PCOS not treated
Almost 1 in every 10 women between the age of 13 to 50 years suffer from PCOS to varying degrees.
Our current lifestyle patterns have started to take an immense toll on our health. One such lifestyle condition that clutches women are PCOS. An unhealthy lifestyle, stress and low activity levels create a hormonal imbalance leading to such issues.
What can PCOS lead to?
- Painful, irregular periods, and/or missed periods
- Pelvic pain
- Hirsutism (excessive facial/body hair)
- Mood swings
- Excessive weight gain
- Lack of ovulation during the menstrual cycle
- Type 2 diabetes
By “eating right”, effective reversal of PCOS is possible However, if not addressed within time, it can lead to more serious health problems.
Let’s find out what can happen if PCOS is not treated:-
Difficulty getting pregnant: Yes, PCOS causes difficulty in getting pregnant. If left untreated, PCOS can also lead to infertility.
Cysts in the ovary: Reduced or no egg production in the ovary, in a few women forces the follicles to keep growing till they form multiple cysts, commonly referred to as “the string of pearls”.
Diabetes / High Blood Sugar: PCOS causes insulin resistance. Due to this the muscles, tissues, and other organs of your body don’t absorb the blood sugar. This can further lead to diabetes.
Endometrial cancer (lining of the uterus): Untreated PCOS increases the chances of endometrial cancer in women. This happens because, it stops the ovary from producing eggs, leading to the lack of progesterone thus letting the lining of the uterus grow uncontrollably leading to cancer.
Hypertension leading and cardiovascular diseases: High blood sugar and diabetes caused due to PCOS can further lead to hypertension and the risk of cardiovascular diseases.
Should I consult a Doctor?
Yes, it is important that you go for your periodic checkups with the gynaecologist as you will then come to know within time if you have any PCOS symptoms. Like any other disease, early diagnosis and treatment are the best way out. The medical diagnosis of PCOS is based on the clinical examination of the patient, an ultrasound of the ovaries and the blood testosterone dosage.
Well, the most usual prescription is contraceptive pills. Though these tiny pills put the ovaries at rest and lower the secretion of androgens. But, they do have their own side effects in the long run as they provide just a band-aid solution for the meantime.
Now, with Strong Healthy Women’s unique RMLR technique you can reverse PCOS holistically – once and for all! The good news is that till now more than 100 women with our technique have effectively reversed this lifestyle disease just by changing their eating patterns and guiding them to make appropriate lifestyle changes.
You can be one of them too. Reverse PCOS Holistically