The woman’s body goes through many different changes during her lifetime, both physically and emotionally. Most of the major changes usually occur during puberty and menopause, but every woman experiences them differently.
More than 20% of all the women will go through the condition called Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), and unfortunately, the symptoms are usually very disruptive and severe.
However, the most important thing one needs to remember is not to panic and learn how to control it.
This is what you need to know:
What exactly is PCOS?
It’s an endocrine condition, or simply put, an increased amount of male hormones in the woman’s body.
The causes can be both genetic and environmental, but the wide range of symptoms can make it difficult for the doctors to diagnose it.
According to recent studies, there’s a correlation between PCOS and diabetes because PCOS was more frequently detected in women with high levels with high levels of insulin and between the ages of 18-44.
These are the most common symptoms of PCOS:
- Oily skin, acne, and dandruff
- Weight gain
- Difficulty conceiving
- Body hair
- Irregular menstruation
The treatment for PCOS includes:
- Dietary changes
- Increasing the intake of magnesium
- Consulting your doctor and therapist