POLYCYSTIC OVARIAN SYNDROME

May 5, 2021

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POLYCYSTIC OVARIAN SYNDROME

 PCOS is manifested by the Absence of menses, Abnormal Facial Hair and
increase in weight associated with Enlarged Polycystic Ovaries

CAUSES:

There are multiple causes, but very common ones are:
1. Dietary Factors – Taking large quantities of the following foods may lead to
PCOS- Dairy products, White Sugar, White flour, White rice (when taken in
excess), gluten grains, alcohol, refined or hydrogenated oils, caffeine & high
carb foods. Most of the packaged foods contain a lot of sugar and
preservatives can also be a cause.
2. Prolonged Stress & Depression
3. Sedentary lifestyle

SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS:

These are very commonly seen in females:
1. Obesity (Belly fat – 50%)
2. Irregular Menses (70%)
3. Abnormal growth of Hair on Women’s Face & Body.
4. Acne
5. Skin discoloration in the nape of the neck, inner thighs, underarm.
6. Increased Hair fall & Thinning of hair.

COMPLICATIONS:

PCOS can lead to:
 Infertility
 Diabetes Mellitus (15%)
 Endometrial Cancer

LAB INVESTIGATION

 Ultrasonography is the main test and few blood tests may also be an aid.

GENERAL MANAGEMENT OF PCOS

Both Diet & Exercise plays an important role in the management of PCOS. Take a
5 weeks challenge, and follow the following instructions.
Diet
 Eat Organic Foods. Limit Sugar; Include Healthy fats & proteins in your
diet.

 Eat Any Seasonal Fruits. Eat whole. Avoid juices.
Exercise
 Do exercises for at least 30-45 minutes a day then increase it to 1 hour a
day.
 Best Yoga Poses For PCOS – Butterfly Pose (For 25 minutes), Kapaalbhaati
(Rapid Exhalation for 5 minutes)
Self-care
 Meditation
 Avoid plastic containers for food. Invest in Glass containers & Stainless
steel containers.

HOMOEOPATHIC MANAGEMENT

 Homeopathic treatment helps to balance Hyperactivity of the glands,
regulate hormonal balance, dissolve the cysts in the ovaries, and enhances
the normal functioning of ovaries thereby AVOIDS THE NEED FOR
HORMONE THERAPIES AND SURGERY. Thus, helps in preventing the
complications too.
 PCOS can be managed effectively, safely, and gently with homeopathic
remedies. And it is cost-effective.

For consultation and further queries feel free to write into:
contact@beingwellhomoeopathy.com

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