PCOS Hair Growth: The Only Treatment You Can Rely

You’re probably a little skeptical right now.

That’s because you are fed up with current treatments.

Realize this ONE FACT…

You can’t cure a disease without identifying the root cause…

That’s what you’ll learn about in this blog post…

Before we get into the details let us get back to some facts…

Woman with PCOS feels like a boy because all the doctors tell that they have high testosterone levels.

Testosterone is a male hormone.

It questions their femininity.

PCOS mess with every aspect of woman’s life.

When other girls flaunt their bodies, PCOS sufferers hide their bodies.

So what causes PCOS hair growth?

PCOS hair growth is caused by elevated androgen hormones and elevated cortisol levels.

The main reason behind elevated androgen hormones is insulin resistance.

Insulin resistance is a condition wherein our body cells are desensitized to insulin due to overexposure of body cells to the insulin hormone.

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So the root cause of all your PCOS issues (androgen, cortisol, and insulin resistance) including unnecessary hair growth is…

1. Wrong dietary choices
2. Sedentary lifestyle
2. Stressful lifestyle

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Remember this once again…

You can’t cure a disease without identifying the root cause…


You can cure a disease addressing the root cause…

How you can address the root cause (PCOS hair growth):

1. Keep refined starches and sugars to a minimum (Choose foods that rank low on the glycemic index)
2. Eat generous amounts of non-starchy vegetables.(These foods your body like most)
3. Every day do 20 minutes of aerobic (Aerobic activity refuses insulin sensitivity)
4. Every day do meditation for 15 minutes. (Counters the effects of stress)

Common practices for PCOS hair growth;

You can do typical hair removal techniques like shaving, waxing, bleaching as a temporary solution to your PCOS hair growth

Common PCOS hair growth medical treatments:

To curb hirsutism (excess hair), Dr. Andrea Dunaif from Northwestern University typically starts patients with spironolactone. A 6 month trial is needed to show effects on unwanted hair, and she usually starts women at a higher dose. The unwanted hair doesn’t disappear, but grows in finer and lighter. Improvement of acne generally comes more quickly. pcosaa.org

Like all drugs, spironolactone has side effects. it affects your sex drive. it causes fatigue. Also, you cannot take this drug if you are pregnant as it causes birth defects to the baby. Most importantly, it will not do anything relating to reducing insulin resistance which is the root cause of all your PCOS problems.

Birth control pills are the most commonly used treatment for PCOS hair growth. The problem with birth control pills is that the increased insulin resistance and thereby aggravate the problem in the long run.

So, the only treatment you can rely on for PCOS related problems is dietary and lifestyle changes.

Diseases caused by dietary and lifestyle changes cannot be cured with pills and drugs. This is obvious but the mainstream medicine conveniently ignores this fact.


PCOS hair growth removal techniques and medical treatments cannot root out hirsutism problem permanently.

Medical treatments only talk about hormones and try to manipulate with the pills.

But they don’t go beyond that.

They don’t think of what is causing hormonal disturbances. What is the root cause of it? Without knowing these facts you cannot get rid of PCOS hair growth or other PCOS issues permanently.

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Take away from this article:

Medical treatment cannot root out PCOS hair growth permanently. Dietary and lifestyle changes are the only treatment you can rely on.