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I used to give blood regularly. Because of my period issues due to my PCOS in conjunction with my blood donations I became anemic. So I highly recommend taking a multivitamin that includes iron if you have cycle issues or give blood regularly.



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Cinnamon recommendation is 1g to 4g twice daily. Usually after food



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I also drink Almond Milk to supplement my vitamin regime...

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I take a multivitamin and a B12 vitamin. How do I know if I am getting results?

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Hi,

My denturist recommended a multivitamin called OnePro Diet ( www.mid-continental.com/onepro-diet/ ) as I am a denture wearer. Has anyone tried it?

Jason


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I am on:

Metformin ER
Blood Pressure medication
fish oil

and was just put on Vitamin D and thyroid medication


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to add to the vitamin D discussion, I have PCOS, and was very fatigued and tired this winter. When my doctor checked my vitamin D level, it was 12...it is supposed to be at the low end in the 30s. So...even on a regular supplement, you may not be getting enough. I have to take 50,000IU of Vitamin D twice a week by prescription along with two 1000mg vitamin D pills every day. So if you are fatigued and even a little depressed, it is worth checking out.




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Well stated, Squidartparty! I agree.

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I am skeptical of blindly suggesting everyone with a certain disorder needs to take the same regimen of vitamins and minerals and herbs. We may share a similar condition, but that does not mean our needs are all the same. Disorders can effect everyone differently and everyone's bodies have different needs. I am only deficient right now most likely in Iron (my latest blood work showed I am anemic, the iron test hasn't gone through yet to confirm, but I have been in the past)... I am worried a bit about my b-12 but am tracking my intake here on spark people and may need more. I am a vegan so this is probably why, but I'd rather eat fortified foods first before adding a supplement. If you can get your needs through food why take a supplement? And please be careful, if you are not proven to be deficient in something and are getting enough of the recommended amount of vitamins--don't take extra especially if it's fat soluble...there is such thing as overdosing on vitamins.



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I am leery or maca because of experiences I have had with heart palpitations. But I have a family history of heart issues... Whatever you do, be safe...

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What is the recommended dose Of cinnamon? Anyone have info on the Maca Root causing weight gain? Many reviews state they are taking it to gain weight. Causes bigger boobs and butt and increased libido. Ill take the boobs and libido :) I am interested but since it takes me (and you) 3x longer to lose weight I don't want to hinder it AT ALL.

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I just started taking Maca Root pills. They have helped give me more energy.

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True.... I have to exercise and cut my carbs to loose weight, even with Metformin.... unfortunately in your article, my BMI is high enough that it still recommends that I need it!

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You are very welcome Christina. Nursing a baby does make it especially difficult. Your best option is to work with a qualified health professional who is knowledgeable about PCOS and the drugs or supplements who want to evaluate. Of course, finding such an animal can be a difficult job!

That being said, studies have found that a carbohydrate controlled diet and regular exercise program are more effective than even the gold standard pharmaceutical treatment for PCOS: metformin. A healthy lifestyle is never contra-indicated for a nursing mother.

Good luck!

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Thanks for your answer Belrosa! It's hard to know what to take that will help.... especially what to take that won't negatively affect my 7mo daughter, since I'm nursing too. So many various opinions out there!

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If you extrapolate the "expensive pee" theory, then there's also no need to eat or drink any other food as ultimately it will predominantly wind up in excreta. The important part of the process is what happens to it in between being ingested and excreted. Very little of what we consume remains inert whilst in our bodies.

In the right context, the appropriate vitamins, minerals and herbs, in the right quantity can have astounding effects. I treated a patient last year who developed polycystic ovaries (not surprising as I specialise in this area). What was surprising was that her iodine levels were very low and after supplementing with iodine drops for 3 months her ovaries returned to normal. Iodine deficiency is quite rare in the modern world, but it can happen and the effects (as of any deficiency state) can be very pronounced.

If only it were this simple for every woman with PCOS!

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Metformin is known to cause problems with the absorption of vitamin B12 in up to a third of people taking it. This is because it impairs the ability of your cells to absorb intrinsic factor, which is produced in the stomach and binds to B12 making it available for absorption into the blood. This problem can persist even after ceasing to take metformin. Vitamin B12 is very important for a number of functions in the body and can be difficult to get enough of through diet, especially for vegans and vegetarians as it is largely found in animal products.
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How does B12 affect Metformin??

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quoting Sheldon Cooper here:

"Expensive pee."

That said I do track my B12 consumption as I'm on Metformin.

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Nutritional vitamins are generally natural components that are necessary for all of us for being fit and strong. Almost all vitamin supplements can be found from your nutritious as well as diverse well balanced diet plan. Usually vitamin supplements are put into fat-soluble types and also water-soluble kinds. Fat soluble natural vitamins are located in oily ingredients for example dairy foods, plant oils as well as animal fat. The body wants this sort of vitamin and mineral daily however, you don't have to take in the mentioned meals everyday given that fat soluble vitamin supplements tend to be assimilated in your digestive system together with excess fat and saved in the lean meats. Nutritional vitamins A, D, E along with K tend to be fat -soluble.

Water soluble natural vitamins as the title indicates break up quickly inside water. You need to get water soluble nutritional vitamins every single day since the physique isn't going to save these even if you consume all of them excessively. They're passed throughout pee. It is essential to remember that they're additionally dropped whenever we cook our own veggies or perhaps expose those to excessive heating. Water-soluble supplements are classified as the Eight natural vitamins beneath vitamin b complex and also ascorbic acid.
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All of those things are in the Insulite System. I know $97 a month is a little sticker shock, but the way I look at it, is that it is helping me avoid needing BCPs and metfromin, and factoring out that cost, I'm not spending to much more than I would taking synthetic drugs.

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Great information emoticon

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Ive recently started taking CLA supplements from GNC ive found out that days that I dont workout as much it helps stablize my weight at least it has for the 3days I was out of town and super busy. It helps block certain fats that you take in Id recommend looking it up. I also got a months supply of BE-Wholesome from GNC it changes your urine color lol but it has helped me with cramps and everything and I have a ton of extra enery...it does have about 6 pills in each package that you take everyday but its cheaper to buy the box then all the supplements separate

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Great post! I had no clue about all these useful and natural options, really gives me hope!
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2 other supplements which have a lot of research behind them for PCOS are the herb vitex agnus castus for normalising reproductive hormones and the nutrient d chiro inositol which is derived from inositol in a healthy metabolism, however, may not be properly synthesized in those with PCOS and insulin resistance.

Vitex Agnus Castus mypcos.info/1/treatments/natural/vit
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D Chiro Inositol mypcos.info/1/treatments/natural/dci
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What I found really helped me was Maca Root Powder (Capsules) It is all natural and it promotes hormonal balance. I started taking them in Octoberish. I am now off my metformin and having regular cycles (like clock work). I'm not sure if it was a combination of the weight loss and the Maca but I take 3 500mg capsules in the morning with breakfast. I have been feeling so much better. I recommend it to anyone!

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Wow, thanks for doing this research! I admit I'm in a hurry I only scanned most of the responses, but does anyone know if any of these would interact badly with Metformin? I know B-12 is a necessary supplement to take with Metformin, but otherwise I have no idea if they interact at all. Any ideas?

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Please be careful about blindly following recommendations like this without talking to your doctor. Just as an example, I am taking a medication for another condition that is potentially life-threatening. And if I were to take milk thistle, it could reduce the effectiveness of that medication. Besides, depending on the vitamins you get in your food, etch, you may not need some of these things. There is such a thing as too much vitamins, and that can have potential negative consequences.

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This is great info! As of right now I only take a multi and Metaforim. And I worked out ALOT and nothing seems to help :( I never thought of making sure I'm getting enough vitamins..though my doctor did say you have to follow a strict diet to get all your vitamins. I'm so happy you did the research and thank you for that! Off to the store to see which ones to stock up on!

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Hmm the doctor I went to never told me anything about this. Feels like she should have if it's this important?

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My daily vitamin regimen is extensive. Some is taken specifically for my PCOS, some not. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact!

1. Women's one daily multivitamin
2. A liquid B-complex vitamin
3. B-complex and B-12 pill (I have been severely deficient in B vitamins on three different occasions and it made me feel like crap so I make sure to have more than enough!)
4. 200 mcg of Chromium
5. 50 mg of Zinc
6. 500 mg of Magnesium
7. 1,000 mg of Calcium with Vitamin D
8. Omega-3 pure fish oil
9. 2000 mcg of Biotin (Fortunately, I haven't grown excessive amounts of hair in other places, but the PCOS has severely thinned the hair on my head. Biotin is a skin/hair/nail supplement.)
10. Tri-fiber complex
11. 1000 mg of Cinnamon

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Wow. The only vitamin my doctor keeps stressing that I take is folic acid....

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I take many of the ones you posted and Omega-3. I tried Metformin but because my sugar is pretty low it only made me sicker. I would get dizzy because it would drop my sugar to very low levels. I am not sure how I'm suppose to take Met to get pregnant if it makes me sick.

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you take all of those vitamins? and what have they done for you?

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Vitamins are so essential. I know our diets "should" provide enough supplementation, but with these new conditions and diseases popping up all the time, clearly our diets are not!

I take many vitamins every night along with a couple medications. I keep two of those 7-day pill organizers in my home. One in the kitchen for morning vit/med and another for before bed in the bathroom. Every Saturday, I sit down for about 5 minutes and refill them. This really helps me keep everything straight cause otherwise I will forget.

Vitamins have really helped me turn things around with my allergies and immune system. I've been newly dx with PCOS and just started Metformin yesterday so I'm praying it will help with my weight loss that's going no where recently.

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That is great info! My doc has me taking a prescrip. vitamin called Metanx. It has done amazing things!!!! I am almost off B12 shots and my Vit. D is finally back up into the safe range. She took me off the multi-vit. when I started Metanx and calls it her "miracle" vitamin (lol). I'll take the list of vits listed here to review with her. And for anyone interested my daily pill regiment is:

1500 mg Metformin
2 Metanx pills
2000 IU Vit-D (drops)
Birth Control Pill

I used to be on about 9 diff. pills, but she's gotten me down to just 3 pills and a drop. Now I just need to stay motivated and exercise. Good luck to all!!!

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Wow! What great info.
I am SO tired of dealing with this, but know I have it forever. ...In all of the info I'd gotten about PCOS, I hadn't heard about the extra vitamins needed. So, thank you so much for this info!
Incidentally, if anyone is interested in emailing back and forth for support with PCOS, I would be so very interested. I am 29, have had this since high school, have watched the hair on my face and body just increase and increase and increase over time, have constantly struggled with being overweight (I'm at 314 currently...and only 29!!!! Grr). I live a full life, and don't let it stop me..overall, am a very happy person; my boyfriend loves me despite my face being stubblier than his...but, some days, I just lose the battle in remaining positive over this. Some days (like today) I feel like less of a woman, and more like a hairy, fat monster. Don't get me wrong...this is just one bad day, preceded by many good, positive days. But, I am starting to feel alone in this struggle. I feel like I've been eating all the right foods, exercising...I get about 25 lbs off, and then it seems to stall. And, I need ALOT MORE than 25 lbs to come off.
I guess I just need a mega boost of motivation that we CAN, WILL and DO overcome this!!! I'm starting to feel like my body is a prisoner to PCOS. I'm in it for the long-haul lifestyle change, but with each day, and another new hair on my face...I am starting to get more and more down about it.
Any motivation would be most welcome!

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Yeah unfortunetly yeah this is all ontop of the multi vitamin....The multi vitamin doesn't really have that much in it. If you do a little bit of research you'll find that it doesnt have that much value of anything. All of the vitamins that I listed is what is recomended for women with PCOS. All those things is what our body is missing to function properly for subside the real affect of what PCOS is doing to our bodies. I no it seems alot. But it's a lifestyle change and if one wantes to get healthy they will do what every it takes. Just like me..if i had to take 30 pills a day to keep me healthy ill do it because I will not let this PCOS take over my life.

Hunny with the 5 pills you are taking its nothing. Just no that this is not medication. These are vitamins that our body is needing. Because of the malnutrition that is in our foods today. We do not get enough of these vitamins in our foods anymore. So i look at it that way. Its a lifestyle change. And yes I forgot the list the Vitamin D i think and the fish oil. But that is already a given.

Olivia :)

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Is all this on top of a multi vitamin? That is a lot ...I already feel like I'm pill popping all time with the thyroid med, metformin, multi vitamin, extra vitamin D and fish oil. I read about how important the extra D is for PCOS. I also watched on the Dr oz show that the D in multi vitamin isn't enough and everyone should add a little extra....Being over weight your body needs more too...on top of just the PCOS....Oh and just sitting in the sun ( I know it's not possible this time of year) for 15 minutes is the best way to get that extra D.




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Ya might wish to check out my Blog post that I did about supplements and herbs for PCOS .. some of which I do take myself and have been for the past 5 plus years.

I myself atm am taking a B complex, Chromium, Mike Thistle, vitamin D, CQ10, plus a few others including a multivitamin (which I was told to take on top of the supplements I already take - by my endro and confirmed as a good idea by my GYN and my GP).

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Wow Thank You, I am so much in need of this type of information...

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I just found some tonalin cla in my cupboard, and I took them and my liquid vitamins. I'm glad I had them. Thank you for inspiring me to be healthier! Pcos just got a swift kick in the booty!

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I no it does seem like alot. But these are the vitamins that our bodies are missing because of our PCOS!! :( but i look at it as a life style change. We all do what we have to do. But the pills are so tiny that its like swallowing ticktac's lol :)

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Wow, that's alot of vitamins! Thank you Olivia for doing research and sharing these. I also want to kick pcos in the butt!

Karen

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Hello all. So I have been doing my research for the proper vitamins that we lack or need to be taking. Also that has been recomended to me by my doctor to promote the best type of results for weight loss and for a healthy life.



1. Magnesium Citrate complex
2. Zinc 50 mg
3. CoQ-10 100mg
4. Tanalin CLA 1000mg
5. B-6 vitamin 100 mg
6. B-12 500 mcg
7. Chromium 200 mcg
8. Gymnema Sylvestre 250 mg
9. L-Carnitine
10. Milk Thistle 70 mg
11. Inositol 650 mg
12. we also have to take Cinnamin
13. And vitamin D
14. Vitamin B-2 aswell


If any of you have anyother vitamins or minareals that are needed to help jumpstart fixing our PCOS problems for the better please let me no because I am trying to kick this PCOS in the buttttt hardcore!!

(Please not that I am not a doctor and I have consulted with my doctor about the vitamins that I should taking. But I have also done my research online and in journals and it is the same thing what is recomeneded by my doctor)


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