Ovasitol for PCOS – Why it’s my number 1 supplement

Updated April 2022

Recently I’ve been struggling. I had abdominal surgery in February and my PCOS has worsened as a result. I’m doing everything I know how to get things under control. And that is why I am so glad that I came across Ovasitol for PCOS. It has made such a huge difference for me and as you (hopefully) know, I love sharing the things that really work for women with PCOS.

So, let me tell you a little more about Ovasitol.

What is Ovasitol?

Ovasitol is a supplement designed for women with PCOS. It is a combination of D-Chiro and Myo-inositol in a 40:1 ratio.

Let’s break that down a little. If you’ve been following PCOS Diet Support for a while, you may know that Myo-inositol has always been my number 1 PCOS supplement. It has helped me conceive, lose weight, manage my cravings and generally stay in control of my PCOS. So, why am I now recommending Ovasitol?

To answer that question properly, I need to explain a little more about Myo- Insoitol and D chiro inositol.

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I’ve written about Myo-inositol before (you can see that article here) so I won’t go into all of that detail again. But to briefly summarise it here:

  • Myo-inositol is one of 9 other kinds of Inositols.
  • It is the most common inositol occurring in the body.
  • It plays a role in the insulin signaling pathway
  • It is really important in helping insulin enter cells effectively by working on the insulin receptor of the cell.
  • It also plays a role in way in which insulin works on the cell and it makes insulin’s role more effective.

Remember that women with PCOS have irregularities in the way the body responds to glucose and insulin so if you work on the insulin pathway, you are likely to see some improvements in PCOS symptoms.

What improvements can you hope to see with and inositol supplement, I hear you ask?

Myo-inositol supplementation has been shown to:

  • lower testosterone levels
  • helps to restore normal ovarian function and induces spontaneous ovulation
  • helps to restore regular menstrual cycles
  • improves insulin sensitivity
  • promote egg quality
  • helps to improve insulin resistance

So, how does D-chiro Inositol compare to Myo-Inositol?

D-Chiro Inositol

D-chiro inositol (DCI) is formed from myo-inositol. It is not present in as high a concentration as myo-inositol. Now, women with PCOS are thought to have a deficiency of DCI. You see, DCI is formed from myo-inositol but women with PCOS struggle to make that conversion. We also lose more DCI in our urine than we should. (1)

Now, researchers suggest that this deficiency and impaired use of DCI may result in or at least contribute to insulin resistance in women with PCOS.

But, what does DCI actually do? How does it help women with PCOS?

Well, DCI helps to improve the efficacy of insulin. In doing this, it also improves: (2)

  • blood pressure and cholesterol levels
  • serum levels of androgens (testosterone)
  • ovulatory function and helps to restore normal menstrual cycles

That sounds pretty good to me.

Why combine the two?

For the last 4 years I have been taking myo-inositol on it’s own and it has worked well for me. So, why change? Why is combined myo-inositol and DCI better than myo-inositol on it’s own?

Well, myo-inositol is really important for improving egg quality and ovarian function. This is obviously particularly important if you are trying to conceive. And DCI has been shown to address the insulin resistance to commonly seen in PCOS (in fact, research suggests that most obese women with PCOS and 50% of lean women with PCOS have insulin resistance) (3)

Using a combined approach helps to tackle PCOS from a systemic level, as well as at the level of the ovary (4)

Also, some recent research showed that taking the combined therapy of myo-inositol and d chiro inositol together had a better improvement on the metabolic factors of women with polycystic ovary syndrome than just d chiro inositol on it’s own (5).

Where can I get Ovasitol?

ovasitol pcosYou can order Ovasitol through a US based company, Theralogix. It is the only company that offers the combined MI and DCI and most importantly, it’s in the right ratio. You see, too much DCI has been shown to impair egg development so getting the dosage and ratio right is important.

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When you order the Ovasitol, you’ll get a 3 month supply made up of easy to use sachets. Just mix one sachet in water twice a day. It’s really easy and less messy than the big tub of Inositol I used to use.

Some commonly asked questions about Ovasitol

Can I take Ovasitol while taking the birth control pill?

Remember, ovasitol works to improve ovarian functions as well as on the metabolic aspects of PCOS. So, whilst you may not be ready to start a family, ovasitol can help with other symptoms of PCOS.

So, taking inositol while on birth control can help to improve insulin levels and insulin sensitivity which could promote normal hormone profiles on women with PCOS.

Can I take Ovasitol and Letrozole at the same time?

Letrozole is often prescribed for women who are struggling to conceive . It can help to improve ovulation rates.

There is no evidence to suggest that inositol would interfere with letrozole and vice versa. In fact, they may work well together as Letrozole improves ovulation and inositol has been shown to improve egg quality.

Of course, it’s always best to speak with your physician before taking any new supplements.

Ovasitol pills or powder form?

I am often asked about taking inositol pills or if the powder form is better. Ovasitol is actually not available in capsules or pill form. It is only available as a powder that is mixed with water on a daily basis.

How does Ovasitol help when I am trying to conceive?

Taking Ovasitol on a daily basis improves hormone imbalance and helps to improve ovarian response. This means that you are more likely to ovulate each month and have a more frequent and regular menstrual cycle.

Ovasitol also helps to improve egg quality. This is because it reduces oxidative stress on the eggs (6)

So, if you are trying to conceive, taking Ovasitol can help you to get pregnant by improving your chances of ovulation and by improving egg quality.

How long does it take Ovasitol to work for PCOS?

Many of the women that I work with report seeing improvements in a couple of weeks, from some weight loss to improved skin and reduced acne.

But, for best results, Ovasitol should be taken continuously for at least 3 months. This is because it can take a few months for your hormones to balance.

Can I take Ovasitol while pregnant?

Ovasitol is a water soluble vitamin and is not stored in the body. This means that it is safe to take during pregnancy.

There is actually some research showing that taking inositol during pregnancy can help to prevent gestational diabetes (7)

So, if you are struggling with PCOS and want to get pregnant, Ovasitol is a safe supplement to take.

If you are unsure at all, make sure that you talk to your healthcare provider before starting Ovasitol.

What is the difference between Inopholic Alpha and Ovasitol?

Inopholic Alpha is also an inositol supplement but it only contains myo-inositol, not the combination of myo and d-chiro inositol.

Also, Inopholic Alpha contains folic acid and Alpha-lactalbumin. The Alpha-lactalbumin is said to increase the absorption of inositol.

Do I need a prescription for Ovasitol?

Nope, you don’t need a prescription for inositol. You can order it online here.

Does Ovasitol have side effects?

There can be some very mild side effects when taking Ovasitol but it is generally very well tolerated. If anything, you may experience mild stomach upset.

Can I take Ovasitol with Metformin?

Metformin is an insulin sensitising drug and helps to improve insulin sensitivity. It is often prescribed for women with PCOS. Although Ovasitol is generally safe to take alongside Metformin, it is best to check with your healthcare provider as the combination of the two may lower blood sugar levels too much.

What is the typical recommended dose of Ovasitol?

Ovasitol is normally taken in the morning and evening. One sachet contains 2g on myo-inositol, which is the typical recommended dose.

Final Verdict

Right at the beginning, I told you that my PCOS was not where I want it to be at the moment, since my surgery in February. I’ve gained 3kg in 2 months and my cycle which is normally pretty regular has gone MIA.

I only received my Ovasitol a week ago and have been taking it for 6 days. In that time I have lost 1kg (I’ve also been much stricter with my eating). Still no period but I know that may take a bit of time.

With these benefits in such a small amount of time, as well as all of the research that I have read and shared, I definitely think Ovasitol is my new number 1 PCOS supplement.
I highly recommend it and think you’ll see great improvements in your PCOS.

So, if you’re rearing to go and give it a try, you can order some here, for the best price.

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If you already take Ovasitol, please leave me a comment below and let me know what improvements you’ve seen since taking it! I’d love to hear from you!

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Tarryn Poulton is a PN1 Certified Nutrition Coach and PCOS expert who has been a leader in the online PCOS space for over 8 years. Tarryn has the support of leading clinicians from around the world who support her scientific approach to understanding and talking about PCOS this includes all medical journals and ongoing research. You can read more about Tarryn and the team here.

278 Responses

278 Responses

  1. Hi I’ve been struggling with PCOS for many years, and am taking a new BCP, which I’m very upset over as my boyfriend and I discussed “letting fate decide.” I don’t get any periods. Will this help kick start a regular period and or help me ovulate as Clomid did not work for me when I took it for 10 months.

  2. I can’t get ovasitol in my country and DCI is really expensive and I can’t afford to take that every day. Would it also help to take only myo-inositol and change my diet?

  3. I have lean PCOS without Insulin Resistance. I began using Inositol for about 2 and a half months. I ovulated like clock work after 3 weeks of starting inositol, but no such luck this month. I am wondering if Ovasitol may help my ovulation become more regular? And has anyone else had this experience?


  4. Tarryn,

    I just stumbled upon your website over the weekend and have been so BLESSED by the research you’ve been doing on PCOS. Thank you thank you thank you! I found out 5 years ago I had PCOS and will be trying to conceive in the next year. Would you recommend taking Ovasitol if TTC or Inositol + Folic Acid (like pregnitude)? I am going dairy-free starting next week and am excited about these changes in my life. Thanks for all the help!

  5. I have PCOS and estrogen dominance. I do not want to take anything to start my periods as I already have breakthrough bleeding. Do you know if inositol increases Estrogen? I am not TTC. I am prescribed Metformin but I already have IBS and I could not get past the gastro side effects so I have not been taking it. I have read that Folic Acid increases Estrogen. I need to do more research but am avoiding that for now.

    1. Dawn, I’ve never heard of Ovasitol increasing estrogen levels. If anything, it should help to bring more balance and increase progesterone as it helps to regulate your cycle.

      1. Hi Tarryn,

        I am from Malaysia and recently been diagnosed with PCOS. I’ve been married for 9 months and trying to have a baby. My period is irregular plus I haven’t got my period for two months now. My gynae prescribed me with Metformin and Diane to regulate my cycle. Now I want to stop Diane, how can I get Ovasitol in Malaysia? Do you suggest taking Ovasitol with Metformin in order to conceive?

      1. Also in Australia here would you be able to put this forward to them as a partner with them, My Hirutism has been off the scales and I follow your Meal Plans. 🙁 I use inistol also

          1. I’ve ordered from Amrita directly to Australia with no issues int he past – is very expensive though!

  6. I just got my order of Ovasitol last night and was wondering if the Folic Acid alongside the Ovasitol? Thanks Tarryn!

    1. Also, I am not trying to get pregnant at this time, so would it be wise to wait on taking certain supplements besides the Ovasitol? Thanks!

      1. Meghan, you don’t have to take the folic acid if you are not trying to conceive. And I would definitely still recommend the Ovasitol, as well as Omega 3 and Vitamin D.

    1. Not at the moment, Nishani. You can try get Inofolic from Dischem. It’s a combination of folic acid and inositol and is the next best thing.

  7. This almost looks too good to be true! I looked around, and cannot find anywhere to buy it in Norway, or places that will ship to Norway. A true pity! But I’ll be patient and look out for it in the future 🙂

  8. Hi Tarryn,

    I am not trying to conceive…just trying to control other side effects of PCOS. …I started inositol a few days ago after listening to one of your Facebook live chats…do I change to ovation or carry on with inositol….

  9. I received my Ovasitol here in the UK from functional nutrition. However, when I counted the packets inside the box its only 174 packets when it should be 180 packets. I have emailed the functional nutrition now, and waiting for the reply. Not sure if the problem is from the theralogix packaging or somewhere else. So, count those packets ladies, just in case, £99 is not a small amount of money.

    1. I ordered my ovasitol from the same supplier (funcional nutrition UK) and I missed 3 packets too (so I received 177 pieces). Did you get any answer to your mail?
      I am sure they picked some packets out….

  10. Can we take Ovasitol and a pre-natal vitamin? Also, is there a prenatal vitamin that you like (preferably without iron) that’s PCOS friendly?

  11. Sorry one more thing i have seen reviews of people saying that Ovasitol has made them gain weight. what are the major side affects?

    I’m worrying a bit because i go to the gym 3 days a week with my Personal trainer, i have change my diet as much as i can and i have lost weight but not enough. so i don’t want to try Ovasitol out and it makes me gain more weight.

  12. Hi Tarryn,

    I was struggling to find a company in the UK that sells Ovasitol but i found one.

    Unfortunatly they have sold out so its a waiting game for me. I just wanted to know how much of a difference has Ovasitol made compare to Inosital apart from loosing weight?

    for instance your moods can you control them more, food cravings, how much weight did you loose on inosital compared to Ovasitol?

    i have been struggling with mood swings. hopefully I should receive my Ovasitol order by next week.

    I would love to hear back from you.


  13. Hi,
    I would like to recommend Ayurveda and Kottakkal Ayurveda Sala in Kerala ,India to all the people suffering from PCOS.
    Complete cure and no side-effects.
    Go back to nature.

  14. I have PCOS and insulin resistance. I have gained 15 pounds in about 3 months. My periods were normal for about 1 year until February 27th of this year it didn’t come. I got it in march and April and not this month. Will this help with this issue?

    1. I’m not sure, Brittany. You could contact Theralogix directly to ask them? I think it probably could be prescribed.

  15. Hi Tarryn

    I was put on metformin because I was struggling with my weight as I was IR. I was experiencing excessive hunger and I was never really full. The metformin did not help in any way with this. Just wondering whether I opt for ovasitol to aid in weight loss despite metformin not doing anything. My concern is if both drugs act the same them ovasitol might not be for me?

    1. Aliya, I would talk to your doctor about it first. I think Ovasitol is worth a try but maybe only half the daily dose to start with. You need to watch out for possible hypoglycemia if you’re taking both.

      1. Hi i would watch out for hypoglycemia, i tried 500mg of metformin twice a day and 2 packets of ovasitol a day and i had hypoglycemia. i decided to stop using ovasitol until my metformin treatment was over, then use it on its own

  16. Hello Tarryn,

    Its a great research. I am taking Inositol twice a day. I got pregnant after I started taking Inositol. My question is do I have to take Inositol throughout my pregnancy and even after delivery?

    Also, If I would like to start taking Ovasitol after my delivery, is it safe to take while I am nursing? As I am taking Inositol right now, Do I have to take both Inositol and Ovasitol together or stop taking Inositol and just start taking Ovasitol?

    Thank you for all the information you are sharing. Very appreciative.

    Jarmy Patel.

    1. Hi Jarmy,

      Congratulations on your pregnancy! It is safe to take Inositol while pregnant and breastfeeding. If you do order the Ovasitol, stop taking Inositol. They are not meant to be taken at the same time.

      1. Where did you get your information about taking inositol while pregnant and breastfeeding? I couldn’t say any, and my doctor couldn’t say. Thanks!!?

    2. Hi there I’ve been trying to conceive for about 2 years now and I have PCOS I don’t want to lose hope!! I know it is possible to get pregnant I just don’t know what to take or where to start?
      help please … Would ovasitol help? Or inositol? Or both

      Thanks in advance (:

      1. Hi Adriana,

        I know TTC can be so tough with PCOS. Both Ovasitol and Inositol would help. I would go with Ovasitol as my first choice, if you can get it in your country. Otherwise Inositol is more widely available. Don’t take them together. It’s one or the other.

  17. What are your thoughts on pregnitude versus ovasitol? I am looking into an
    Inositol supplement and was about to purchase pregnitude.

    1. Hi Jennifer,

      Pregnitude is a combination of Folic acid and Inositol while Ovasitol is a combination of Inositol and D-Chiro-Inositol. If you take Ovasitol, you will need to take a folic acid supplement as well if you are trying to conceive.

      1. Hello Madam

        This is thinesh from India , my wife suffering pcos problem , i need to order ovasitol from your side , so plse help me how to get ovasitol medicine from your side . Waiting for your good result ASAP .

        Thks & Regards
        P.T.shankar B.Tech

        1. From my understanding, folic acid on it’s own won’t improve your PCOS symptoms so you can leave it out if you’re not trying to conceive.

  18. Hi there, I have had a hysterectomy and have one ovary. My main reason for taking inositol is for weight loss. Should I be on this ovasitol or should I stick with inositol…I am confused.

    1. Jody, I think Ovasitol is a more effective product than Inositol on it’s own so I would go with Ovasitol if you can.

  19. Hello Tarryn, I was diagnosed with PCOS at 16 (15 yrs ago). I never cared about it or tried to managed it until I was married and we wanted to start a family. I was able to become pregnant with the assistance of Femara with my almost 3 year old. Since October 2015, my husband and I have been trying to become pregnant again. I have a terrible time with ovulating. In the past, I have used 40mg of Vitex, and it has allowed me to have a period, but not monthly: fluctuates between 34 and 56 days. I read your articles on Inositol months ago and purchased some. I was hesitant to use it as I was still nursing. Currently, I am on Femara again and going to have blood work every cycle to check my progesterone levels. On the Vitex alone, I was having a cycle, but progesterone levels were below 1. I decided to try the Inositol (that you USED to recommend) that i previously bought that was collecting dust in my cabinet. In one cycle alone, my progesterone levels went from 0.42 to 10.1!!! Now that I am reading more about Inositol, I keep running into these articles about Myo and DCl. Now, I see you have published one, too. I’m just torn as to what to do. Should I switch to the Ovasitol or stick with what’s working for me now??? I know you are not a medical professional. I will not view your opinion as medical advice. I just want some guidance from someone who is extremely knowledgeable in this area. Also, what is Inositol made of? Just Inositol? Thank you for your time!!!

    1. Hi Stevi,

      Ovasitol still has the 4 g of Inositol that you’re already taking. It also has the added DCI. So, I would go with Ovasitol and get the combination rather than Inositol on it’s own. Also, really hoping you get theat amazing baby news soon!

  20. Hi
    Many thanks for this info. I have been taking inositol for a while. It’s a shame this is so expensive in the uk. £100.00! Are you aware of other companies that produce this other than the brand you have recommended? Many thanks

    1. Gemma, it is very expensive, I agree. But it is also very good. At this stage I think Ovasitol is the only combination Myo and D-Chiro Inositol on the market.

  21. Hi Tarryn,

    I’m in South Africa. Do you know where I can this product or any other related product?

  22. Can this be taken with Clomid? I have been using the myo-inositol for 4 months now and haven’t had a period still or ovulated. So my doctor has put me in progesterone Ana Clomid but I still continue to take the mayo-inositol have had one treatment last month and still no ovulation. The progesterone has made me have a period but still nothing on my own. Im wondering if I should switch to this instead but is is ok to take with Clomid?

    1. Hey Jessica, just came across your comment and thought I’d add some advice… taking clomid for long periods of time actually thins your uterus lining which in turn makes it harder for an egg to implant. I used clomid with my first child and my body didn’t respond. My OB at the time switched me to femara. My body responded and I was pregnant after two cycles. I encourage you to look up femara and discuss it with your doctor! Hopefully it will help you like it did me! Good luck!

  23. Hi,

    Its very expensive to buy in the UK and theralogix don’t ship outside the US. I bought some d chiro capsules and mix that with the myo inositol the the dose of 40:1. Seems to be working!

  24. Hi,

    Just wondering If the Ovasitol available in Australia?

    I have PCOS, endometriosis & IR, very overweight (never use to be). I am currently taking metformin XR, duromine and powdered insitol & as I haven’t been able to loose any weight for over a year. My diet is very clean & I exercise!
    Im at the end of my tether & I don’t know what to do next, basically my endo has said that the only thing left for me to do is to get gastric band surgery, but I know my eating is not the problem & my dietician agrees that’s not the issue!

    I wouldn’t wish PCOS & other releated problems on anybody!

    I just want to say Thankyou for inspiring & giving me hope!

  25. Hello Mam….your article is really useful..I am Sara from India…I am 25yrs old and unmarried…I have irregular periods for a long time…3 months it will be normal then again 3-5 months it delayed by 30 days and all…I had my last periods on FEBRUARY 18…before 10 days I consulted gynaecologist and she adviced me to undergo a PCOD SCAN…and at the result it was identified that I am having PCOS…my doctor advised me to take MEPRATE tablet twice a day for 5 days..and then to have OVAGRACE PLUS daily 1 tablet..actually I was so slim before two years..but now my height is 157cm but my weight is 62 kg..I am so much worried about
    this.plz give me a suggestion …ovagrace tablet also contains inositol …whether after taking this tablet will my periods be regular and will I loose weight….

  26. Hi – I don’t have the typical PCOS symptoms, but do have cysts in an ovary (skinny/eat healthy mostly) but I do struggle with facial hair/hirsutism and loss of hair on the head – would this help me too? Help more than the Inositol I’m having? Thanks

  27. Hi Tarryn,

    I am new to your site and love it. Totally helping me stay focused on my PCOS journey.

    I am about to order your suggested supplements.

    I am wondering if you have a recommendation to which to buy Ovasitol or Insosital first? Or should I combine the both?

    Thanks so much

  28. Hi Tarryn,

    What is your advice on my current situation, i have been diagnosed with PCOS since 10years ago, struggling with obesity, having diabetes with insulin shot. i’ve gone through a few procedures , laparoscopy twice. the latest,5months ago i ‘ve found out i have ovarian cyts(removed), endometriosis and adenomyosis.
    3days ago, i am having very heavy bleeding with clotting. i visited my gynae yesterday, he asked me to do another round of hysteresctscopy to see what is going.
    my question to him, why we don’t tackle the main cause for all of my problems, that is PCOS, why don’t you give me some advice on PCOS..he himself as a gynae cannot give a good explanation on that.
    so i decided to do readings on PCOS myself and i found your page.
    i was elated, because when i read all problems are familiar to me, and i am happy to know that i have good support in this group.

    oh with a long intro, i just want to know whether Ovasitol will help me and whether i can put off my insulin shot ASAP.coz for 2years, i don’t think it helps me much on controlling my diabetes.

    hope to hear from you soon.

    1. Zainah, I’m sorry to hear that you are having such a hard time! Diabetes is a very serious thing and I would not advise that you stop taking insulin. That is very dangerous and you must consult with your doctor. Having said that, I think Ovasitol would be helpful in balancing your hormones and helping your body deal with glucose more effectively.

  29. If your starting menopause/perimenopause and don’t care about healthy eggs productions, since they are drying up anyway, how would this supplement be beneficial.

  30. Hi Tarryn,

    i’m currently taking Inositol, but i don’t have an insulin restence. Do you recommed Inositol or actually Ovasitol although i have lean PCOS, a struggle to gain weight and no insulin resistence?

    Thanks 🙂

    1. Hi Kristin,

      I definitely still recommend it. The mho-inositol seems to act on the ovary to help it produce good quality eggs. Even if you don’t have insulin resistance, we still have some fundamental irregularities in the way that we process insulin and glucose. So, hopefully you’ll see good benefits, even if you don’t have IR

      1. Hi Tarryn,

        I recently ordered Inositol after reading about it in your PCOS Daily Emails. However, as I was doing more research, I did come across some negative side effects that may be associated with it (i.e. diarrhea, stomach ache, headache). Can you speak a little about that, please?

    1. Hi, I’m Nikki from Malaysia. I found a seller who can help to buy Ovasitol from US. U can contact gynieparadise at 11street.com or Leong.com. , Go Google it.

  31. Along with this product you also recommended vitamin D and omega 3 vitamins. What brands do you use or recommend?

  32. Hi, I’m living in Kingston, Jamaica, is it possible for me to get to order this product, if so could you go through the procedures for me, thanks

    1. Samantha, at the moment I think they they mainly ship to the US and Canada. You could always get in touch with Theralogix to ask them?

      1. you can buy an address in the USA by having account on this website http://www.skybox.net, it costs 24 dollars, when you buy any product it shipped into that address then to your country
        go to website for more details
        i am from middle east 🙂

  33. Hi! I’m currently on 850mg Metformin twice a day. It’s my understanding that this supplement does basically the same thing. Is it alright to take Ovasitol and Metformin? Thanks for any info!

    1. Hi Mia,

      Both Ovasitol and Metformin can make you more sensitive to insulin so I would speak to your doctor first.

  34. I’ve taken Ovasitol for over a year now. My husband and I had tried to get pregnant for 7 years and we found out about was pregnant just a few short months after starting this. I also cleaned up my diet but had not completely eliminated diary and wheat from my diet. In pregnancy, this has helped me keep my insulin levels in check and my blood pressure down. My doctor has been pretty impressed.

        1. Yes it is. But please make sure that you speak to your doctor about it before you start taking it, especially when pregnant.

    1. Yes, Ann. It definitely would be. It’s main role is acting on the insulin pathway so it would help.

  35. Hello,
    I would love to try this product but they don’t send to the UK, so I am stuck and I don’t believe they have anything smiliar in the UK.
    Such a shame
    Shital x

  36. “too much DCI has been shown to impair egg development so getting the dosage and ratio right is important.” ….this concerns me. If I’m going to ttc how do I know I am not going to accidentally impair my egg quality if I take this? What if my levels happen to not be low and by taking this it’s too much?

    1. I understand your concern. The dose of DCI is 50mg which is at a very safe dose. Problems arose at doses of about 400mg.

      1. Thank you for you’re reply. Also, is it effective to take this while on birth control? I have been told not to go off it until I am ttc because I have endometriosis on top of pcos. They want me to stay on the pill as long as I can so the endo doesn’t grow.

        1. Yes, I definitely think it would be helpful. Birth control is not going to impact on your insulin levels so this could really help. Also, by taking Ovasitol and sorting out your eating, it will help to keep your hormones balanced as you transition off the pill.

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