How does Inofolic Alpha work and when you should take it

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Do you have PCOS?

You should take Inofolic Alpha for life as it helps to regulate the hormone levels within your body and reduces any symptoms.

Are you trying to conceive?

Every woman should start taking Inofolic Alpha as soon as she decides to try to conceive as it can help regulate ovulation and improve the quality of the egg. It takes approximately 3 months to develop an egg cell, so take Inofolic Alpha for at least 3 months to give yourself the best chance of conceiving.

If you have PCOS, Inofolic Alpha has been proven to restore ovulation in 95% of women after 3 months.

The egg that will be released at ovulation or harvested during an IVF cycle started development at least three months before. It is therefore important to start Inofolic Alpha three months before trying to conceive or undertaking fertility treatment and to remain on it during pregnancy.
Dr Gill Lockwood

Ovulation graph - when should you start taking inofolic alpha

Are you already pregnant?

Inofolic Alpha can be safely taken throughout pregnancy and has been shown to:

  1. Reduce the incidence of pre-eclampsia
  2. Reduce the risk of developing gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) from 54% to 17.4%
  3. Reduce overall weight gain through pregnancy

PCOS women who become pregnant are at an increased risk of developing diabetes, pre-eclampsia (high blood pressure) and may have an abnormally large baby.

Take Inofolic Alpha throughout your pregnancy and reduce risks to you and your unborn child.

Do you have Hyperandrogenism? (increased male hormone levels)

If you are suffering from acne, hirsutism (excessive body hair) or other effects of hyperandrogenism, you should start taking Inofolic Alpha immediately.
Inofolic Alpha is highly effective at regulating hormone levels and reducing the symptoms associated with this condition.

But don’t just take our word for it…

Watch the short video on Inofolic Alpha by Dr Gillian Lockwood, Medical Director and Fertility Specialist.

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