MyOva myo-inostitol combination supplements

Rebalance your body naturally

Take back control of your hormonal & menstrual health with our all-in-one myo-inostitol combination supplements

REGULATE • RESTORE • RECLAIM •
Hi we’re MyOva

We believe you’re here to live your life.

Not worry about unpredictable periods, or how your hormones might make you feel.

Our all-In-one natural supplements are designed to support your body's natural balance, so you can start to feel empowered again, inside and out.

  • Formulated with
    myo-inositol

  • Vegan
    friendly

  • Non
    GMO

  • Developed by
    nutritionists

  • Endorsed by
    women

  • Backed by
    science

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YOUR BODY • YOUR WAY •

Myo-inositol: The good stuff

Every story needs a hero. Ours? Myo-inositol. This amazing B type vitamin can be taken to balance hormonal and menstrual health.

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Not only is it gentle on your body, it supports healthy blood sugar levels ­– reassuring for people with PCOS (even if they’re a healthy weight).

What’s more, it occurs naturally in the body as well as in certain fruits, beans, grains and nuts. That’s why, along with carefully selected vitamins and minerals, it’s the bedrock of all our supplements.

Prioritise those periods

Irregular. Infrequent. Completely absent. Sometimes our periods don’t always follow a pattern, which can be the body’s way of saying that something isn’t quite right.

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We know how frustrating it can be when it feels like your body is controlling you – and not the other way round.

So, whether you’re fed up with irregular periods ruling your life, thinking about conceiving, or just want to give your body the very best, it’s never too early to start supporting your menstrual health.

Help those hardworking hormones

This might come as a surprise, but hormones are a friend, not an enemy.

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Fundamental to the way your body works, they’re the chemical messengers that travel round your bloodstream, doing everything from regulating your mood and metabolism to helping you process emotions and stress.  

Sometimes, we can benefit from giving our hormones a little support – especially where PCOS is involved. The MyOva range is designed to complement your body’s natural balance, to give you the boost you may need.

your body your words
  • "I would recommend MyOva to my fellow PCOS Cysters. Good luck on your journey no matter what stage you are at."

  • "Cannot be happier that I finally found MyOva. It's really helped me in so many different ways. Highly recommended!"

  • "I feel so much better within myself. I would definitely recommend to anyone to at least try and see if MyOva can help you too."

Meet our brand ambassador

Jodie Relf, Registered Dietician

Jodie studied a BSc in Dietetics at the University of the Western Cape in South Africa.

After being diagnosed with PCOS in her early twenties and getting incredibly frustrated with the lack of evidence based advice and treatment, she decided to make PCOS her focus.

Jodie works with her clients to help them develop a deeper understanding of their bodies and how it is affected by PCOS.

@jodie_Relf

Your stories

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The PCOS Collective is a place for Cysters to share their stories, experiences, and support one another.

Journal

  1. Are Lesbians Really More At Risk of PCOS? Or, is Science Still Failing our LGBTQIA+ Community?

    If you Google “lesbians and PCOS,” the first result is a study I very much wish could be wiped from the internet.  It’s a study, first published in...
  2. Why Language Matters to Queer People Diagnosed with PCOS

    Pride Month is a difficult time for me. As much as it’s a time for celebrating and remembering LGBTQIA+ history, for many of us it’s also a time th...
  3. Does PCOS increase the risk of developing diabetes?

    Around 50% of women with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) will develop pre-diabetes or type-2 diabetes before the age of 40.

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