OviVance™ contains a unique blend of vitamins and minerals that help to optimise reproductive and foetal health. These ingredients have also been proven by independent scientific studies to assist in combatting insulin resistance related to common reproductive disorders, such as PCOS, gestational diabetes and the Metabolic Syndrome.
Take 2 tablets per day with meals. You can break or chew the tablets if you need.
The ingredients contained in OviVance™ generally have low side-effect profiles even when used for extended periods. Side-effects are unlikely to be experienced at the dosages provided by OviVance™. For large doses of the individual ingredients, side-effects are mostly of a gastrointestinal nature, including abdominal discomfort or nausea. To reduce the chance of side effects, it is recommended that OviVance™ is taken with meals.
OviVance™ has a NAPPI code, which means that most medical aids will pay for it, as long as you have a medical aid savings option with available savings.
Yes, of course. All the ingredients in OviVance™ are safe for everyday use, and enhance health whether you are trying to fall pregnant or not. While they may act to enhance fertility, they will not interfere with the actions of oral contraceptives, induce excessive menstruation or have other ill effects if you have no goals of having a child.
While inositol is included in OviVance™ specifically to aid in insulin and hormonal balance in PCOS and MetS, it is an extremely safe molecule, and will have no ill-effects if you do not suffer from any of the above conditions. In fact, inositol has been shown to have some benefits when taken by healthy people. The remainder of the ingredients are all vitamins and minerals that, while beneficial to persons with metabolic conditions, are also essential to health in pregnancy and general well-being.
PCOS is a condition that results from an imbalance in reproductive hormones, which leads to irregular ovulation, disrupted metabolism and cosmetic issues. Symptoms sometimes start around puberty, especially if hormonal imbalance is the main cause, but can also develop later, often in response to weight gain and insulin resistance.
Importantly, PCOS is not a clear-cut disorder, each person can experience varying degrees of the symptoms below- some may have just one or two while others have many.
The main symptoms of PCOS include, and can be varying combinations of:
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