This post was most recently updated on August 4th, 2018
Think again how the PCOS is impacting your life…
- Vicious weight circle
You fight the weight gain and drop the size. You are depressed with pain attacks and period guessing torture. You eat again and gain weight. You get stuck in a vicious weight circle.
- Other embarrassing symptoms
Your hair falls off. You have pimples all over the face. You have belly fat and embarrassing body hair …Always scared whether you can get pregnant or not. PCOS play with your beautiful life and shatter your dreams.
- PCOS mess with every aspect of woman’s life.
You struggle for answers. Your doctors don’t explain things well enough. They just tell that you have high levels of male hormones. You are left with no choice but to endure mental agony.That is how PCOS mess with every aspect of woman’s life.
- Wanna hear a secret?
Picture for a moment what it would be like if you get rid of PCOS completely. Imagine how you’d feel if you’ll no longer worried about your looks, femininity and motherhood. It isn’t just a fantasy. It can happen to you. So keep reading this article till the end and it is going to change your life.
By reading this article you’ll learn:
- Why you should ignore and trash “the LIE of PCOS is not curable”( You won’t find this information ANYWHERE else)
- What are the seven dangers of PCOS treatment ( This is not based on my assumptions but based on scientifically proven facts )
- How to permanently cure PCOS ( Change your beliefs and make right choices and so that dreadful PCOS will run away from your life).
Blind men and the elephant…
The way the mainstream doctors treat PCOS reminds me the story of the blind men and the elephant.
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Doctors treat the PCOS in the same way…
- “It is acne and treatment is Ointments and antibiotics.”
- “It is alopecia (thinning of hair) and treatment is corticosteroids”
- “It is hirsutism and the treatment is 6 months of anti-androgens.”
- “It is the menstrual irregularity and the treatment is birth control pills.”
- “It is insulin resistance and treatment is metformin.”
- “It is anovulation and treatment is Clomid.”
Like the blind men, doctors can never see the full picture and therefore they can never cure the PCOS.
Let us face it…
At the most PCOS treatment mask the symptoms for some time. But you never regain your health.You keep losing your hope. With time you need more medicines and surgical procedures as complications emerge. In other words, your current treatment worsens your condition as time passes.
A paradigm shift is needed…
A paradigm shift is needed in understanding the problem of PCOS and its treatment. Then only you make right choices so that you can end everlasting shame, agony and the dangers associated with PCOS.
Don’t fall into this trap…
I have been blogging and writing hundreds of articles on infertility related topics. I could clearly see a pattern followed by PCOS sufferers. One of the biggest trap they fall in is believing whatever the doctor says.
Here is what doctors often says about PCOS…
“The cause of PCOS is unknown and there is no cure for PCOS”
If you believe that “The cause of PCOS is unknown and there is no cure for PCOS” your life will be hell for the rest of your life. My intention is not to scare you…But this is the reality and this is what going to happen…
Operating from this wrong belief…
- You only treat the PCOS to reduce the effects of symptoms like weight gain, unwanted hair and acne… because you believe that there is no cure for PCOS.
- Doctors treat the PCOS with birth control pills or hormonal supplements to mask the symptoms of PCOS because they believe that there is no cure for PCOS.
You and your Doctor trying to mask the symptoms ignoring the root cause of PCOS. Months and years passed and the problem worsens. Neglecting the root cause of PCOS leads to irreversible damage to your reproductive system.Then you will be left with the only choice of IVF. You’re also risking a host of other chronic diseases.
And don’t forget…
PCOS is a dietary and lifestyle disease. It affects your metabolism and hormonal systems. This results in many health consequences.
What is more important…
Dietary and lifestyle disease can be treated only with changing diets and lifestyle. You can’t cure a dietary and lifestyle disease with the pills and surgeries.
Make no mistake about it…
If you only rely on conventional medicine without changing your diets and lifestyle you are heading for life-threatening diseases.
You already know or suffering the following PCOS symptoms.
And that’s not all…
But in this article, I am revealing 7 other dangers associated with PCOS. I’m also discussing what dietary and lifestyle changes are required. You must embrace these dietary and lifestyle changes in order to get rid of PCOS completely and prevent these life-threatening diseases.
Let us dive into seven dangers of PCOS…
1. Risk of High Blood Pressure
Hypertension, or high blood pressure, is often a symptom that accompanies Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, also known as PCOS. Hypertension can be an extremely serious condition. High blood pressure often goes undiagnosed until it is very late. Over time, having high blood pressure increases the chances of having coronary disease, a heart attack or a stroke. Learn more
Here are the right dietary choices…
- Replace sugary carbohydrates with more complex carbohydrates
- Replace bad cholesterol foods with good cholesterol foods
2. Elevated “Bad” Cholesterol
Individuals with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) are at increased risk of high levels of LDL “bad” cholesterol, which, if neglected, can have an adverse impact on cardiovascular health. Conversely, women with PCOS often also have lower levels of HDL “good” cholesterol, which is another risk factor to cardiovascular health.
As a general rule, the lower the LDL level and the greater the HDL level, the more chance there is of maintaining good cardiovascular health.
Women with PCOS are nearly twice as likely to suffer from atherosclerosis (plaque deposits in the arteries) than those without the syndrome. Atherosclerosis sharply increases the risk to coronary heart health. Learn more
Here are the right dietary choices…
- Take balanced diet
Here are the right lifestyle choices…
- Exercise regularly:
The foundation of any cholesterol-lowering regimen is a balanced diet. Regular exercise is also critical. Some studies show that regular aerobic exercise for a period of about 12 weeks can modestly increase beneficial HDL cholesterol—between 5 and 10 percent, and more for some people. Learn more
3. Risk of Cardiovascular Diseases
Insulin resistance is linked to heart problems and may cause endothelial dysfunction, diabetes and other abnormalities. PCOS is also associated with decreased fibrinolysis, increased C-reactive protein levels, and increased carotid intimal thickness which can all lead to Cardiovascular disease)
One in 15 women of childbearing age is diagnosed with a disorder commonly referred to as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). The condition is one of the most common causes of women not ovulating and thus causes difficulty in conceiving. Fertility is not the only health consequence these women face, however. PCOS has been associated with an increased risk for cardiovascular disease (CVD), the leading killer of women and men alike. Learn more
Here is what to do now…
Minimize the effects of the sedentary lifestyle:
Physical inactivity is likely a major causative factor in the explosive rise of coronary heart disease in the 20th century. During the vast majority of evolutionary history, humans have had to exert themselves to obtain food and water. Even at the turn of the 20th century in the U.S., a majority of people had jobs that required physical activity (farmers, laborers, etc.) Now the majority of the workforce has sedentary occupations with little to no physical activity at all.
Currently, more than 60% of American adults are not regularly active, and 25% of the adult population is completely sedentary. People that are physically inactive have between 1.5x and 2.4x the risk of developing heart disease.Learn more
4. Risk of Diabetes
Insulin resistance associated with PCOS often leads to beta-cell exhaustion of the pancreas and ultimately to diabetes. Young women suffering from Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) are at five times higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes, a new study finds.
“Our research found that there is a clear link between PCOS and diabetes. However, PCOS is not a well-recognized diabetes risk factor and many young women with the condition don’t get regular diabetes screening even pre-pregnancy, despite recommendations from the Australian PCOS evidence based guidelines,” Learn more
Here are the right dietary choices…
- Eat non-starchy vegetables abundantly
- Stop processed foods… all grains
- Stop processed foods, all forms of sugar—particularly fructose—as well as all grains, for whole, fresh food.
- Eat meat, fish, eggs, dairy products, legumes, and nuts
- Eat as many non-starchy vegetables as you want
5. Risk of Cancers
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Risk of endometrial cancer
PCOS women have 2.5 fold greater risk of having endometrial cancer. The risk of cancer of the endometrium, the inside lining of the uterus, is three times as high for women with PCOS as it is for other women.Irregular periods, or a lack of periods, can cause the endometrium to build up and become thick. This thickening can lead to endometrial cancer.
Risk of breast and ovarian cancer
Women with PCOS also may be at higher risk for breast cancer and ovarian cancer. Small studies have suggested that a lack of ovulation (anovulation), as occurs with PCOS, is linked with a risk of breast cancer that is three to four times that of women without anovulation. Learn more
Here are the right dietary and lifestyle choices…
Cancers don’t develop overnight. A prolonged negativity in the life eventually manifests in the form of cancer. So intense and pervasive negative emotions are the root cause of cancer.
And that is why…
Apart from healthy dietary choices, resolving all the inner conflicts are the key to significantly reduce the risk of cancer.
6. Risk of Ovarian Cysts
Women with PCOS have reproductive abnormalities, including increased Ovarian Cyst-induced hypertension, and preeclampsia. This condition develops in late Ovarian Cyst and is characterized by the excessive gain in weight, albuminuria, migraines, visual impairments and generalized edema.
Cysts can occur anywhere in the body. With PCOS, women can develop “cysts” due to eggs not being released over time. The follicles keep growing and form multiple “cysts.” These may be described as appearing like a “string of pearls” in an ultrasound image. Learn more
Here what to do now…
- Avoid exposure to xenohormones:
- Stop exposing yourself to xenohormones and to start taking a supplement called DIM (diindolylmethane).
- Avoid exposure to estrogens and xenoestrogens
- Stop eating soy foods
- Eat only organic meats and dairy
- Do not microwave foods in plastic
- Stop drinking water from plastic bottles
- Avoid mineral oil and parabens in skin care products
- Use natural detergents Learn more
7. Damage to Your Reproductive System
Hormones regulate important aspects of women’s sexual life including menstrual cycles. PCOS eventually affects ovulation and causes infertility in women. All these conditions are the sign of underlying cellular damage and inflammation due to wrong dietary and lifestyles.
Conventional PCOS treatment is intended to correct hormonal imbalance but cannot stop the damage that is happening at the cellular level. neglecting this damage can potentially damage reproductive system.
So here are the seven dangers of PCOS treatment …
Finally, Let me Summarize!
- Delete the wrong belief of “The cause of PCOS is unknown and there is no cure for PCOS” from your mind permanently.
- Blindly following a mainstream doctor’s advice alone cost you a fortune… In fact, your problems get worse. You are risking your life.
- Stop hating your PCOS symptoms. Carefully listen and appreciate them. They are simply telling you that something is wrong is happening in your body that need your immediate attention.
- Pay attention to what you eat… what you think and how you live your life. Finally change your diet, mind and lifestyle completely.
- And finally, embrace this fact “PCOS is dietary and lifestyle created disease and you can cure PCOS with dietary and lifestyle changes only.
Nothing wrong masking the symptoms with pills for some time.But the whole point is you have to eliminate the root cause with dietary and lifestyle changes.
The core intention of this article is to make you change your wrong beliefs about PCOS treatment and give you a hope of complete recovery from PCOS.
That is right…
Indeed, you started out thinking that PCOS is not curable, I hope by now that you’ve come to realize that PCOS can be completely reversed.
Go ahead and try these tips explained in this article. You will experience wonderful changes in your life provided if make these new choices as a way of your life.
Is each passing month a new disappointment for you?
PCOS victims are self-conscious about their weight. They don’t go out public without makeup. Though they look confident outward often doubt about their relationship. They are always scared whether they can ever be a MOM or not.
No matter what your Doctor says, you can beat PCOS completely with natural progesterone cream, medicinal herbs and healthy lifestyle. There is no need to suffer in silence and live with it.
But don’t D.E.L.A.Y…. as it could shatter your dreams irreversibly.
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