PCOS And Your Fertility
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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful
on January 29, 2010
I was diagnosed with PCOS while trying to conceive and this book was recommended to me by my reproductive endocrinologist. The author does a stellar job at breaking down exactly what PCOS does to your reproductive body and then gives step-by-step solutions to combat the diagnosis.
I was not an advocate of using fertility medications or IVF procedures (personal choice) so this book fit my lifestyle needs perfectly. After following the guidelines for two months (after not having an ovulatory cycle for three years) I was able to ovulate and conceive my baby boy who is now 8 months old!
I highly recommend this book to any woman suffering with PCOS.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful
on April 22, 2005
I have read both this book and "PCOS Dietbook" by Coletter Harris and found that this book really helped answer many questions I have about PCOS. My husband read this book when I was done with it and now he understands exactly what PCOS is and what you can do to help your fertility. I really enjoyed this book because it talks about miscarriages in PCOS women. All of the other books I have read just mention miscarriages. This book descirbes exactly what causes miscariages in PCOS women. It really made me understand what I can do to help lower the risks of miscariage!!

THIS IS A MUST HAVE!!!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on June 13, 2005
I would highly recommend this book to anyone with PCOS that is trying to conceive. It is full of great information. She doesn't just give the technical information, but talks about the emotional aspect of coping with infertility. I love all of the books that I have read by Colette Harris.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Sorry but I disagree with the last review. This is an area in which there have been few books to help women. My wife have found this book to be extremely informative and it has anwered some of those niggling questions that have come up in the last few months as she has been facing difficulties through PCoS. The first book was a good general read and this book has given her further infomration that she can use and that I can support her with. I didn't know anything about PCoS before. We can both work together to combat this more effectively. I have promised to try to help her with the suggested recipes and hope that with the author's help we can move forward. Thank you!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on September 22, 2006
Get this book if you have PCOS, even if you are not TTC it will answer every question you ever had about PCOS. It is a really great read and I suggest you get it. I also bought the Insulin Resistance Diet book, because it helps with the symptoms of PCOS.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on April 26, 2005
This book was very informative to me, but I think the research is a little old. While it helped me learn more about the disorder, the programs it suggested didn't help regulate me.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on October 3, 2009
Good information about PCOS, gives a general overview but doesn't give enough specific diet information for managing PCOS. Definitely recommend "New Glucose Revolution" for this.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on December 13, 2012
I normally do not write many reviews however I absolutely love this book. I have not even read 1/3 of it yet and have learned so much about my fertility and signs that indicate when I am the most fertile. As someone who is questioning whether or not I am ovulating, I am going to put all of these practices into place next month and hope for the best. I always thought that I needed to get a blood test in order to determine if I am ovulating or not....turns out that is not the case and there are things that I can do on my own to determine this. There are obviously sections of the book that I am going to skip.....as natural birth control is not what Im looking for today as Im trying to get pregnant. This book has been worth every penny so far!
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6 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on April 10, 2012
I just ordered this book recently and it is AWESOME! I have read MANY books on both PCOS and also on Fertility/Infertility (2 separate categories though!). The Fertility books always mention PCOS and might even dedicate a small paragraph or two to the topic, but these books always end up telling you to speak with your doctor further about the issue. These Fertility books never speak to the PCOS patient, which I find frustrating. They are usually an overview to ANYONE with fertility issues (which is a very broad spectrum!). I REALLY wanted to find a book that covered Fertility/Infertility for PCOS people!!! Well, this is it! I highly recommend this book if you are wanting to have a baby or another baby and you have PCOS! There is a lot of info in the book that other books do not offer. Also, I really like this book because the authors take the first approach to doing things as naturally as possible. Then secondly, with medical intervention and as much self-knowledge as possible. They promote making your own decisions for youself after fully educating yourself on each particular topic, and also taking time to do this. I very much agree with this approach! Although I do have PCOS myself and have been pregnant 2 times without any interventions, now that I want to have another child, my body is acting completely different (lovely PCOS!) and I am needing more inforamtion to decide if medical intervention is right for me or not. This book has been extremely helpful and informative! Good luck to you if you find yourself in this situation too! You are not alone!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on November 30, 2010
This book is great help for someone that does not know much about PCOS. It has been great in helping me understand it as well as to help me make the changes that I need to make..
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