2017 will mark 11 years since my diagnosis of PCOS.
Early on, I had to learn how not to allow PCOS to define who I was. Instead, I learned the importance of celebrating life and exploring new horizons.
One such new horizon is exploring Ovasitol. I've done a lot of reading and research to see if adding Ovasitol would be a good fit for me given my age and current reproductive category. After talking with a nutitionist, I decided to give it a try.
I was informed to begin the Ovasitol by taking it only once a day, with a meal. I did that for two days and found myself suffering with what appeared to be low blood sugar. I discontinued use. I later came to realize that the symptoms I experienced were most likely due to being on the cusp of getting sick. That was at the end of January.
It is now the end of March, and last week I decided to give the Ovasitol another try. After calling the company, one of the nutritionists I spoke with suggested I take it with my noon-time meal for a week before increasing to twice a day.
A week ago Sunday, I began the daily administration of Ovasitol at lunch. No problems!
This past Sunday, I began the twice daily administration, and no problems!
My mood has started to level out, my sleep patterns beginning to improve, and I'm not as hungry.
I'm looking forward to how my labwork turns out after 6-8 weeks.
I'll keep you posted!