Polycystic ovarian syndrome manifests itself as an annoying combination of symptoms like irregular periods, acne, hirsuitism, weight gain, and infertility.
Finding a treatment for polycystic ovaries can be a difficult task. To date, no satisfactory treatment, which is free from side effects, is available for polycystic ovaries.
The most important aspect in treatment of polycystic ovarian syndrome is preventing high blood sugar, high cholesterol, and obesity.
Various herbs are being used worldwide to treat polycystic ovarian syndrome. Contraceptive pills and chaste berry (Vitex Agnus Castus) are successfully used for pcos treatment by establishing balance in sex hormones.
Buck wheat (Fagopyrum esculatum) has promising results for polycystic ovary syndrome treatment. Dong Quai (Angelica sinensis) also corrects menstrual irregularities and is widely used for polycystic ovary syndrome treatment. Other options for pcos treatment include “d-Pinitol,” and Saw Palmetto. Biotin, reported to decrease insulin resistance, may be useful in the treatment for polycystic ovarian syndrome.
Losing weight by doing yoga, swimming, and brisk walking plays a key role in polycystic ovary syndrome treatment. Women undergoing pcos treatment must cut down all refined sugars, alcohol, saturated fats, additives, and artificial colors.
A diet containing alfalfa, lentils, chickpeas, and linseeds should be taken along with treatment for polycystic ovary syndrome. Laparoscopic ovarian drilling may be recommended when all measures to treat pcos fail.
In short, healthy eating practices and good life style proves fruitful along with other polycystic ovary syndrome treatments.
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