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PCOS: How Can I Improve Fertility If I Have This? - Dr. Grobe

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Dr. Grobe explains how you can improve fertility if you have polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS).

Dr. Grobe:
For women struggling with PCOS and struggling to get pregnant, naturopathic medicine can provide them with the foundation that can improve their chances of getting pregnant with fertility treatments.

Naturopathic medicine can help regulate periods, which a woman having a regular period has a better chance of becoming pregnant, especially with fertility treatments.

It can also help with the blood sugar balance. The PCOS, however it presents itself with irregular periods, difficulty becoming pregnant, it is an underlying issue with insulin resistance.

And through medical nutrition, through diet, through supplementation that helps improve insulin sensitivity, that also will impact and improve a woman with PCOS’s chances of becoming pregnant, especially with fertility treatments.

About Dr. Denise Quance Grobe, N.D.:
Dr. Denise Quance Grobe, N.D., is a licensed Naturopathic Physician. Her practice is directed towards women's health issues among adults and adolescents, with a focus on personalizing treatments to stimulate the body's healing potential. She blends botanical medicine, homeopathy, medical nutrition, and acupuncture with lifestyle counseling to provide the optimal level of care for her patients.

Dr. Quance Grobe received her doctorate degree from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, Arizona, in 2004, and has continued to educate and practice within the local community. She is accomplished at treating Stress conditions, Fibromyalgia, Anxiety, Depression, Diabetes, PMS, Menopause, Hormone Balancing, and Osteoporosis.

Visit Dr. Grobe at The Center For True Harmony

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Polycystic ovary syndrome can be treated by addressing the problem of insulin resistance. Anti-androgen medications are also prescribed to address the irregularities in menstruation. These anti-androgen medications also can decrease skin problems caused by PCOs such as acne. However, non-pharmacological intervention can also help such as regular exercise and diet modification.
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