PCOS Shopping Links

PCOS Girl - Amazon Shopping List for PCOSI always get asked what supplements I use, what I workout with, what books I read, etc. So I decided to list all the PCOS stuff I personally use- I’m not sponsored or paid by any of these companies- BUT I do link them through Amazon’s Affiliate program. I figured if I was listing them then why not try to make some cents in the process- lol!

You can click the links below to check out the items or drop them into a Google search. Just remember that these are items I use for my PCOS, stuff I’ve talked to my doctors about and stuff I’ve researched that fits my needs. Always read reviews and talk with your doctor before trying anything. (:

 

 PCOS Books & Materials

A Patient’s Guide to PCOS: Understanding–and Reversing–Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

The PCOS Diet Plan: A Natural Approach to Health for Women with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

PCOS At Home Workouts

Zumba Fitness Incredible Slimdown DVD System

Zumba Fitness Core – Nintendo Wii

Just Dance 2016 – Wii

R.I.P.P.E.D. Total Body Challenge

PCOS Supplements

I cycle through supplements, since I don’t like taking handfuls everyday. Currently I’m taking a Prenatal, Mega Magnesium- which I bought at Sprouts (it’s not available on Amazon), Alpha Lipoic Acid, Probiotic and Inositol.

My current supplement schedule is: 2 Alpha Lipoic Acid caps in the AM before breakfast, Probiotic after breakfast, 2-3 Mega Magnesium caps at lunch, Prenatal with dinner, and 3 Inositol caps at bedtime. This is MY schedule- check with your doctor about dosage, etc. In a few weeks I plan to modify my Inositol to 2 caps in the AM and 2 at bedtime.

Rainbow Light Prenatal One Multivitamin, 150-Count Bottle

NOW Foods Alpha Lipoic Acid 250mg, 120 Vcaps

Healthy Origins Probiotic 30 Billion CFU’s Shelf Stable, 150 Count

Jarrow Formulas Inositol Caps, Supports Liver Function, 750 mg, 100 Caps

PCOS Foods

Frontier Natural Products Cinnamon, Og, Grnd Ceyln, Ft, 1.76-Ounce

For Smoothies – Healthworks Raw Certified Organic Maca Powder 8oz

Healthworks Raw Certified Organic Cacao Powder, 1 lb

PCOS Trying To Get Pregnant

Yes, we are trying to get pregnant again! I use an app on phone to input data about my cycle and then use Ovulation sticks to see if I’m actually ovulating. I had bloodwork and HSG performed and I’m on a prenatal and Inositol to help push ovulation. I also tried the Soy Isoflavones to push ovulation.

Clearblue Digital Ovulation Test, 20 Count

Pre-Seed Personal Lubricant, 1.4 Oz

PCOS Hormone Control

There are two over the counter hormone helpers I call them. Progesterone which is used by MANY women to help with their symptoms as well as Soy Isoflavones to aid in fertility and hormone balance. Read the reviews and talk with your doctor.

Emerita Pro-Gest Cream, 4 oz. tube (PACKAGING MAY VARY)

Nature’s Way Soy Isoflavones, 60 Capsules

I will add more items here as I use them and have good results.
If there’s something I’m missing- just let me know via the comments!

8 comments

  1. Kristin says:

    Have you tried Saw palmetto or Thyme oil for hormonal balance? I got pregnant doing low carb twice. Now that I’m finished breastfeeding I would like to try supplements, but not sure what to try. I’m thinking about cinnamon, saw palmetto, magnesium and thyme oil.

    • PCOS Girl says:

      It really depends on the symptoms you’re treating. For me: If it’s my blood sugar stability then cinnamon, if it’s light headiness/brain fog then magnesium, if it’s weight loss iodine, cinnamon, if it’s fatigue then iron. 🙂

    • PCOS Girl says:

      Totally depends on you. I would suggest starting off with a small dose and working your way up. Keep and journal and track any changes you see happening. I started off using the cheapest 🙂 just to save money.

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