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supergirl1022 posted:
Hello, i was told since i have PCOS that its not a good idea for me to use the ovulation kits becuz i dont have regular cycles and it makes it harder to detect. I got off of birth control almost 3 months ago and it was way too early for me to start ovulating becuz i needed time to adjust to not having the hormones in the pill but what i dont understand is why would the ovulation test kit say yes after a week of testing and it being no??? could those tests actually give a false positive??? PLEASE ANY ADVICE WOULD POSSIBLY HELP ME!!!! THANKS
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maragayle responded:
OPKs don't work for women with PCOS. If you read the directions, it states that people with hormonal imbalances, such as those with PCOS, may get false positives. I don't even bother purchasing them anymore. I make my doctor monitor me through blood work to confirm ovulation.
 
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kaylab0209 responded:
if you want help with ovulating try Vitex its all natural, I heard about it thru some women with PCOS, I figured it couldnt hurt to try i was not ovulating with the hormone pills they were giving me I took it for three weeks and started getting my pd regularly, i asked my Doc and she said its possible thats what did it! give it a try, i noticed no side effects


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