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Contrary to popular belief, PCOS is not one condition. It is instead a set of symptoms and there are different types of PCOS. These types are possible root causes of PCOS.
With over thousands of supplements to choose from, it can be difficult to know which are right for your PCOS. I get it, when I was first diagnosed with PCOS I had no idea which supplements I should be taking. In this post, you will find out the best supplements that have been scientifically shown to help PCOS.
Hirsutism may be one of the most difficult symptoms to live with. Growing hair in places that a female normally wouldn’t can be devastating and it may even damage your confidence and self-esteem. Suffering from this symptom may have you questioning how is this possible and what can I do to stop it? In today’s post, you will find out everything you need to know about hirsutism. You are going to learn what causes it and how to treat it naturally so you can stop the excess hair growth.
Unfortunately, there is this perception that all women with PCOS are overweight or obese. This stereotypical image has meant lean women with PCOS go undiagnosed.
But you can be a normal weight and have PCOS. And lean PCOS is more common than you think.
PCOS and low progesterone levels can interfere with reproductive functions. As a result, making it difficult to conceive. But PCOS can be reversed and progesterone levels can be increased. In this post, we will look at why PCOS women have low progesterone levels. Also, we will look at why progesterone is important for women with PCOS and how to increase progesterone levels.
Understanding all the different hormones in the body that may be imbalanced with PCOS can be difficult. Among these many hormones is luteinizing hormone. Women with PCOS tend to have high levels of luteinizing hormone. This is what can cause the excess production of testosterone and PCOS symptoms. But luteinizing hormone can be decreased.
When I was diagnosed with PCOS, there was one question I really wanted to know the answer to. That was, “What foods lower testosterone in women with PCOS?”. So, I did a little research. I learnt a lot about how certain foods can lower testosterone and improve many of the PCOS symptoms women struggle with on a daily basis.
Do you always feel tired despite getting a good night’s sleep? Are you heavily reliant on caffeinated beverages to get you through the day? Do you get the 4 pm energy slumps?
If you answered yes to either question, you may be suffering from fatigue.
Kombucha has become a go-to health drink and a staple beverage in many people’s diets. The sweet, slightly fizzy and refreshing drink is sold in most supermarkets worldwide. But is kombucha healthy for women with PCOS? In this post, we will look at the benefits and drawbacks of kombucha for PCOS. And whether it should be part of your PCOS diet.
Hair loss is a common symptom of PCOS. I understand that it can leave you feeling self-conscious and helpless, but I want you to know that hair loss from PCOS can be reversed. PCOS is at its core caused by an imbalance of sex hormones. Changes to your diet and lifestyle can rebalance your hormones, improve your PCOS and reverse symptoms like hair loss.
Hey there! I am Despina Pavlou, founder of PCOS Oracle and online coach. I want to share with you the diet and lifestyle changes I made to naturally reverse my PCOS and achieve hormonal balance. I believe using my holistic approach you too can take back control from PCOS.
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