In this article famous herbalist Dr Bilquis Sheikh share a herbal home remedy to get rid of hormonal imbalance, PCOS, hair falling, aging, late periods in women, fatigue, weigh gain issue.
Once PCOS is diagnosed, it should be smartly managed. After consulting an experienced gynecologist or endocrinologist, the focus should be diverted on lowering the insulin levels, restoration of fertility and menstrual cycle, and treatment of hirsutism and acne.
Diet plays an integral part in PCOS. Change of lifestyle with adapting healthy eating habits, exercise at regular intervals throughout the week and stress reduction has been the major recommendation by the physicians for women with PCOS. By watching their weight, patients can lower the risks of developing diabetes and heart disease.
PCOS, Hormone Imbalance and Irregular Menstrual Cycle Treatment
There are many success stories where obese women have shed a lot of weight by sticking to a proper medication and high fiber diet. After losing those extra pounds, they were able to conceive and found regularity in their menstrual cycle.
It is a misconception that woman with PCOS cannot conceive. Ovulation could be a problem in most of the women but for those who are obese, weight loss and proper medication could fulfill their desire of having a child. As for the treatment of acne and hirsutism, it could be treated with an anti-androgen drug that restricts the production of male hormones in the body, eradicating the male pattern hair growth and acne. Other remedies may include electrolysis and laser, which may sound a little hard on the pocket but can be good alternative to get rid of such a nuisance.
I still remember when I was in grade six in the early 90s, there was a girl in the college next to our school who used to always cover her chin. One day when she was drinking water, I spotted a trace of what would be considered a manly stubble. I walked away abruptly feeling very confused.
The prospect for PCOS patients is still challenging. Physicians are in a continuous quest for identifying undercover problems and introducing solutions for this endocrinal disorder. In the recent years, PCOS is being much talked about on different talk shows, forums, chat-rooms, email lists, and websites.
Moreover, with the influx of many interactive forums on the internet, women can communicate with other women on different platforms and share their experiences and be more aware of their health issues.