Fertility Inositol FAQs

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Here are the answers that we have assembled from the research that we have read. It is important that you know our sources. We use peer reviewed journal articles available at Google ScholarNCBI PubMedThe Cochrane LibraryConsumer Health Complete & Examine.com.

Medical Disclaimer:Please note we are not doctors and are not qualified to give medical advice. The information on this site is general in nature and does not take into account your specific health circumstances. Nothing on this site should be a substitute for professional health or medical advice.

Yes in some cases but not all. Fertility is a very complex matter and you need to consult a specialist health care professional.
Inositol may improve fertility by regulating insulin sensitivity, which can help to regulate menstrual cycles and improve egg quality in women with PCOS.

We recommend a dose of 4g per day taken as 2g in the morning with breakfast and 2g taken in the evening with dinner.

Inositol can generally be taken with other fertility supplements, but it is always best to speak with a healthcare provider before starting or stopping any new supplement regimen.
Yes it is considered generally safe but it is always best to speak with your specialist healthcare provider before taking any supplement during pregnancy.
Inositol has been studied for its potential to improve sperm quality and motility in men, but more research is needed to confirm these findings.
Inositol may be used as a natural alternative to fertility drugs in some cases, but it is important to speak with a specialist healthcare provider before using any supplement to improve fertility.
Inositol is generally well-tolerated, but some people may experience side effects such as nausea, headache, and dizziness. If you experience any adverse effects while taking inositol, stop taking the supplement and speak with a healthcare provider. For mild side effects we recommend the ramping protocol of 1g/day in week 1, 2g/day in week 2, 3g/day in week 3 and then the full 4g/day in week 4.

Too much D Chiro inositol can have detrimental effects in fertility applications. Myo-Inositol is converted to D Chiro by the body as it requires. Any risk to an unborn child is not worth taking in our opinion.

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