In a patient seminar, earlier this month, Dr. Bill Meyer and local nutritionist Pamela Schoenfeld explained that women with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) have low cellular levels of inositol. Inositol levels cannot be measured by a blood test. Dr. Meyer notes that Ovasitol, produced by Theralogix, should be considered as a supplement by women with PCOS at less than $80 for a three-month supply. Patients can call 800-449-4447 to order. Mention 127607 and get a 20% discount. Ovasitol has the ratio of myo- to D- chiroinositol that will most benefit the patient. It can be continued safely during pregnancy.
PCOS Patients: Try Ovasitol
by Carolina Conceptions | Aug. 4, 2017