Where can you find the supplement that you mentioned? Also, can you take that if you have a anaphylaxis reaction to buckwheat?
Annette below wrote on the page about that PCOS supplement:
myo (MYO) and d-chiro-inositol (DCI) types have been well studied in women with PCOS, both showing good results.
What is the name of the B vitamin that could replace metformin? You al said it but I have no idea how to spell it. Thx!
Ithink the name of the B vitamin that could replace metformin is myo (MYO) inositol and d-chiro-inositol (DCI)
Unless I missed it, there was only a connection made regarding the Thyroid rather than the Adrenals. I know it is a domino effect. I am navigating conventional medicine and was hoping to hear the adrenal PCOS link...It seems to me stress / chronic cortisol excess increases insulin resistance, inflammation, leaky gut ...with one gland down it creates and perpetuates a vicious cycle. What is so frustrating is that conventional endocrinologists fail to understand this...that if you have adrenal insufficiency or low growth hormone or Hashimotos, they think it is only that gland! It is like I am having to be Galileo or Capernicus...
my doctor diagnosed my daughter with late-onset-adreno-genital syndrome because she has excess DHEA . How can we be sure it is not PCOS ?
While there are nine forms of inositol, myo (MYO) and d-chiro-inositol (DCI) types have been well studied in women with PCOS, both showing good results.