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105: Getting To the Root Cause of PCOS and Defeating Infertility with Dr. Angela Potter
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105: Getting To the Root Cause of PCOS and Defeating Infertility with Dr. Angela Potter

Do you struggle with PCOS or infertility? 

PCOS is one of the most common causes of infertility and many women aren’t getting the help that they need. PCOS presents many different ways, making the diagnosis very tricky. 

In this episode of The Dr. Kinney Show, I sat down with Dr. Angela Potter to talk about PCOS as it relates to infertility so that if you struggle with PCOS, you can heal your body and conceive when you’re ready.

Dr. Potter is a speaker and has shared the stage with various CEOs and global thought leaders from corporations like Google, Microsoft, and Headspace. She has been interviewed for articles on Healthline.com. Dr. Potter is a nutritionist as well as a doctor. She lives in Portland, Oregon with her husband and two kids. 

When it comes to PCOS, there are different types you can have and they require different treatment plans. This is why it’s so important that you have someone on your team who is looking at the whole picture and getting to the root of the issue. 

 

In Today’s Episode We Discuss: 

 

  • What PCOS is 
  • Symptoms of this condition
  • Testing options for PCOS
  • The different types of PCOS
  • The link between your thyroid and ovaries
  • How Dr. Potter treats PCOS
  • How glucose resistance impacts this diagnosis
  • Why losing weight isn’t always the solution

 

It’s so important to figure out what state your body is in that caused this diagnosis and then work with someone who will help get your body back into balance so that you can truly heal from PCOS. It can be done if you have the right team. 

If you enjoyed this conversation with Dr. Potter, make sure to book a free breakthrough session with her to get started on your healing journey. She offers virtual services so you can work with her from anywhere! 

 

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