Proov founder and CEO, Amy Beckley, recently weighed in on cramps as they relate to fertility for Romper’s recent article.  Read her excerpt below and check out the full article here.

Cramps may also point toward hormone imbalances. “In women, especially those with PCOS, lots of ovary cramping and bloating mid cycle could mean that the body is producing too much estrogen,” says Amy Beckley, fertility expert and founder of Proov. Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), a hormonal disorder, is also associated with increased infertility rates due to lack of ovulation, as Beckley tells Romper. These types of cramps are definitely worth discussing with your doctor.

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