PCOS, Miscarriage and Myo-Inositol

What are PCOS and Myo-Inositol?

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) occurs when a woman some form of insulin resistance and can lead to many other symptoms. Common symptoms for PCOS include menstrual cycle changes, difficulty conceiving, recurrent miscarriages, unexplained infertility and other health concerns. What is most interesting is that MANY cases of PCOS only have a few of the symptoms and is one the most common missed diagnosis that we see at our clinic. progesterone levels.

Many patients with PCOS have associated immune issues and blood clotting issues caused by the insulin and glucose imbalances. These need to be addressed to have the maximal effect on preventing miscarriages and treating the infertility associated with PCOS.

Thus, women with PCOS may have great difficulty getting pregnancy. Additionally, women with PCOS are likely to experience pregnancy loss. Myo-inositol is a substance much like vitamin B. It is used to help women with PCOS conceive and may also help avoid miscarriage. Although evidence suggests that Myo-Inositol is helpful, many people are confused as to how to use it properly. It has excellent anti-inflammatory properties and reduces much of the inflammation associated with the immune component of PCOS.

PCOS and Celiac Disease

There may be a connection between PCOS, gluten intolerance and celiac disease. If you have been diagnosed with celiac disease, PCOS or gluten intolerance and cannot get pregnant, talk to Braverman IVF & Reproductive Immunology to schedule a consultation with Dr. Braverman. We have helped a multitude of women fulfill their dreams of having a baby and raising a family through reproductive immunology.

PCOS and celiac disease may be closely connected. According to researchers, about 85% of women with PCOS had sensitivity to gluten, too. Although it is hard to find actual scientific links between gluten, PCOS and pregnancy loss, the fact remains that women with PCOS or celiac disease are more likely to suffer a miscarriage than women with neither or these health concerns. To learn more, call our office today - we are ready to help you.