What fertility tools can a woman with PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) use to help her get pregnant?

67% of the lovely ladies surveyed as part of our national #cyclesavvy campaign thought that women with PCOS could use an ovulation test as a tool to help them get pregnant!

If you did too, let Kate Davies, Fertility Nurse Consultant, tell you why they can't and what other tools they can use instead.


 

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"I was excited when Dr Fertility invited me to be their expert for the #cyclesavvy campaign. In my role as a Fertility Nurse Consultant, I have seen many women who don't fully understand their fertility and would certainly benefit from further education to help maximise their chances of getting pregnant. Dr Fertility are addressing the educational needs of women who are trying to conceive in a way that is easily accessible for them and easy for them to understand.", Kate Davies, Fertility Nurse Consultant.