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Are you familiar with the Insulite PCOS System from www.insulitelabs.com? I don't know anyone that is.

By Anonymous April 7, 2009 - 2:52pm
 
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All I know is that it is a supplement for the treatment of PCOS.

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I have been on this regimen for about 6 years now. Ever since I was diagnosed with PCOS. I did a bunch of research when my PCP told me " if you want to get Prego you have to remain on Metformin" I was sicker than a dog for one year and could not take it anymore. I work in the medical field and I know it's an ever changing field with new treatments and such. I started taking this and seen a huge difference with the first 2 months. I felt not so run down I had more energy I also noticed my mood swings were not so crazy as before. I also noticed I didn't crave Carbs as much while on this. It does work with regulating your hormones. As for conceiving a child that has not happened for me but at 34 years old I'm just happy that I don't feel like crap every day and if GOD allows a child in my life I'm ok with that too. I wish every female who takes this regimen the best of luck and I hope it has the same effect for all who takes it. It's well worth the $97 a month.

June 10, 2016 - 10:04pm
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I have been on this regimen for about 6 years now. Ever since I was diagnosed with PCOS. I did a bunch of research when my PCP told me " if you want to get Prego you have to remain on Metformin" I was sicker than a dog for one year and could not take it anymore. I work in the medical field and I know it's an ever changing field with new treatments and such. I started taking this and seen a huge difference with the first 2 months. I felt not so run down I had more energy I also noticed my mood swings were not so crazy as before. I also noticed I didn't crave Carbs as much while on this. It does work with regulating your hormones. As for conceiving a child that has not happened for me but at 34 years old I'm just happy that I don't feel like crap every day and if GOD allows a child in my life I'm ok with that too. I wish every female who takes this regimen the best of luck and I hope it has the same effect for all who takes it. It's well worth the $97 a month.

June 10, 2016 - 10:04pm
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Anonymous

I'm on PCOS Insulite since December and sadly, I haven't seen much improvements. I'm skinny and non-IR.

One of the supplements contain bovine adrenal tissue to support adrenal glands. None contain testosterone. Infact one of them has saw palmetto that is anti-androgenic in nature....

February 5, 2013 - 3:50am
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Anonymous (reply to Anonymous)

I'm sorry but I think you might have this condition confused with something else. None of the pills contain testosterone but actually the opposite since pcos patients have an over abundance of this hormone.

November 4, 2014 - 2:21am
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Anonymous

I too felt extremely relieved, after many months I have got my periods bang on the 30th day. I have been taking insulite only last 3 weeks now.
But I would like to know about the free testesterones? does it supress or increases the testesterones, any of the pills in this medicine?

May 21, 2012 - 8:16am

That is great news because I have read about this about 5 months ago and did not buy it because it was expensive for me while not working but now that I know how well it works I will give it a try! Thank you so much!

January 3, 2012 - 7:10pm
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Anonymous (reply to Brookeie01)

Hey how is it working out for you? I hope you got improvements. :) Please tell me if it works. :) x

April 20, 2012 - 9:21pm
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Anonymous

I also took the insulite labs pcos system. I was sick of the male pattern hair growth and always being tired. My doctor kept suggesting I take birth control and metformin or to have a hysterectomy if I was done having kids. I didn't like either of those ideas and started looking for treatment options online and that's when I came across the insulite labs website. It gave me a lot of helpful information about the condition and even told me things my doctor couldn't tell me. I decided to try the product and was glad I did. I started taking the supplements on March 18th and almost immediately started seeing results which was a big shock for me. I had more energy and slept straight through the night vs taking naps And not sleeping at night. At the time, we were not trying to get pregnant. After being on the product for five weeks I found out I was pregnant. Now I'm 23 weeks along with a healthy baby boy all thanks to their program.

September 4, 2011 - 3:53pm
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Anonymous

I have been taking the supplements for 3 weeks now and I have lost 4.5 pounds and my hair has grown back. I am finally happy. I am so happy this worked for me because birth control only made my PCOS worse! On the birth control pill I gained a ton of weight my periods went psycho and my hair was falling out. I think these insulite pills ate worth going to your doctor to talk about them and see what is best for you.

January 16, 2011 - 1:25am
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Thank you for you post. I noticed last fall how thinner my hair was becoming. Since then it is really become much thinner. In fact I got my hair cut this week and it is the first time in my life I cried all the way home. I have been trying to keep my sugar levels down with natural supplements. My nurse practitioner suggested start taking zinc to help with the high testosterone. Well I think my problem is far beyond what zinc can help with. So I am very excited to order my Insulite products and try them. I will keep you posted as soon as I get them!

February 19, 2011 - 5:49pm
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