Welcome to Episode 5 of Season 3 of the The PCOS Revolution podcast
In this episode, we explore the new PCOS guidelines and how to incorporate them into a unique preconception plan. You’ll discover what tests you should be asking for and when to get them, along with some key indicators to look for when charting your temps.
About The Host
Farrar Duro is an expert in PCOS whose accomplishments include:
– Currently practicing reproductive acupuncture, Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy™ and herbal medicine at Florida Complete Wellness in Fort Lauderdale, Florida
– Becoming a board-certified acupuncture physician, graduating from the Florida College of Integrative Medicine and performing her post-graduate training at Shandong University of TCM in Shandong, China
– Becoming a Fellow of the American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine (ABORM) in 2008
– Specializing in the treatment of PCOS, infertility and hormonal imbalances with acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine for over 15 years
Learn more about how you can improve your results with PCOS with support from our clinic (for distance and local patients) by visiting emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or at www.floridacompletewellness.com.
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