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Diagnosed with PCOS, lack of ovulation, taking no medications. Alternatives in homoeopathy?

hi i have had pcos but was just diagnosed 2 years ago ..i only ovulate when i do accupuncture and even that doesnt work now..i am trying to eat healthly ..lot os veg and reduced carbs..i am not taking any medication as i want to do this naturally and i have side effects with the pill ..i am stuck what can i do i desperetly want to ovulate as it depresses me and i have many other symtoms of Pcos not just lack of ovulation like doctors only say they can help if i am trying to get pregnant ?? should i try homopathic medicine ..i am severly confused and upset
Asked On : Thu, 18 Oct 2012
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welcome to health care magic

I advise you to consult a gynaecologist for this problem as this is a common problem in females and various kinds of treatment modalities are available and i am sure it will help you a don't hesitate to get treatment. With proper treatment, you will start ovulating naturally

Good Luck


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