cyst syndrome, more precisely Polycystic Ovarian
Cyst Syndrome or PCOS indicates a health disorder where
there could be many (poly) cysts in the ovaries along
with a set pattern of symptoms. Interestingly enough,
just having too many cysts in the ovary does not specify
PCOS till the set pattern of symptoms appear. If one is
apt to get confused with the word 'symptom' here it
simply means the set of symptoms that occur together,
following a pattern.
As a matter of routine, follicles grow on the ovaries in each menstrual cycle and the eggs develop within the follicles also routinely. During the process, one of the eggs may reach maturity quicker than the others and gets released into the fallopian tubes. This is commonly known as 'ovulation'. All the remaining follicles are supposed to disintegrate at this stage. But in polycystic ovaries, the larger than average ovaries get covered with a series of under developed follicles, resembling a bunch of grapes. So far, there is hardly any problem till the cysts misbehave; causing a hormonal imbalance that gives rise to a pattern of symptoms. As stated earlier, this is the syndrome.
Polycystic ovarian syndrome is often referred to as a 'metabolic' disorder, giving rise to many dysfunctions in various organs, often causing imbalance in other hormone productions. Resembling a defective carburetor in an automobile engine that affects smooth running of the engine, transmission, pick up and many more, PCOS creates problems in various other bodily organs, apart from the ovaries.
Though there is enough disagreement and ambiguity in what causes polycystic ovarian syndrome, it is generally assumed to have links with the person's genetic predisposition, hyperandrogenism (unwarranted male hormone production in the body), irregularity in the hypothalamic-pituitary-gondal axis, environmental chemical pollution, inexorable inflammation in any particular area of the body, hyperinsulinism and obesity. The abject scenario has been further complicated by another school of thought that suggests the causes as its consequences! All said and done, polycystic ovarian syndrome is not just a disease condition with a single cause.
Nevertheless, polycystic ovarian syndrome is the most widespread disease condition involving hormonal disorder occurring in women all through their childbearing years. In the United States, it is believed to the leading cause of infertility in women.
The best way to fight fatigue is through holistic medications. These medications treat the body and the mind and approach the body as a whole and try to remove the fatigue and make the person healthier and refreshed. Because of this the natural immunity of the body is also improved and the person can fight diseases better. As opposed to this, conventional medicines just treat the symptoms and as a result, what caused the cyst is never known. Holistic remedies attempts to find out all the contributing factors of the cyst and then finds out ways to beat each one of them. Thus, the holistic approach is more scientific and it provides better results too.