This is only for women who want to overcome PCOS and boost their fertility to conceive naturally


Overcome PCOS and its associated challenges and boost your fertility to promote natural conception


Case Study

Scan reveals pregnancy with twins

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This happened after several years of battling with PCOS before coming across the same PCOS remedy you are about to access.

A result like this can be yours too if you embrace what we are about to share with you today.

What is PCOS?

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is an hormonal disorder causing enlarged ovaries with small cysts on the outer edges.

PCOS is a condition in which the ovaries produce an abnormal amount of androgens, male sex hormones that are usually present in women in small amounts.

The name polycystic ovarian syndrome describes the numerous small cysts (fluid-filled sacs) that form in the ovaries. 

Ovulation occurs when a mature egg is released from an ovary. This happens so it can be fertilized by a male sperm. If the egg is not fertilized, it is sent out of the body during your period.

In some cases, a woman doesn’t make enough of the hormones needed to ovulate. When ovulation doesn’t happen, the ovaries can develop many small cysts. These cysts make hormones called androgens. Women with PCOS often have high levels of androgens.

This can cause more problems with a woman’s menstrual cycle. And it can cause many of the symptoms of PCOS.



PCOS is one of the most complex female health issues of our time.

It is the most common endocrine disorder in women of reproductive age.

PCOS is accompanied by a variety of different health issues, many of which directly impact female fertility.

Classic PCOS presents with obesity, polycystic ovaries (multiple ovarian cysts that look like a strand of pearls), elevated levels of androgens and absent or irregular menstrual cycles.

The follicles are underdeveloped sacs in which eggs develop. In PCOS, these sacs are often unable to release an egg, which means ovulation does not take place.

Not all women who will go on to be diagnosed with PCOS will have all these issues though. 

What Causes PCOS?

what causes PCOS

Doctors are unsure of what causes PCOS, but information suggests there are several links including genes, possible abnormal foetal development, insulin resistance and inflammatory response contributing to the cause.

We know that insulin resistance plays a key role in PCOS, but what leads to the development of this has not been pinned down.

PCOS is also negatively affected by diet, lifestyle and exposure to certain environmental toxins.

PCOS directly impacts fertility and has serious health implications as well, especially if left untreated.

Signs and Symptoms of PCOS

Signs and Symptoms of PCOS
  • Irregular menstrual cycles
  • Absent period
  • Anovulatory cycles (no egg released)
  • Abnormal mid-cycle bleeding
  • Excessive or heavy menstrual bleeding
  • Alopecia (balding)
  • Hirsutism (excessive body hair)
  • Acne
  • Acanthosis nigricans – a darkening of the skin in the armpits, back of the neck, or groin
  • Polycystic ovaries
  • History of ovarian cysts
  • Mood disorders
  • Obesity
  • Recurrent Miscarriage

Health and Fertility Risks Associated with PCOS

  • Infertility
  • Menstrual cycle irregularities
  • Possible increased risk for endometrial and breast cancer due to unopposed estrogen
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Diabetes
  • Gestational diabetes

How PCOS Affects the Menstrual Cycle

What happens in a normal menstrual cycle?

In very simple terms, the hypothalamus produces GnRH (gonadotrophin-releasing hormone) which signals to the pituitary to produce LH (luteinizing hormone) and FSH (follicle stimulating hormone).

The release of GnRH is pulsatile in women with regular menstrual cycles. The normal pulsatile release of GnRH signals some of the follicles in the ovary to begin maturing and for the ovaries to release oestrogen and progesterone. This oestrogen/progesterone signal is recognized by the pituitary gland.

As the follicles begin maturing, they release and increase the hormone oestrogen over time. The rising oestrogen level signals the pituitary gland to curb the release of FSH.

This communication allows for ovulation to occur.

In women with PCOS the menstrual cycle follows a different pattern of endocrine function and communication as explained below.


How PCOS Affects the Menstrual Cycle


What the menstrual cycle is typically like in a woman with PCOS…

In women with PCOS, the menstrual cycle starts off irregular, with the hypothalamus releasing GnRH in a higher than normal pulsatile frequency.

This allows for increased LH and decreased FSH, which in turn leads to excessive production of the androgens androstenedione and testosterone.

This causes the follicle to only mature some, but not enough to achieve full maturity in order to be released for ovulation. This also allows for continued increase of 0estrogen, primarily oestrone.

During a woman’s reproductive years, oestrone levels are relatively low.

Typically, we associate oestrone with menopause, not the fertile years of a woman’s life.

The higher levels of androgens and oestrogen create a chronic state of low to very low progesterone and anovulatory cycles.

Classic polycystic ovaries are a result of chronic anovulation. Endocrine function is imbalanced from the very beginning of the menstrual cycle causing mild to severe hormonal imbalance, depending on the individual.

Excessive levels of oestrogen may also cause uterine hypertrophy, also known as endometrial hyperplasia.

Unopposed oestrogen may cause excessive cell proliferation of the endometrium. The endometrium is the innermost layer of the uterus that is shed during menstruation.

Endometrial hyperplasia may cause heavy menstrual bleeding or prolonged bleeding during menstruation. The uterus may become bulky and larger than normal.

Endometrial hyperplasia can lead to uterine cancer.

You obviously don’t want it to get that bad before finding a lasting solution to PCOS as there is a natural remedy that can help you reverse it successfully…

Which is 100% safe, potent and organic!


PCOS remedy kit

PCOS Remedy Kit

From the stable of Plan B Wellness Nigeria Limited

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A fully registered natural health and wellness company in Nigeria licensed to consult, formulate, produce, import, export, market and sell natural health products. 


We are licensed by the Lagos State Government Traditional Medicine Board as Certified Traditional Medicine Practitioners.



We serve the populace with highly potent and effective 100% natural health solutions, products and services WORLDWIDE!

How Does the Treatment Work?

The overall goal of the PCOS Remedy Kit is to;

  • balance blood sugar levels
  • maintain hormonal balance
  • promote healthy digestion for improved oestrogen metabolism
  • promote regular ovulation and menses

The Important Stages of the Treatment

Fertility Cleansing

This Kit contains herbal products that help to cleanse and detoxify the liver as well as the entire reproductive system of a woman in order get rid of toxins, harmful excess hormones and so on. 

Hormone Balancing

As you have read above, having a regular menstrual period and ovulation is function of the female reproductive hormones. This Kit contains herbal products that are specifically meant to balance the female reproductive hormones for proper functioning and regulation. 

Menstrual/Ovulation Regulation

Once proper cleansing has been done and hormone balancing, the next stage is to regulate the menstrual flow as well as ovulation. This is the most important stage where the result of the first 2 stages are felt by the user. 

Fertility Boost

The Kit contains herbal products that work to prepare the different parts of the female reproductive system to get set for pregnancy. This includes making sure the Fallopian tubes are free and ready for fertilization and the uterus ready for implantation as well as every other part needed for a successful conception and to carry the pregnancy to term.  

How Much Does the PCOS Remedy Kit Cost?

PCOS remedy kit


Full treatment

Treatment Duration: 3 months

The treatment package can also be bought monthly for 3 months at N80,000 per month

How to Order for the Kit

  1. Review of Medical report: Kindly send us copies of your most recent medical reports that confirm PCOS via email to or via whatsapp to our support number (+2348099666658) for review. 
  2. Order Placement: After review, you will be advised on the appropriately about the treatment. Then, you can place your order using the most suitable for you, out of the ordering options given below.
  3. Treatment Questionnaire: After placing your order, expect to answer our Treatment Questionnaire which helps us to know you and your health condition better. This is done in order to make sure you get the best result fast through our PCOS Remedy Kit.

Pre-treatment questionnaireThe questionnaire is sent via email or whatsapp to you after placing your order.

1. Payment/Cash on Delivery Option

This option is available nationwide (within Nigeria only).

This means we will ship the package to you anywhere you are within Nigeria and you will pay for it only when you receive it. 


Delivery Fee: N2,500

Kindly note that there is delivery (commitment) fee of N2,500 to be paid ahead of the delivery.


Why paying delivery (commitment) fee of N2,500 ahead?

Over time, we have realised a lot of people take undue advantage of the pay on delivery services when they know they are not really ready to buy the package (in most cases financially).

We only offer natural remedies, we do not run a courier firm. It costs us money to send pay on delivery packages which get undelivered most times due to non-availability of the receiver. It even then costs more to get the package retuned to us by the courier agent. That’s double losses!

Therefore, we are introducing this delivery (commitment) fee of N2,500 to know those who are really ready to get the package only. Once the package is delivered, the exact amount of the package ordered for will be paid.

Use the company’s account details below to pay the N2,500 delivery/commitment fee;


Bank Name – Jaiz Bank

Account Name – Plan B Wellness Nigeria Limited

Account Number –0005825453


Payment Confirmation 

After payment, kindly send your payment notification to us via whatsapp or SMS on 08099666658 or 08099666650 (SMS only) for confirmation.

After the confirmation, you can then go ahead and fill the order form to place your order for us to know where to send your package to.


To place your order, kindly fill the form below. 

Once your order is received as well as the delivery/commitment fee, the treatment QUESTIONNAIRE will be sent to you (via whatsapp or email) and your package delivery process will begin immediately.



Do not fill this form if you are not in Nigeria and if you have not paid the delivery/commitment fee.

If you do, your order will simply be ignored. 

2. Prepaid Orders

All prepaid orders enjoy FREE Nationwide delivery (within Nigeria only).

To make an order using the prepaid order option, kindly go ahead and make payment (cash deposit or transfer) accordingly into the company’s account details below;


Bank Name – Jaiz Bank

Account Name – Plan B Wellness Nigeria Limited

Account Number –0005825453

After successful payment, kindly complete your order by filling the form below so that you package can be processed and delivered ASAP;


3. International Orders

This is for those who are outside Nigeria and are interested in purchasing the Female Infertility Remedy Kit.

Kindly note that international deliveries attract delivery charges which depend on the destination. Kindly contact us via email or whatsapp for the delivery cost advice based on your location.


To pay with your card

After proper consultation with us via email or whatsapp, you can go ahead and make an instant online payment safely and securely with your card by clicking on the red button below (powered by Paystack).



This online payment gateway is 100% protected, safe and CBN (Central Bank of Nigeria) approved.

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To pay by direct deposit is US Dollars

Kindly use the bank account details below to pay for the package anywhere you are in the world;




Beneficiary Bank: JAIZ BANK PLC


Account Number with Correspondent Bank: 3582-027040-001

Final Beneficiary Name: Plan B Wellness Nigeria Limited

Final Beneficiary Account Number: 0007546648


Delivery: Kindly note that international deliveries take 3-7 working days and it’s not free. Amount to be paid depends on your location. You shall be appropriately advised on the exact delivery cost to your particular location once you contact our support desk via whatsapp on +2348099666658 or +2348099666648.

After successful payment, kindly complete your order by filling the form below so that you package can be processed and delivered ASAP;


How Do I Receive My Order?

Packages are delivered directly to your home or office by our partner couriers firms such as DHL, Fedex, ACE, GIG, IFEX, UPS and so on.

You can also prescribe the courier/shipping/transport company that’s most suitable for you based on your location. 

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

How safe is this therapy?

Lots of women have taken and still take this therapy with no single case of reported side effect so far.

I can't afford the treatment at once, what can I ado?

You can buy and have it delivered to you on a monthly using the monthly price stated above.

Have a Question for Us?

Telephone: +2348099666650 (9am-5pm)

WhatsApp: +2348099666650 (9am-8pm daily)

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