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PCOS Awareness Conference 2024

(PAC 24 )

PCOS Awareness Conference aka PAC is our flagship free educational public event setup to raise awareness as PCOS is often overlooked by the public and medical professionals both locally and abroad.

This platform creates an avenue for people to learn accurate information, get support and empower themselves as advocates for the cause. The conference will bring together medical professionals, weight loss\lifestyle coaches, individuals with PCOS and their supporters to share insights, information, the latest updates about the condition and experiences.


Trimcyster is a lifestyle improvement initiative that aims to help women diagnosed with PCOS on the necessary changes needed for their lifestyle; in order to improve their overall health and help reverse symptoms of PCOS through exercise, nutrition, stress management etc.

Activities include Steps Count Challenge; Tone it Up, Anti-inflammatory Detox and more.

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Fertile Bank

The Fertile Bank is an initiative in response to the outlandish financial burden on women struggling with infertility. 

The aim is to encourage women to put money aside periodically into an electronic savings purse solely to fund fertility treatments and connect them with grants sponsors. 

There is an increasing number of women in Nigeria suffering from different forms of infertility with little to no source of funding for treatments. Such women are usually victimized and made to feel responsible for their inability to procreate. 

By encouraging women to put aside money month to month via electronic means, fertile bank working to alleviate the burden on these women.


Monthly prayer meeting for thanksgivings and victory over infertility and birth complications


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Fertile Bank Fertility Grant

To mark this year's PCOS awareness month, we are supporting a couple with a fertility treatment grant to make their desire of conceiving a reality.

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Meet the Founder

Behind the Scenes

PCOS Conquerors is a support community founded by Seyi Amao in order to advance the cause of women with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) which she was officially diagnosed in 2017 but symptoms of the condition started as early as 2006.

Like most women with the condition, Seyi was misdiagnosed several times and suffered from Menorrhagia (heavy bleeding) without any definite solution to the problem. Although PCOS was diagnosed in 2017, the cause of the menorrhagia was not identified until August 2018.

Since then she has had two procedures done (8months apart) to remove the growths (polyps) that were enabled by the PCOS condition. After years of struggling with the frustrating and embarrassing symptoms; Seyi decided to make big changes to her lifestyle in order to naturally heal her body and support other women along the way.

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I am 1 in 10

You are Not Alone

Welcome to PCOS Conquerors, a social support platform and enterprise that provides the necessary resources for young girls and women diagnosed with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome aka PCOS.

PCOS is a hormonal disorder that affects 1 in 10 women/girls of reproductive age with no known cure.  
It is the primary cause of infertility as well as a trigger for other illnesses such as type 2 diabetes and various heart problems.  

By providing support through our online community of women, financial support, awareness seminars and lifestyle modification coaching, we are able to empower fellow conquerors to take charge of their health.

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