Our expert says:
Importantly you need to establish the diagnosis and if this is polycystic ovarian syndrome then weight reduction may well be indicated together with low calorie diet and insulin sensitises may be sufficient to restore ovulation. However this will require some form of monitoring and before embarking on this avenue of treatment I would suggest that as a base line the appropriate hormonal and metabolic markers be taken and these can then be used to monitor the success of any allied form of treatment. The use of supplements usually is not scientifically proven to improve conception rates or ovulation and I would certainly advise at this point that you do not place too much emphasis or hope on alternative medicine.
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