I have PCOS too - my blood pressure and glucose levels constantly spiked, I had a pot tummy, and my periods only came a few times.
But Glucorein... Oh my goodness, it has changed my life. My menses are now regular, my hirsutism is mild, my hair loss is GONE, and my acne has disappeared. Plus, my blood levels dropped an alarming twenty points and I lost fifty pounds! Naturally!
This has done way more than Metformin, Spiro, Yaz, or any other birth pill has ever done. Please. I'm begging you, try it. It's natural. And you can put it in your food and drinks.
I started seeing results in about one or two months. Since then, I really can't even consider myself a cyster. I sure am not a diabetic anymore.
Please, try this. My only issue is that it can only be found online and it's a bit pricey - $67.50 for thirty packs. But I'm willing to stab my wallet if I can keep my health in check.
I now have five kids. Three boys, one girl, and pregnant with another girl! They're beautiful, and I'm sure you can have four as well - even more! I'm currently pregnant with my fifth child.. And she seems healthy. I take a minimum of this during pregnancy, since I don't want to harm my child. About three packs each week.
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