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Melatonin may improve ovarian and thyroid function and thus remove an aspect of PCOS.
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Did you exercise today? If not, you're limiting your ability to reduce PCOS suffering and frustration. Find out what you can do.
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Here's the wisdom of two women who have PCOS and have been successful in dealing with it. Steady progression is the key to success.
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PCOS and your genes are affected by your "epigenome". Reduce symptoms by improving your epigenome with diet and more.
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Among women with PCOS, mood disorders and depression are 3 times more likely than in other women. Find out what to do about it.
Sleep apnea can escape your notice. But up to one-half of women with PCOS may have sleep apnea or related sleep disorders, which imbalance your hormones.
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Estrogen dominance contributes to a long list of PCOS symptoms. Discover what those symptoms are and how flax might be a good idea.
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PCOS and insulin resistance are often interrelated. Learn treatment options for improving insulin sensitivity with exercise, diet and supplements.
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Lower levels of selenium are associated with PCOS and imbalances in luteinizing hormone and testosterone, worsening symptoms of polycystic ovary syndrome.
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Gymnema is one of several herbal supplement that could help relieve symptoms of PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome), diabetes or blood sugar problems.
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Ovarian cysts: what they are, symptoms, types of cysts, how treated, diagnosed and prevented. How an ovarian cyst relates to PCOS and how diet influences cysts.
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PCOS and infertility are typically treated with steroid hormones, anti-androgens, anti-obesity, and insulin altering drugs. Fertility agents and surgery are also used.
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Research shows environmental pollution makes you fatter, and contributes to other PCOS symptoms. A detox program may help.
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PCOS is partly an emotional and mental problem. If you can shift your mindset, you may be able to normalize your cycle.
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Suffering from PCOS or infertility? Other women share their experiences - what worked and what didn't.
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Do dioxins create progesterone resistance, endometriosis and PCOS? How to get them out of your diet.
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PCOS symptoms such as infertility, insulin resistance, obesity, hair problems, and lack of energy are helped by a multivitamin nutritional supplement.
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PCOS is caused partly by insulin resistance. Glucose and insulin testing may identify insulin or blood sugar problems that can be treated with metformin or natural methods.
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Our clinical experience shows that you'll get healthier if you buy the highest quality dietary supplements. There are no standards for quality, so buy wisely. Use these quality guidelines.
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Pregnancy and health is precious - but is jeopardized by a toxic chemical commonly found in prenatal and other vitamins.
Continue reading "Could Rocket Fuel Be in Your Prenatal Vitamins?"
Your blood type may tell you what foods you should avoid if you have PCOS, inflammation or immune or other health problems.
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PCOS, marijuana and fatty foods don't mix. Over-stimulation of the endocannabinoid signaling system in your body can increase insulin resistance and worsen your symptoms.
Continue reading "What Do PCOS, Marijuana and Fatty Foods Have in Common?"
You need a natural PCOS diet plan to offset your genetic tendencies to gain weight, be infertile, and have acne, hair loss and hirsutism.
Continue reading "PCOS Diet Plan Essential for Managing Polycystic Ovary Syndrome and Weight"
For women with PCOS, the distinction between natural and synthetic hormones is important.
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To control PCOS, you need to understand hormones and how they work.
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Corticosteroids are sometimes used in PCOS to reduce male hormone production and thus reduce symptoms and improve fertility. However, they have side effects.
Continue reading "PCOS and Corticosteroids. Is There a Role?"
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If you can progress through the stages of change, medical research shows that you'll have a better chance of losing weight if you have PCOS.
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Have you heard of "naltrexone"? It is a drug used mostly to treat drug and alcohol addiction. But in low doses, some clinicians have been using naltrexone as an "off label" treatment for AIDS, cancer, autoimmune diseases and central nervous system disorders.
A medical study has shown that naltrexone may be beneficial in reducing problems associated with PCOS. In this study, women with polycystic ovary syndrome were given naltrexone for six months.
It helped to improve ovulation and pregnancy rates. It also appeared to help with weight loss, as well as reductions in insulin and testosterone levels. The women reported less (unwanted hair growth) and acne.
Continue reading "Naltrexone a Possible Treatment Option for PCOS?"
PCOS Research shows you may feel better about yourself with a ketogenic type of diet.
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The children of mothers with PCOS have a higher rate of autism and ADHD than other children.
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Diet is super-important for controlling symptoms of PCOS. But we don't eat enough vegetables. Discover the amount of vegetables you need.
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A woman with PCOS reports great success with juicing to reduce her symptoms, including more regular menstrual cycles and reduction of hair loss.
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Research says PCOS is complicated by chronic stress. Here are techniques to reduce stress and risk of poor pregnancy outcome.
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PCOS is made worse by chronic stress. It increases belly fat and risk of bad pregnancy outcome, and makes you overeat.
Continue reading "PCOS Women More Sensitive to Stress, Increases Symptoms and Miscarriage Risk."
PCOS women and their success stories. If you suffer from polycystic ovarian syndrome, these stories will inspire you to not lose hope.
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If you have PCOS, excessively high levels of androgens (male hormones) might contribute to problems with urination.
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Carnitine may help reduce hair loss, lose weight, burn fat, improve liver health and relieve other PCOS symptoms.
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Fibroids are associated with PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome). Better diet can help.
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How one women with PCOS all her life used simple lifestyle changes to regain her normal cycle after failing with drugs and doctors.
Weight loss in women with PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome) is made more difficult because of chronic inflammation and improper diet.
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Discover PCOS books, ebooks, newsletters, support groups, research resources and more to help you with weight, infertility, hair loss, hirsutism and risk of diabetes.
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I was diagnosed with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome at age 16. My case was as bad as it gets: I wasn't able to menstruate at all...ever. I am now ovulating
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Find out how to control PCOS by reducing the effect of male hormones like testosterone.
Continue reading "Relieve PCOS by Controlling Male Hormones with Plant Extracts and Better Diet"
Have PCOS? Acupuncture can help to induce ovulation, make IVF more effective, help you lose weight, and relieve depression.
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You a couch potato? If so, you're making PCOS symptoms worse. Muscle movement is an excellent way to control polycystic ovary syndrome.
Continue reading "Are Your Muscles Responsible for PCOS Symptoms?"
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