this step-by-step program:

STEP 1: Diet For PCOS

Women with PCOS should follow a specific diet in order to increase their chances of conception. Insulin resistance is one important aspect of PCOS, which increases the insulin levels in the blood and inhibits ovulation or impairs the maturation of viable eggs.

It you do not have insulin-resistant PCOS, the diet is still important in helping you make healthy eggs and support ovulation. In fact, women with PCOS rarely ovulate and may have poor egg quality.

Furthermore, they may have an increased rate of miscarriage and a difficult embryo implantation process if they do get pregnant.This is due to poor hormonal balance, often associated to low progesterone levels.

Follow these dietary guidelines :

1. Eat small meals, every 3 hours. Make sure to start breakfast with a small amount of protein and have protein with each meal.

2. Only eat wholesome carbohydrates (no refined flours or sugars) and in limited amount per serving. Do not eat carbs at each meal, limit one portion once a day. Avoid wheat. Eat more natural grains like millet, spelt, quinoa (better if sprouted).

3. Always have high fiber vegetables with each meal. Take fiber supplements if you need extra fiber. Aim for a minimum of 35 grams of fiber a day.

4. Eat foods with low glycemic index (GI) at each meal. 80% of your meal should be a low GI food.

5. Use coconut oil or oil of olive when cooking. Avoid or limit butter and absolutely do not eat margarine or any hydrogenated fats. Do not eat fried foods. Use only raw extra-virgin oil of olive as condiment.

6. Drink juices that are freshly squeezed or juiced with a juicer. Have a fertility smoothie every day. If you have irregular blood sugar or insulin resistance, do not eat fruits high in sugar like bananas and grapes. Apples, oranges, pears, peaches, apricots, berries and grapefruits are good choices. Do not eat fruits after 3:00 PM to avoid weigh gain.

7. Avoid foods containing hormones and antibiotics. Eat free range and grass feed meets, dairy (limit cheese and milk to a few times a week) and eggs.

8. Do not drink alcohol, coffee or black tea. Drink two cups of spearmint tea a day if you have high testosterone levels.

9. Introduce magnesium and chromium ionic minerals to balance blood sugar.

10. Improve egg quality by eating these foods: Royal Jelly, Maca, Spirulina, CoQ10, L-arginine, Wheat grass, berries, dark leaf vegetables, pumpkin seeds, wild fish like salmon.

Avoid sugar, process foods, alcohol, cigarette smoking, trans-fats, and stress.

Step 2: Fertility Cleansing for PCOS

Follow a fertility cleanse to eliminate excess hormones, cleanse the liver and the uterus. This should be done for at least 2 months.

I would recommend using The Fertility Cleanse Kit, which focuses on eliminating toxins from the body by supporting the liver in its function of blood purification. Getting pregnant with PCOS is harder if you have toxins in your body. The liver plays a very important part in the metabolism of sex hormones and insulin.

When the liver if overloaded with toxins and impurities, it cannot properly make hormones. The result of this  is poor hormonal balance and poor blood glucose control.

Getting pregnant with PCOS involves balancing your sex hormones and your insulin levels. The herbs, vitamins and minerals in the fertility cleanse kit are specifically formulated to do just that.

1. Detoxifying the liver

Chronic exposure to environmental toxins can impact your overall health, but especially your fertility.

A toxic overload can decrease egg quality, impair ovulation, cause irregular menstrual cycles, and even interfere with the healthy development of a growing fetus during pregnancy.

When you cleanse your liver, you also improve blood glucose levels and insulin resistance associated with PCOS.

2. Cleansing the Uterus

Many women, who suffer from PCOS, irregular cycles and hormonal imbalance, as well as endometriosis, PMS, fibroids, and painful menses, do not completely empty the full contents of the uterus during menstruation.

If your uterus is not completely cleansed at every cycle, old stagnant blood and toxins remains inside causing inflammation and increasing the risk of miscarriage if you do get pregnant.

When getting pregnant with PCOS you need to make sure your hormones are perfectly balanced.

The fertility cleanse contains herbal remedies whose specific role is to increase circulation to the ovaries, uterus and fallopian tubes while cleansing the uterus from toxins and tissue debris.

Step 3: Self-Fertility Massage

Do self -fertility massage with castor oil therapy. This easy to learn technique is really amazing when it comes to getting pregnant with PCOS.

I recommend the self-fertility massage DVD that shows you how to do acupressure, self-massage, castor oil packs and reflexology to increase your fertility and get pregnant.

Self-fertility massage helps infertility issues, such as:

1. Ovarian cysts

2. Blocked tubes

3. Endometriosis


5. PMS

6. Fibroids

7. Irregular menses

Step 4: Balance Your Hormones

Achieving hormonal balance is key when trying to conceive with PCOS. If your hormones are out of control, you will also have other unpleasant symptoms. Following a natural program that aims at balancing your hormones will make a huge difference in your life, while helping you get pregnant.

The therapies and supplements necessary to complete this program are part of the HormoneWise Fertility Kit. If you are looking for a natural solution to PCOS, I would strongly recommend this program for at least 3 months.

This kit includes:

1. Women's Whole Food Multivitamin to provide the body with the highest quality nutrition needed to support reproductive health. Vitamins and minerals derived from whole foods are easily assimilated and provide the best and most natural way to support hormonal balance for healthy egg production and regular ovulation.

2. Herbal Remedies for Phase 1 and Phase 2 of the Cycle to support the balance of your hormones to increase your odds of getting pregnant with PCOS.

These formulas are for pre-ovulation and post-ovulation to help support healthy estrogen and LH hormone levels during the first half of your cycle and to support progesterone and LH hormone during the second half of the cycle. Each phase contains a specific herbal formula that also supports glucose metabolism and the adrenal glands.

Some herbs, like Vitex, are present in both phases to provide full monthly support. Vitex agnus castus (Chaste Tree Berry) is one of the most powerful herbs for women's fertility. Vitex has been extensively studied in Germany for its ability to stimulate the pituitary gland to balance the production of LH and FSH, which in turn support optimal balance between estrogen, testosterone and progesterone.

Women with PCOS may have high prolactin, which is released by the pituitary gland. Vitex has provided evidence in clinical studies to decrease high levels of prolactin. Vitex supports hormonal balance through its effect on the hypothalamic-pituitary-ovarian axis correcting the problem at the source.

Other important herbal remedies are Saw Palmetto and White Peony to help normalise testosterone and estrogen. Both phase 1 and phase 2 herbal composition are also designed to help ease dysmenorrhea, PCOS, endometriosis and fibroids.

3. DIM to balance the hormones and to breakdown excess estrogen. Estrogen is one of the main causes of infertility. DIM supplement is Diindolylmethane, which is a phytonutrient found in cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, kale, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, etc.

DIM is anti-cancer and anti-aging nutrients. It also helps relieve PMS symptoms, regulate the menstrual cycle by lowering the bad excess estrogen. Estrogen is a major cause fertility issues in women, such as PCOS, endometriosis, ovarian cysts. It is recommended to take 100 to 200 mg of DIM a day.

4. Essential fatty Acids to support health hormonal production, increase fertile cervical mucus production, promote ovulation, and decrease inflammation of the pelvic area.

In order to increase fertility and getting pregnant with PCOS, your body needs flax seed oil and fish oil, cod liver oil, which are rich in Omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3 fats also contain DHA and EPA. These two fatty acids have been shown to play a crucial role during pregnancy and baby brain's development.

A lack of DHA may be associated with premature birth, low birth weight and hyperactivity in children. Your body also needs Omega-6 fats, present in high quantities in Borage oil important to decrease pelvic inflammation often associated with PCOS.

If you have been trying to conceive and have PCOS,  a natural approach is always the best way to go. Herbal remedies and supplements, when paired with diet and stress release techniques, can really make a difference in your ovulation cycle while getting pregnant with pcos.

I hope you have now a better understanding of what natural health can do to support your body while TTC with PCOS. If you are ready to take your next step and begin a fertility program or simply want to learn more about achieving hormonal balance naturally with herbs and supplements, click here.

Fertility Blessings!

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