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    Default What's the verdict on exercise?

    I have PCOS but am around 170cm/60kg. My ovulation happens at day 18 on a good cycle and somewhere between day 35-45 on a bad cycle.
    I started exercising as I did read this might assist me ovulating. Not heavy exercise but probably 3x40min on the treadmill and 2x running for 30min with my Goldie and two hours of yoga per week.
    I am on clomid 50mg first time and CD13 today with no sign of ovulation.i am concerned that exercise or the B12 I started taking is delaying ovulation? What do you think? What is your experience?

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    I had/have PCOS and I was a little heavy, lost some weight on my own, no medication was needed, I never took anything for PCOS except the pill for 2 months when I was a teenager and I became pregnant naturally. (This was 15yrs ago) I'm now 30 and have toddlers.

    Good luck.


 

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