Hi there, thanks for posting your story. I know from many other women how challenging PCOS can be, the physical changes and fears about being able to conceive. Many women with PCOS are reluctant to take birth control pills- rightfully so because birth control pills do not cure the underlying cause of PCOS. As you mentioned, insulin resistance is intricately related to PCOS, with many researchers and doctors believing it is the underlying cause of PCOS. You can certainly discontinue the birth control pill, but chat with your doctor first before starting or stopping a prescribed medication. I would like to direct you to the Insulite PCOS System website FAQ (frequently asked questions) section, as several of your questions are answered in detail there. You will find answers about the birth control pill, getting a regular cycle back, and trying to conceive if you scan this list of questions:
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I would be more than happy to answer these questions in more detail, or other questions you might have. I just thought it might be useful for you to check out that webpage as there are probably many pertinent answers to questions you might have.
Please don't hesitate to contact us again, and I do encourage you to use the Insulite PCOS System. We have heard of so many success stories from women using this protocol to improve their PCOS symptoms dramatically- though it can take time in some cases. I love this product and wish more women with PCOS knew about it.
Take care, and again, please post any time.
Dr. Sari Cohen, ND
Insulite Laboratories Consulting & Advisory Teams
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