How do I take MyOva?

The recommended dosage is four tablets a day taken with water. Take two tablets in the morning and two in the evening.

What is the recommended dosage?

We don’t advise taking more than the recommended dose.

What is the shelf life of MyOva?

Please see the bottom of the bottle for the sell by date.

Are there any side effects from taking MyOva?

All the ingredients of MyOva occur naturally in the body and in certain foods, and should cause no side effects if taken at the recommended dose. Myo-inositol can cause nausea, tiredness, headache, and dizziness if taken in excessive dosages. And excessive amounts of chromium supplements can lead to stomach problems and low blood sugar, and damage to the liver, kidneys, and nerves. It may also cause irregular heart rhythm. But side effects from taking chromium supplements are rare. Folic acid is safe for most people when taken by mouth or injected into the body. Most adults do not experience any side effects when used in doses less than 1000mcg daily.

Are there any long term problems associated with taking MyOva?

No. To start seeing noticeable results, we recommend you take MyOva for at least three months. Most clinical data suggests that after six months the majority of women will see an improvement. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.

Can I Take MyOva if I'm on medication?

You should always consult a doctor before combining MyOva with any medications or other supplements. We do not recommend taking chromium in conjunction with any other medication that effects your blood sugar levels.

Can MyOva be taken during my pregnancy?

Always consult your doctor before taking any food supplement during pregnancy.

How can I pay?

We accept all major credit and debit cards and PayPal.

Shipping times

We ship via courier from the U.S.. Standard shipping to U.S. and Canadian addresses normally takes between 4 to 7 working days*. *Please note these are estimated shipping times and are not guaranteed. The average time in transit can vary depending on the shipping zone, carrier service and other external factors outside of our control.