pcos and trying to concievehi dr,
My name is emma and i am 28 years 5 months.
Ive ben married since summer 2010 and have been trying to concieve. Ive had a very old case of pcos, and just to make me concieve my dr had put me on a combination of clomid and metformin as i wasnt ovulating.metformin made me get loose stools and clomid did not help me ovulate. I first did a 100 mg of clomid perday for 5 days each month,then my dr raised it to 150 mg. Clomid didnt seem to work for 6 consecutive cycles. Another dr suggested i go on bc pills for 6 months to regulate my hormones. I dont want that kind of thing i have heard alot of negative things about birth control pills making pcos worse etc. Ive become really really disheartened amd do not want to go for any surgery either. I cry whenever i tjink of little kids as i really really want one of my own.
I am overweight but i have no time to exercise as im living abroad and me and husband are workung very hard to make ends meet.
Im suffering from hirsutism also and have noticed that my head hair have also started to fall alot.
So all in all not only am i becoming uglier by the minute iam also infertile also.
Please suggest me something that would make me ovulate.
Id be rather grateful if you replied.
emma12345 on 2013-01-27
Weigh loss/Exercise is also a key to success.
If you have not taken any homeopathic medicine, I'd recommend starting with Sepia 200, one does every week, three dose.
Cortisone 6C two times a day to improve hirsutism.
Insulinum 6x three times a day to improve insulin sensitivity.
You can start all of them simultaneously.
dhundhun last decade
emma12345 last decade
- when you are able to lose 10-20% of weight, you have good chance to conceive.
PCOS is in general related to excess circulating insulin all the time. It is not to the extent of hyperinsulinemia. But it is to the extent to block ovulation which keeps on becoming cysts - and possibly blocking pathway of other eggs, who could have ovulated.
Allopathic approach is to use Metformin to reduce insulin and do other treatments to clear cysts and fertility drugs to help in ovulation. Together insulin level comes down, ovulation will start happening.
Homeopathic approach is also similar, but different way:
- Try to clear cysts (Sepia is good starting medicine)
- Try to lower insulin
- Try to solve other androgenic issues
Along with medications/remedies, you should to:
- Minimize carbohydrates
- Start counting calories and eating healthy diet
- Start reducing weight
Otherwise they might not help. When weigh is reducing, for PCOS patients, it is indication of lowering of circulating insulin.
Sepia 200 might look like:
One dose means 5 pills. Don't eat anything before 1/2 hour. Clean mouth with water. Take 5 pills under tongue. Don't eat any thing up to one hour after taking medicine.
Medicine can be purchased from local stores. Online sources are:
- https://www.helios.co.uk/alphabet.html from UK
- http://www.remedia.at/homeopathy/arzneibuchstabe.html?letter.... from Italy
You need to buy other two medicines about 15 ml liquid or 1 oz pills. Example locations
Research and find out cost effective places from remedies around you. For liquid, you need to take one drop is 1/2 oz water.
For some PCOS cases, sometimes it is long and continuous effort to be pregnant.
dhundhun last decade
Remedia homeopathic Pharm is in Eisenstadt, Austria,
and if Emma is in USA, they have stopped shipping
to the usa ( don't know why, but not good, as they
have even more remedies than Helios)
♡ simone717 last decade
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