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Has anyone with PCOS successfully become pregnant without the help of medication? I've tried to track my ovulation but I've never been able to pin point it even after testing every day for a month. My periods are only starting to become regular with the help of Metformin, but I'm still not ovulating. How did you do it?

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    • Shanty

      349d

      I didn't use medication. I tried a more natural method. Though they don't work for everyone. I found out why hormone of mine were the most out of wack and from there I tried drinking some different types of teas and taking vitamins to balance out the levels. Though this could use research and talking with your doctor of course.

    • Shanty

      349d

      I didn't use medication. I tried a more natural method. Though they don't work for everyone. I found out why hormone of mine were the most out of wack and from there I tried drinking some different types of teas and taking vitamins to balance out the levels. Though this could use research and talking with your doctor of course.

    • MelodyJ

      349d

      Try tracking ovulation with the PreMom app

    • QueerlyKiwi

      420d

      My now three year old was without meds. Five years of trying, a twin miscarriage after ovulation stimulation annnnnnd... he shows up on his own.

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Some people with PCOS have been able to conceive without medication, but experiences vary. One user mentioned using a period tracking app like Glow and at-home ovulation test kits to help track their menstrual cycle and ovulation. However, it's important to remember that each person's experience is different, and what works for one person may not work for another. It's always best to consult with your doctor for personalized advice on managing PCOS and trying to conceive.

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