Today, several women suffer from Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). Almost 5% to 10% of women in the age group of 15 to 44 years, or those of childbearing age, happen to suffer from PCOS. Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is a hormonal condition due to which the females of reproductive age may suffer from prolonged or infrequent menstrual periods, the swelling of ovaries, and hormonal imbalance.
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS), in many women, is the underlying driver of stoutness, outer skin breakouts, and even hair loss, which can prompt low confidence issues. At the same time, it is a hereditary, hormonal, metabolic, and conceptive turmoil. It can cause menstrual cycle issues, thereby resulting in excessive pain in the abdomen, heavy bleeding, and infrequent periods and, thus, increase the discomfort. If it is not addressed or treated, it can lead to no ovulation, unpredictable periods, skin inflammation, and hirsutism. In PCOS, the body releases a higher quantity of androgens, which is normally released in small quantities as it is a male sex hormone. The estrogen level falls, and this hormonal imbalance leads to the stoppage in ovulation, the growth of facial and body hair, and the problem of acne on the face.
Causes and Complications of PCOS
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PCOS can result due to genetic and environmental factors. PCOS is also linked to many other diseases. Women, who have diabetes, high blood pressure, cholesterol problem, depression, anxiety, respiratory problems while sleeping, and endometrial cancer, are at a high risk of having PCOS. Medicine researchers are not sure about women having these problems have 100% chances of having PCOS or PCOS is responsible for these cases. However, medical studies have found that PCOS and these diseases are interlinked. Many reports and case studies show that these diseases also affect most of the women suffering from PCOS. Besides these, during pregnancy, women suffering from PCOS are at a higher risk of miscarriages and cesarean section. Also, the newborn baby’s health is at risk. There are chances of the development of macrosomia and NICU in the baby.
Possibility of PCOS treatment
The conventional mode of PCOD treatment cannot yield the best results as the symptoms may not be easily visible and found. Your doctor would probably begin with noting your clinical history, including your periods and weight changes, to diagnose and treat the condition.
An actual test will incorporate checking for indications of overabundance hair development, insulin opposition or resistance, and skin inflammation.
Homeopathic Treatment for PCOS
Medicine researchers are on the path of finding medicines and treatment for PCOD. Our medical technology is vast, and, day by day, it is researching various methods to treat the ailment. However, an International Conference of Traditional and Alternative Medicine stated a report which includes specimens of patients, and many patients were successfully treated with the help of Homeopathy treatment.
Homeopathy is also a well-known practice worldwide, and homeopathy treatment for PCOS is possible at many levels with safe and natural medicines. Homeopathy is the chief and reliable option for treating PCOS. Its focal point is the root of the disease and is accurate in addressing all the signs of PCOS. Homeopathy helps correct hormonal imbalance, the continuation of ovulation, and normalizes the menstruation cycle. It is an individual therapy that treats all the PCOS symptoms and maintains natural conception.
Homeopathic treatment for PCOS provides a positive result, and it prevents complications, such as diabetes, cancer, miscarriage, abnormal uterine bleeding, and so on. It controls the unwanted growth of hairs, reduces weight, improves insulin resistance, and increases fertility.
Last, but not least, even though PCOS still has no proper cure, homeopathic treatment and taking doctors’ advice helps minimize the symptoms and controls the disease at the initial level. It is important to note that Homeopathy is not readymade; it is tailormade; nothing is fixed in Homeopathy. Treatment continuously changes according to the condition of the patient, and it improves the overall health and well-being of the patient.
So, if you happen to suffer from PCOS any time, count on homeopathy without a second thought and enjoy good health.