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Video – What is PCOS and what can you do about it?


Have you recently had a diagnosis of PCOS and feel completely confused with what this means for you? Or do you have suspicions that you might have PCOS but are yet to be diagnosed? If this is the case, I imagine that you just don’t know where to start looking for information and where you can get your questions answered. It is so easy to scare yourself silly with all the conflicting information out there. Take a step back from Google, you have now found my website where you’ll only find top quality, research based advice and information.

PCOS is a chronic condition where the ovaries develop many tiny cysts caused by the egg follicles that have not been able to develop, as they should. PCOS is also accompanied by a hormonal imbalance, which in turn makes it more difficult for the eggs to mature adequately and be released at the time of ovulation. This condition is unfortunately the cause of fertility problems in many women. 1 in 10 women in the UK and the US have PCOS, but it is widely believed that many more women are undiagnosed. PCOS is a debilitating condition that affects so many aspects of your life and crucial can make it difficult to conceive.

However, you can take action and start to control your symptoms and boost your fertility. You just need to know what you should do and get the right information in which to help you to do just that. This is where my Fertility Clinic video steps in.

In this video, I explain exactly what PCOS is and what it means for you, the symptoms, treatments and self help.

I also offer you my top tips for controlling your symptoms to help you take back control.

You can download the video for free here

If you would like to find out more, why not book one of my PCOS support consultations?


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