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PCOS sucks. We all know that. I talked with my doctor to find the best supplements to help me with my PCOS. Remember, this is for ME please talk to your doctor before adding or taking away any supplements.
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One Sassy Zebra says:

I have been on both metformin and spironolactone since 16 and now 34. The only thing that reduced my hair growth was constant waxing/epilating. But that's me. The one good thing is this year is I finally have a normal cycle after all these years. Still fighting the occasional breakouts but nothing major. I was over 260 last year and now I'm 172 and still dropping so losing weight on PCOS can be done. I fight other medical conditions so my doctors wont approve of me taking other herbal medicines. But I can understand it might not mix with my other medications. But sometimes I think doctors are close minded to anything that isn't pharmaceutical.

Dumb Bishjoose says:

I’m taking inositol I would recommend a powder instead of a pill. I put a scoop in water it has no taste just a very slight sweetness. I take morning and night.

Amara says:

Are there any supplements that can permanently reverse other symptoms of PCOS like acne, insulin resistance, hirsutism, hair loss/balding, sugar cravings and overall high androgens/testosterone? I'm 21 years old and I'm already slim and slender. I've gained a little bit of weight on my thighs and legs but overall, the other symptoms are more severe. I can lose the stubborn weight on my thighs, stomach, and legs but hirsutism, male pattern hair loss, dry brittle hair, acne, and sugar cravings are making me EXTREMELY depressed. Every single doctor I've seen (I've seen a total of 8 doctors) all discourage vitamins, supplements of any kind but heavily rely on synthetic hormones and birth control. I've been on BC and Spironolactone and after I finished both, my symptoms returned with a vengeance. I have always eaten and lived a healthy lifestyle but I'm still breaking out all over my face, my hairline/temples are balding & thinning, I have hair growing all over my jawline, chin, neck, stomach, and I always crave junk food despite eating a ton of fruits, vegetables, protein, healthy fats, healthy carbs, nuts, & seeds. Please, I don't want to get suicidal from this PCOS because my skin, hair, nails, and entire femininity is ruined because of this.

kimberly says:

GIRL. The part where you said I wanna trust the doctors.. I feel this on a whole level!

Mikayla Hollis says:

GIIRRRLLL Metformin had me FUCKED UP!!! That's why I'm trying a different approach, with natural supplements. I was also SUPER EXCITED to hear the tip about Turmeric and Plantar Faciitis. I've been struggling with it for almost a year now and getting worse, with joint pain. I hope it helps!!

Our Farmhouse In The City says:

Thank you so much for sharing this info! I have pcos and I am so lost on what to do to help. My doctor actually left the office/practice literally two weeks after I was diagnosed. 😑 I go back in October to a new dr and I’m hoping I can get a game plan going. I’m so tired of hurting with it. I hope you get relief to from it! Thanks so much again for sharing your wisdom on this!

Christy Mimi says:

Research Berberine for the insulin resistance.

Stefanie S. says:

I have PCOS also. Diagnosed 17 years ago when I had my son. They were in shock I even got pregnant. It took me 7 years to have another child. And I’ve been struggling for the last 11 years. I go years without a cycle…. and I too have lost 100lbs trying to help my body. I’ve gained 30ish back. I’ve been on Metformin 3x a day since Dec. I’ve lost a few pounds but not much. I have ZERO energy to exercise. Also anemic following a tragic accident in 2014. The struggle is never ending 💕

sweety gavali says:

My doctor said me 8 months ago I had pcos… But I then started working out and I get my periods naturally with a cycle of 28 days..
Do I still have pcos

THIRTHAV 2 says:

Am having pcos, wat product is suitable, plz help me

Nidhi Vaidya says:

I feel your pain with metformin girl, I don't want to be on it but I want to give it a chance to help my PCOS in combination with diet and exercise. Hope it works for you, I haven't had many side effects except getting shaky so hopefully it works out for you

Diana Morataya says:

I have been taking Turmeric and it works wonderfully. I loved your video and how you explained when you take your supplements. Where do you get Balance?

M Diaz says:

Hey Madi, not sure if you are aware of the benefits of spearmint & raspberry tea leaf and how drinking them over time can be a natural testosterone balancer! I've been drinking them for the past month now and i've been feeling great and energized

Emmah Ferguson says:

Your lip color is everything! Would love to know what it is 🙂

B.foreign says:

The balance pill what is the company ?

Eirie says:

I know it may be sensitive for you to talk about, but you mention tools for hair removal. Do any of them work well enough for avoiding inflammation, irritation, break outs following, or ingrown hairs?

Jemma says:

I’ve read really good things about Apple Cider Vinegar and PCOS If you wanted to look into it yourself. I swear it’s what helped me lose my weight.

Also heard that the powder version of inositol is the way to go if you’re not noticing results maybe you could look into it?

Anyway. Thanks so much for this video. I’m going to the doctors tomorrow to discuss medications and I’m glad you gave me the heads up on metformin.

Sofia Gayou says:

Love your energy. I have been dealing with polycystic since I was about 16 years old and even though it's been slow going only recently, a good 15 years later, have I actually grown to not just live with it but thrive on it. Thank you for sharing all of this information and your energy , it helps keep me motivated!

Dominique Cox says:

Metformin has messed with my stomach so bad. I want for it to work because the thought of diabetes scares the crap out of me! I’m just MISERABLE when I take the dose I’m “suppose” to take. Hoping my body starts getting use to it soon. It’s hard trust doctors when you’re feeling so horrible doing the things they tell you to do. 😅

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