This post was most recently updated on October 27th, 2018
Having a problem with PCOS is no fun.
If the PCOS problem is coupled with thyroid, one can’t explain the complications with words.
If I tell the whole truth it may scare you. And yet truth must be told so that you can take preventive measures…
Here is the truth…
Health Risks like…strokes, heart failure, obesity, elevated blood pressure, elevated cholesterol, renal failure, liver failure, PCOS, elevated blood sugar, systemic candida, impaired carbohydrate metabolism, impaired fat metabolism are the precursors to diabetes.
When you have more health problems and the treatments are not showing any improvement, it’s time to make a change. That’s when you know it’s time to solve your problems in completely different way, that’s exactly what you’re about to learn, so read on…
Have you been struggling with PCOS and thyroid problems?
Many women with PCOS and thyroid don’t conceive even after trying to conceive for years. They try Clomid or Letrozole without success due to premature ovarian failure. It means their ovaries not functioning properly and eggs are not maturing. In the absence of an egg, conception wouldn’t take place.They feel like they never conceive.
Worried about not finding answers to questions like;
- Two failed Clomid cycles…How Soon Does Clomid Work?
- 3rd round of Clomid and still not pregnant…How many rounds of Clomid to get pregnant?
- Ovulated on Clomid but not pregnant what’s next?
Read my blog post titled Never ask “What Next after Clomid?”