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Can't get pregnant naturally with pcos can anyone help natural ways?

I been trying with my new partner who had children, I came off my depo injection Jan 2016
I struggle to diet as I have tablets for mental illness that puts on weight I have metformin to help lose weight but that gives me bad tummy and constant on the toilet witch don't help in day to day life and work so I don't always take them, my last period was in Sep or October time it's now almost Jan
I had 2 children young and no problems conceiving struggled a little with my 3ed with pcos but fell, just can't do it one last time!! Any help appreciated
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If you're looking for natural ways, research herbs and medicinals that you can take as daily supplements to help your body's health. For your mental health, I suggest finding time in your day to meditate or relax as much as possible. Stress can put a strain on getting pregnant. There's many fertility guided meditation videos on YouTube that are good.
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I just read a book called pregnancy miracle. The author is a woman who dealt with infertility and did a lot of research into why it happens. She explains how combining  Chinese medicine and traditional medicine can help you conceive. She is NOT a Dr. But it's basically her experience and research that helped her get pregnant. It's worth a read. www.pregnancymiracle.com
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