Good food advice bears fruit for a woman with PCOS

A low-energy-diet and some lifestyle changes result in an unassisted pregnancy

Jenny, a 35-year-old full-time mother of two, was diagnosed with PCOS six years ago.

She needed ovulation induction with clomiphene to conceive both her children.

Jenny and her partner wanted to have a third child and after a few months of trying to conceive naturally, she was again started on clomiphene.

After six months, Jenny had still not fallen pregnant, so her fertility specialist suggested she consider IVF.

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