PCOS is the leading cause of infertility in women. It’s an endocrine disorder that causes various hormone levels to become irregular, along with inflammation.
The hormone imbalances
in PCOS cause irregular ovulation or even lack of ovulation because its underlying cause comes from stressors or Hormone Deal-Breakers
Below listed are some of the things that can cause our fertility challenges.
- Nutrient deficiencies – your body is lacking vital nutrients for its daily needs (this includes anemias)
- The wrong diet (food)
- The wrong exercise or type of movement
- Inadequate rest and sleep
- Toxins from many different places both internal and external including toxic relationships
- Low thyroid function
- Low adrenal function
- Lack of support
- Sluggish or fatty liver
- Bacterial, viral or fungal infections
- Poor microbiome (gut bacteria) balance
- Negative thoughts
- Your body’s ability to detoxify
- Poor fat metabolism
- Medications – while you may be taking medication for some of your symptoms, they may affect your ability to get pregnant.
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