Our treatments help with egg quality issues as well as treating PCOS. Find out how to improve egg quality naturally from Fertility Family.
Inofolic Alpha treatment boosts ovulation within 3 months by 95% and normalises periods significantly increasing your chances of becoming pregnant.
80% of women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) have irregular or absent periods.
Only about 20% of women with PCOS ovulate so to increase ovulation with PCOS, Inofolic Alpha can help to boost this.
Lots of eggs produced by PCOS women following ovulation induction can be chromosomally abnormal (aneuploidy). Aneuploid eggs are usually unsuitable for fertilisation and result in miscarriage. This is not due to a natural egg defect inherent in PCOS women, the poor egg quality is more likely a result of overexposure to male hormones such as testosterone.
Inofolic Alpha improves egg quality by helping regulate hormone levels and by inducing the synthesis of melatonin – increasing the chances of successful conception when trying to conceive naturally or undergoing Assisted Reproductive Technologies, such as IVF and ICSI.
If you are trying to get pregnant, this is great news as the production of a healthy egg is needed if you are to have a baby.
There are some changes you can make to your lifestyle.
PCOS and gestational diabetes: What’s the link?
There is an increase in risk for developing gestational diabetes (GDM) for PCOS women compared to those without. This is due to an increased prevalence of insulin resistance, a problem which effects 65 – 80% of PCOS women.
Inofolic Alpha reduces the incidence of high blood pressure (pre-eclampsia) in pregnancy and has also been shown to reduce the overall maternal weight gain. This is why we recommend that you take Inofolic Alpha throughout pregnancy.
Inofolic Alpha helps regulate the hormone levels by inducing the synthesis of melatonin. This improves egg quality and therefore the chances of successful conception when trying to conceive naturally increases.
PCOS is a syndrome that can affect women in different ways and to different extents. Some PCOS women have no problem in becoming pregnant, whereas others will not ovulate or become pregnant without medical intervention. There is a wide spectrum between these two extremes.