Polycystic ovarian syndrome and infertility is a very complex disorder that is not easily or effectively treated with drugs such as birth control pills, metformin, anti-androgens, ovulation inducers such as Clomid, or other medications.
The problem is that most of these drugs have undesirable side effects or are not always as effective as you would like.
We suggest that you consider an array of natural therapies to complement your conventional treatment. After all, who wants to be on birth control pills for the rest of her life? A natural therapy is one that does not utilize artificial pharmaceuticals.
Some natural therapies to help you to deal with PCOS are listed below.
Acupuncture. Acupuncture improves ovulation and helps you lose weight.
Diet. Do you know what a good diet plan is for polycystic ovarian syndrome? An improved diet is absolutely essential for reducing your symptoms.
Exercise. After diet, the most important thing you can do is to increase your exercise.
Natural Medicine. You may not know what "natural medicine" is. It's a more holistic way to get professional help.
Nutritional Supplements. Medical research has shown that selected nutritional supplements help you to deal more effectively with polycystic ovarian syndrome.
Stress Management. Chronic, unresolved stress is devastating to you. It disturbs your hormonal balance and causes you to increase belly fat.
Hypnosis. PCOS is very much an issue of mind over matter. Your self-esteem and your belief system are powerful determinants of the results you will get. Hypnosis is one method for you to gain some control over your mind.
Behavior Modification. If you're going to put a stop to your problems, you will need to make some changes to how you're living your life. This article shows you how to do that.
Start Where You Are. The key to success is a steady progression toward your goals. Don't risk failure by trying to do too much all at once.
Balance Your Body Clocks. Molecular "body clocks" run everything in your body. Get all your clocks into sync and feel better!
PCOS Treatment Options. What are the common treatments -- and is there a better way?
Dec 04, 16 07:26 PM
Thank you for your newsletter! I have found it difficult to find useful, outside-the-box information on PCOS. I'm not a huge researcher because I find
Dec 04, 16 02:58 PM
Women with PCOS-related hirsutism, hair loss and acne may be treated with spironolactone (Aldactone), cyproterone acetate, flutamide (Eulexin), or finasteride (Propecia, Proscar).
Nov 27, 16 03:43 PM
I was diagnosed with PCOS at the age of 19. I am now 39 and finally have health coverage after 10 years. Doctors all throughout the past 20 years have