ovarian syndrome or PCOS means ‘many cysts’. It
basically describes the way they appear on the ultra
sound scan. A polycystic ovary appears larger than a
normal healthy ovary because there are many cysts within
it. Although each cyst might be just between 2 to
Symptoms of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
Irregular periods: Women suffering from PCOS are not able to ovulate, as the follicles are not able to get ripen enough to burst from the ovary’s surface. Thus they don’t have periods. Some women however do ovulate occasionally, and when they do, they have irregular or scanty periods.
Infertility: As a woman suffering from PCOS does not ovulate or only ovulates occasionally, conceiving without medical help definitely becomes a problem.
Miscarriage: Miscarriage is also a common symptom of the polycystic ovarian syndrome.
Unwanted body hair: Women with PCOS might grow unwanted body hair on the face, arms, legs and chest. Usually the hair growth is noticeable.
Acne: Women suffering from PCOS also at times suffer from adult acne.
Weight gain: If you see a sudden growth of extra weight, then it could be a symptom of the PCOS disease. This can again lead to other problems such as an increased risk of heart diseases, blood pressure and diabetes.
Pelvic discomfort: Women suffering from PCOS also suffer from occasional discomfort in the lower abdominal area and the pelvic area.
By adopting the holistic mode of treatment, you’ll be able to get rid of the PCOS completely. It has no side effects, and it removes the causes responsible for the disease. Holistic remedies work better than conventional treatments because they just treat the symptoms and not the root causes.