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polycystic ovaries
polycystic ovaries

For many people, the essence of being a woman is being able to keep the child and maternity consumed. It is something that only women are capable of doing. And when they are deprived of this quality, it's as if they are not complete as a person. Infertility not only caused by malfunctionin bodies but also by hormonal problems. Which one is the polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). It is also known as hyperandrogenism Functional ovarian syndrome, Stein-Leventhal hyperthecosis ovarian syndrome and polycystic ovaries.

What as polycystic ovary syndrome? One in 10 women suffer from this disease. This affects the menstrual flow, fertility, hormones, heart, blood vessels blood and the appearance of women. Usually women who suffer from this experience, high levels of androgens, the monthly flows irregular and their ovaries have many cysts filled with fluid. From that moment, the exact cause of the disease is still unknown save for the fact that it can be considered as a hereditary disease, because of the strong likelihood that women who have relatives who have suffered from this disease could also have it. The complexity disease also never allowed experts to make definite symptoms for people with this disease. The experts also noted the connection of insulin in triggering the disease, because many women with PCOS have a lot of unused insulin in their body. Insulin is known to stimulate androgen production. This comes into effect in the normal functioning of the female anatomy, such as ovulation, hair growth, weight gain and acne. Women with this illness experience irregular menstrual flow because the bags that the release of mature ova per month during ovulation fails to cause the failure of the agency to provide all the hormones necessary for ovulation. These bags containing eggs remain like that and become cysts which produce androgens (also prevents ovulation). The elusiveness of the disease does not stop there. Experts have still not accurate examination can immediately determine if women have the disease or not. Currently, physicians do a lot of tests to exclude every other symptoms and the disease in May with the same signs. Similarly, there still no cure for this disease. Doctors are just trying to manage so as to cushion the effects of the disease for women. Usually, management involves the use of the contraceptive pill, diabetes, fertility and hormonal drugs, surgery and changing lifestyles. Indeed, the women with this disease who consult a physician / consultation does not receive treatment for the disease, but especially for problems related to the disease.

This disease is still much room for further development and discovery, failure of which may be synonymous with Doom for the thousand women who suffer. As difficult as any other endocrine disease, there is a pressing need for comprehensive understanding of this disease. It is Only by understanding that we can prevent and help relieve the plight of women victims of his.

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Polycystic Ovaries!?

Hi, im 16 years old and have been for a scan today because I suffer from a very irregular and the doctor said I could have cysts on my ovaries, I went for my scan today and she told me she looks as if I had polycystic ovaries, is it serious? I am disabled, I suffer from spinal muscular atrophy (muscle wasting condition). After I knew that I had polycystic ovaries neuromuscular my doctor said I would be able to concieve but my pregnancy and childbirth would need additional care, are my chances of conceiving affected due to having PCOS? (not that I want children yet lol). What is the treatment for this condition if there is one? Welcome your responses and advice! Thank you! xx

Do not worry! It is a condition relatively joint can be treated. In addition to irregular cycles, certain other symptoms may include acne, unwanted hair growth, and insulin resistance (a condition where your body does not use insulin more efficiently). Usually they will do is chart your cycles and you put on a hormone pill to regulate them. They also recommend changes in lifestyle such as losing weight and exercise, which contribute to the condition and, in some cases, can eliminate. Women with PCOS are not ovulating regularly, it is more difficult for them to conceive, but not impossible. If you take hormones and they are able to move things regulated, you should be able to be as normal as anyone else in this regard. Good luck!

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Jul 23

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Many women with polycystic ovary syndrome or PCOS, using infusions of nourishing herbs to relieve symptoms of polycystic ovary syndrome. Many plants throughout history have been used by traditional cultures to heal and tone the reproductive system of women.

Herbs, mostly brewed as nourishing herbal infusions, provide calcium and other minerals that women need. With a traditional diet, as a high protein / low carbohydrate diet, these plants can feed the reproductive system and restore health. These herbs are rich in calcium, magnesium and other minerals and vitamins that are easy for the body to digest and absorb. Infusions, if taken daily, are better than synthetic multi-vitamins that are difficult for the body to absorb.

Drink a liter a day or more of an infusion based on a plant period of at least a month or more. Good herbs for the reproductive system are red raspberry leaf, red clover blossoms, nettle leaf, Oat straw and leaves of comfrey.

Favorite combinations of women as:

– Leaf raspberry red flowers of red clover.
– Leaf Nettle, comfrey leaf and oat straw mix.
– A mixture of 2 / 3 part of the red raspberry leaf and 1 / 3 Part Classic rose petals and hibiscus. This can cover a certain bitterness that raspberry red tends to have.

To make your infusion set 1 oz weight of the plant or plants in a wide mouth jar of canned food. Cover with boiling water. Stir to ensure that all the leaves are soaked and cap with a lid. Leave your tea set for 3-4 hours on the counter. When ready, stir in a little honey if necessary and drink hot or cold.

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What is the best exercise to help me lose weight? I am seventeen and I have PCOS polycystic ovarian syndrome?

I PCOS, food and I go to the gym every day but Im still not losing weight! help!

Many women found that diets carbohydrate work very well for PCOS. It naturally lowers insulin levels, which is a problem for women with PCOS. I have PCOS and I also found that the reduction of gluten from my diet helped me to be less hungry. I would try a combination of both.

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