Letrozole For PCOS: Does It Help With Fertility?
Living with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) can come with its fair share of challenges, particularly for those dreaming of starting a family. One common treatment option that may be recommended for PCOS-related infertility is the medication letrozole. In this blog post, we will explore the effectiveness of letrozole in improving fertility for women with PCOS. We'll discuss how many cycles of letrozole are typically needed to conceive, the success rates of letrozole for those with lean PCOS, the standard dosage of letrozole (2.5mg), and how long letrozole can be taken to manage PCOS symptoms. As always, remember that every woman's journey is unique, so it's essential to consult with your healthcare provider for personalized advice.Read more
6 of The Best Apps and Devices for Tracking your Cycle and Ovulation
We might have learned about a 28-day menstrual cycle in biology class, but our reproductive systems are much more complicated and unique than that. There can be a huge variation in how long and regular our cycles are, particularly in those who suffer from PCOS.Read more
How to Improve Female Fertility: 6 Fertility-Promoting Habits for Women with PCOS
Some 70%-80% of women with PCOS experience infertility – an inability to conceive after at least 12 months of regular unprotected sex. It’s very common and extremely distressing but, thankfully, doesn’t mean that pregnancy is an impossibility (in fact, research has found that the majority of people with PCOS trying to conceive will fall pregnant and give birth without any fertility treatment at least once).Read more
National Fertility Awareness Week: 4 Ways to Support Someone With PCOS
Between 70%-80% of people with PCOS experience infertility. Yes, you read that right.Read more