Natural Treatment for Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)

on Sep 15, 2012

by Dr. Renee Hanton, MD

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If you have polycystic ovarian syndrome and want to get pregnant, try these all natural PCOS treatment options to help you overcome the disease.

According to modern medical science, our diet and lifestyle are largely responsible for health – in other words, we are what we eat. Though many of us are overweight, this does not mean our bodies get all the nutrients we need for the healthy functioning of our organs. Our deficient diets cause a lot of imbalances and illnesses in our bodies, some of which can be successfully remedied or alleviated with the help of natural supplements. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

PCOS is a physical condition the causes of which have not been accurately mapped yet, but there are a large number of natural PCOS treatment options available that are able to efficiently address the hormonal imbalance causing the symptoms, thus improving chances to get pregnant as well. In what follows, we will list 5 natural supplements that act directly upon these imbalances.


The fertility supplement, FertiBella ConceiveEasy, has been demonstrated in limited studies to help women conceive who have PCOS. Fertibella Conceiveeasy is a monthly reproductive support system, currently with 12 unique proprietary blends in order to support a woman’s reproductive needs throughout her entire trying to conceive journey. Fertibella is an all-natural fertility supplement, blended from a mix of fertility boosting vitamins, minerals and herbs, available without prescription.

Vitamin D

5 in 13 women suffering from PCOS also suffer from a vitamin D deficiency. If this vitamin is not present in the woman’s body in satisfactory concentration, this deficiency will cause insulin resistance, the abnormal development of the follicles, menstrual and ovulation disorders.


This mineral also improves the body’s capacity to metabolize insulin. 1,000 mcg of chromium administered daily to women suffering of poly-cystic ovarian syndrome has improved their insulin sensitivity considerably.


Many women diagnosed with PCOS have been found to suffer from excessive estrogen production and low levels of progesterone. The caffeine found in green tea or black tea is able to reduce estrogen levels in the blood successfully, while also reducing cholesterol and lipid levels.

Saw Palmetto

The extracts of this plant can help especially those women who suffer from excess levels of testosterone. The herb is very efficient in treating the hair loss and hair thinning related to PCOS, and it regulates unwanted male-pattern hair growth as well.

Vitex Agnus Castus

The extract from this plant can help if the PCOS is associated with a prolactin disorder. It helps reduce the breast pain that frequently accompanies the premenstrual syndrome and helps to restore the normal functioning of the ovaries.

These natural PCOS treatment options boost the reproductive capacities of the women suffering from poly-cystic ovarian syndrome by restoring the nutritional balance in the body and the hormonal equilibrium. This restored hormonal and nutrient balance re-establishes healthy menstrual and ovulation cycles, preparing the woman’s body to conceive and deliver a healthy and beautiful baby.

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Dr. Renee Hanton is ConceiveEasy's Senior Physician with expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of infertility. Dr. Hanton specializes in the endocrine causes of infertility, such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)

  • MegHawley

    My husband and i really want to have a baby.

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  • sal

    hi.if losing weight actually help conceievein wid pcos as been tryin for bby for 9 months nw

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  • Dr. Renee Hanton, MD

    Losing weight not only can help you look better, it can also make you feel better. When you have PCOS, shedding just 10% of your body weight can bring your periods back to normal. It can also help relieve some of the symptoms of polycystic ovary syndrome. Another good thing is that, weight loss can improve insulin sensitivity and that will reduce your risk of diabetes, heart disease, and other PCOS complications.

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  • Dr. Prabha Sahgal, MD

    As long as you don’t experience any infertility issue, there is certainly a good chance for you to get pregnant. It is best that you detect your ovulation dates and increase your sexual activity during your fertile in order for you to conceive soon. It is also important that you take fertility supplements such as Fertibella ConceiveEasy, Vitex and Clomdi for you to boost your body’s fertility as well.

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  • Teresa Teresa

    i am 32 yr old,with pcos infertility, married for 9 years.i have onecycle in 8 months if i stop medicine. i took fsh injections and i was ovulating on that.will this kit help me in conception

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