The answer is “YES”.
Many women are told by doctors “You have PCOS… You won’t be able to have children”, but this is wrong. Yes it can be difficult for some, but not impossible.
There are many women who have gone on to become mothers, either naturally, or with the help of medical treatments.
Ideally, four to six months of natural health promoting treatments should be employed first, before resorting to invasive procedures. Even if you don’t achieve conception this way, your health will be in a much better state to prepare for treatments such as IVF.
To give your body the best chance of conceiving, you need to have optimal nutrition through diet AND supplements, aim towards a healthier body composition (losing fat can help fertility), remove excess toxins from the body via detoxification, and create the right mindset around conceiving… this means focusing on the outcome of what you want and believing it is possible.
A great way to believe that you can conceive, is to read success stories.
I have created a new ebook just for this purpose – to inspire you and show you that you CAN become a mother. It’s called CONCEIVABLE and you can download it here: