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Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS): Which Supplements Work & Why They Work When Trying to Conceive?

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By |2019-03-21T19:28:48+00:00February 5th, 2019|Infertility, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome|29 Comments

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  1. Joyce February 6, 2019 at 6:39 am

    I’m joy..I’m turning 29.I have 1kid.I used depo method of FP for 7yrs.now iv been trying to conceive for 2 yrs now,n nothing has happened. I usually experience irregular menstration,..what help can you offer?

    • Greg February 6, 2019 at 4:37 pm

      Hello Joyce,
      I will respond publicly so that others can read the response and learn from it.
      Depo Provera is a progesterone based birth control method, meaning, it increases your levels of progesterone, making your body think you are pregnant. That is how it works.

      It is not uncommon to stay up to one year before fertility returns after stopping birth control pills. However, medically, after 6 months of trying without success, one can start thinking of infertility.

      Irregular periods is something to be concerned about, especially after stopping birth control pills.
      ‘The sudden stoppage of high doses of estrogen may throw your body off balance where you have very little or no progesterone to counter the effects of estrogen.
      We call this, estrogen dominance.

      In this case, DIM with Vitex will do, together with an omega fat called Evening Primrose oil.

      Kindly contact us at 0724410910.

  2. Judith Orua February 6, 2019 at 6:48 am

    How can one test for pcos

    • Greg February 6, 2019 at 5:05 pm

      PCOS can be tested in the lab or an ultrasound scan. When both tests are done, the diagnosis is more accurate. But even without testing, your doctor can have very high certainty you have PCOS based on symptoms alone.

      Normally, labs will test for:
      Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH)
      Leutenizing Hormone level (LH)
      Testosterone levels
      Prolactin levels
      Anti Mullerian Hormone level (AMH)
      Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH)

  3. Anne mugechi February 6, 2019 at 9:50 am

    Blocked fallopian tubes treatment.

    • Greg February 6, 2019 at 6:47 pm

      Hello Anne,
      Thank you for your question. I am going to respond to your question with evidence based on a recent client who has been trying to conceive for 3+ years but had blocked fallopian tubes.

      Multiple doctors had given her “One fits all” approach and was not getting any hope to ever get this cleared. Others suggested expensive surgeries, an option she was not ready for yet.

      I have obscured personal identification information for privacy. Published with consent.

      In the first image, it shows right Fallopian tube completely blocked and the left one, partially blocked.
      Blocked Fallopian Tubes

      The client came to us and we put her on a specific regimen after getting more details about what could have caused her blocked fallopian tubes. A lot of times, it is either pelvic inflammatory diseases (PID) like STDs or endometriosis.

      It is important to have an HSG imaging done to visualize the blockage and integrity of surrounding organs.

      The image below was taken about two weeks ago after the client followed our guidelines for 6 months. Yes, you will need to be committed and disciplined to follow our regimen for 4-6 months. Supplements works but may take longer.

      Unblocked Fallopian Tubes

      Here is the radiology report showing unblocked fallopian tubes

      Unblocked Fallopian tubes

      I have emailed you privately for more questions before we can recommend a supplement regimen for you

  4. Gladys njeri kinyanjui February 6, 2019 at 10:33 am

    Thanx so much,i have read all the articles but would like to know where to get u for medical checkups.I have miscarrieged 2 times an i have not bne receiving my periods since november they keep dissapearing.

    • Greg February 6, 2019 at 7:02 pm

      Hello Gladys and thank you for your comment.
      I will give you two ways of looking at your situation, give a general overview and options available. Then you decide.

      If you have not been receiving your periods since November, DIM + Vitex should be your start (call us at 0724410910).

      The commonest reason why you could be missing your periods could be high testosterone, something very common in PCOS. Testosterone and low progesterone hormone as seen above can cause miscarriage, very likely to be the case.

      Supplements can help

      The second option is conventional medicine if you can afford a good doctor, imaging, labs, and long term medications. Most of the people who come to us for alternative supplements have already tried this route for years and failed.

      Check your email, I sent you a private message with further questions.

      Be blessed

  5. catherine migwi February 8, 2019 at 9:47 am

    hello, am Catherine i had fibroids and after taking herbal supplements i was cured but still a 1mm fibroid remained, and i was diagnosed with pcos . earlier i had oddered vitex 400mg vegiterian capsules and i have been taking for a week , what would you advice me to do to concive we have been trying for five years please help

    • Greg February 8, 2019 at 4:03 pm

      Great to hear your fibroids are gone. 1mm is too small to affect fertility. Now, let’s get to the fertility (PCOS) phase. I will send you a private email for things we would require but in a nutshell, here is what they are:

      • Anti Mullerian Hormone level
      • Leutenising Hormone level (LSH)
      • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH)
      • Thyroid stimulating hormone
      • Metabolic panel with HbA1c
      • HSG imaging (to make sure Fallopian tubes are patent/open)
      • catherine migwi February 9, 2019 at 12:17 pm

        I will send an email of the results meantime should i stop taking the vitex

        • cathynims0000 February 11, 2019 at 7:22 am

          hello i called and was told that i should send the test that you sent to get and i haven’t recieved an email from you ,can you kinly wassup me the test or email so that i can forward?

          • Greg February 20, 2019 at 7:26 pm

            Call us 0724410910

    • Julilah February 28, 2019 at 7:36 pm

      Hi Catherine which herbal supplements did you take to cure your fibroids… thanks

      • Greg February 28, 2019 at 9:04 pm

        @Juliah, we can help you navigate which ones are right for you. Not all of them fit all people. Please contact us at 0724410910

  6. Lilian February 9, 2019 at 4:16 am

    I have been keen to read your recommendations.I have all the symptoms of pcos and I wish to visit you for check up.Where are u located?

    • Greg February 9, 2019 at 4:29 pm

      Thank you, Lilian, for your comments.

      Call us. PCOS you must address insulin resistance, estrogen imbalance, Low progesterone and LH. Vitex alone cannot do it

  7. catherine migwiC February 9, 2019 at 5:27 am

    Ok thank you,i will do the test and email you the results ,should i stop the vitex first?

    • Greg February 9, 2019 at 4:27 pm

      Continue Vitex but come see us and come with the brand you are taking. For labs, Lancet near KNH can do fertility labs. You, however, need to add DIM supplement coz vitex alone is not enough. Vitex can take up to 9 months to be effective. Come see us or call us 0724410910

  8. catherine migwi February 9, 2019 at 11:56 am

    ok thank you i will send an email of the results once the tests are done , should i continue with the vitex or just stop?

  9. Dee March 21, 2019 at 9:27 am


    I have been having issues with my periods which eventually was confirmed to be hormonal imbalance-PCOS to be precise.I have taken enough drugs to last me a long while,based on the above,which one would be the right ones for me?
    I don’t have any children yet and am above 30+ so eventually i’ll want to try have some without having to strain as i know it will be problematic.
    Pls assist me,thank you.

  10. Nancy April 2, 2019 at 4:16 pm

    I have pcos and i already have a child and do not want anymore. I would like to address the issue of acne and facial hair.. My periods are not badly off I get them every month though longer cycle than normal

  11. Kate Wangari April 7, 2019 at 4:50 pm

    Hello !
    My name is Kate .I need your advice.ln 2017 l had an issue on Ovarian cysts this affected my regular period …after seeing my gynecologist and confirm from ultrasound he asked me to go for so he put in some medicine which it cleared..than my period came back to normal…later the year similar issues of the PCOS appeared he gave me similar drugs cleared and my period came back…the problem came back last year and the same problem came back and the doctor gave me the same thing..and my period normalised though in November last year l missed my period went on ultrasound sound my ovaries were okay though am concern on my period and l feel l have the PCOS at the moment..l do believe in natural supplements at the moment l have supplements ..Dong quai, evening primrose, Multi minersl that has calcium, vitamin B12 and serrazimes…what is your advice? I will appreciate to hear from you. I am single and would love to have children.

    • Greg April 9, 2019 at 12:19 am

      Kindly call us at 0724410910. We will look at which options are right for you

  12. Nimu April 24, 2019 at 6:11 am

    Hi. I have been trying to conceive for two years now with no success. I was diagnosed with PCOS confirmed through FSH / lh blood test (FSH =9.9 S-LH=15.9).
    I have done 6 rounds of letrozole without success even though Ovulation was confirmed via blood test.
    I also did a blood test which confirmed that I ovulate on my own without the medication.
    I am 30yrs old and my weight is normal.
    My period are irregular but they come every month the only problem is that my cycles are inconsistent ie. 25-35 days.
    What supplements can I take to conceive?

    • Greg May 1, 2019 at 1:12 pm

      Kindly call us at 0724410910. We have options you should consider to regulate your cycle. It would also be helpful to get lab for anti-mullerian hormone (AMH), Free testosterone & DHEA-s. While at it, get tested for Progesterone levels (estrogen dominance). We’ll better assist you if you had these labs.

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