Vitamin interaction with PCOS

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Hello all!!

I was hoping to find someone in here who knows about vitamin interactions?

I am currently taking Inositol, N-Acetyl-Cysteine, and Omega-3 and I also want to introduce Magnesium, zinc and Selenium. Is there any reason I should not take these all together with a meal?

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you so much, Jordan x↓

 

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    Why do you want to take all those vitamins and minerals, do you feel you are deficient or that your diet is none too good? Has your doctor recommended them? Otherwise you may just be helping the suppliers bank balance.
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      Hello! No I have a really good low GI diet and I've done extensive research into vitamins and supplements that helps with follicular cysts and this is the regime that has been most successful from what I can find so thought I would add a few extras in to hopefully boost the healing of my ovaries smile

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    Morning! to be honest my doctor is completely useless and pretty much told me that if I don't want to be on the pill then to follow what im doing as it cannot cause any harm. she agrees that being on BC isn't the best choice as stopping my body from ovulating wont help in anyway its just to help manage the symptoms. so as you can imagine I feel rather lost with it all so have had to look into alternative ways to stop follicular cysts from forming

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