PCOS: Vigorous Exercise Has Measurable Health Benefits

PCOS: Vigorous Exercise Has Measurable Health Benefits

Women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) may improve their general health with vigorous exercise. Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) has a lifelong impact on women suffering from the condition. PCOS can cause issues with a woman’s menstrual cycles, which can make getting pregnant a challenge, change the way a woman looks, and may also lead to serious health […]

Pathways Fertility: A Great Day in the Office

Pathways Fertility: A Great Day in the Office

At Pathways Fertility, we feel honored to be part of our patients’ fertility journeys. Sharing in the excitement and happiness that comes with a successful test result, conception or birth is extremely rewarding. We had one of those great days this week with a range of good news with patients! First, one patient called to […]

“I Think I Have PCOS” – 7 Things to Talk to Your Doctor About

I Think I Have PCOS. What Do I Need to Talk to My Doctor About?

I think I have PCOS. What now? Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome has many symptoms and this diagnosis can be overwhelming. Here are some points you will want to be sure are covered in your care. Are your serum lipid levels normal? Is your HDL – LDL ratio healthy? Is your total cholesterol under 200 mg/dl?  Are […]

Does the Pregnancy Pill Work?

Does the pregnancy pill work?

What is the pregnancy pill? We are being asked, does the pregnancy pill work? Recently, ABC released a story about a pregnancy pill, called PregPrep. PregPrep was recently made available as an over-the-counter medication at a fairly affordable cost. PregPrep is a two-step process which uses a dietary supplement, FertilPrep, and multivitamin, VitaPrep, to prepare […]

Women with PCOS Have a Better Option than Metformin


Research shows that inositol, a less common alternative to metformin, just as effectively treats PCOS symptoms and can normalize ovulation. Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal disorder that affects approximately 1 in 10 women of reproductive age. Women with polycystic ovaries (PCO) have insulin resistance, an unfortunate condition that results in lowered ability to […]