Ayurveda helped me overcome PCOS

by Rekha
(India)

I am 32 years old. Since puberty, I had various physical issues due to PCOS, such as overweight and mood fluctuations. I was prescribed metformin, birth control pills etc.

But they all worked as long as I was under medication. Once the medication stopped the symptoms started to show up.

I started losing faith in medication and began following diet and exercise. To some extent, a few of my symptoms became better.

But my periods were irregular. Two years ago I took Ayurvedic medicine from Ayurveda Prathishtana, Jayanagar, Bangalore, India for three months, which absolutely had no side effect. I began feeling comfortable, and my performance showed better results. I began discovering myself. My periods became regular. I feel every woman has to come out of PCOS to discover themselves.

Ayurveda is a medicine which cures the root of the problem; it does not act on symptoms. I wish all the women in the world could get these medicines to come out of their problem. Women face lots of emotional issues if they don't get their periods on regular basis, but once their body system works fine, all women are wonderful human beings.

Regards
Rekha Chouhan
India

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