How do I Get Pregnant with PCOS and Insulin Resistance?


PCOS is one of the most common female reproductive disorders out there. Some experts estimate that it affects up to ten percent of the entire female population of childbearing age. One of the most common causes of PCOS is insulin resistance. Insulin resistance can lead to problems that can contribute to PCOS.

If you are wanting to get pregnant with PCOS and insulin resistance, one of the first things that you should do is see your doctor. Your doctor can give you advice on what the best course of action will be to improve your chances of getting pregnant.


One of the most popular options for getting pregnant with PCOS and insulin resistance is treatment with a diabetes drug called Metformin. Metformin is usually used to help with insulin resistance in diabetic patients, but doctors have found that it also works for an off label use to treat insulin resistance in women with PCOS.

Once the insulin resistance is treated, a woman’s cycles are likely to return to normal. It’s also a good idea to find a way to track your cycles to find out when your most fertile days are. If you can figure out when you are ovulating, you can plan sex accordingly to help you get pregnant with PCOS and insulin resistance.

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