Studies done in this field have shown that almost 20% women of the reproductive age have polycystic ovaries. There are many people who believe that this figure might be a lot more. And almost 6-10% of them suffer from PCOS (a condition where there are many cysts in the ovary). Though we are not exactly sure about the cause, but we do know about the various contributing factors such as genetic predisposition, poor dietary choices, a weakened immune system, accumulation of toxins in the digestive tract (including environmental toxins) and insulin resistance and obesity.
There are also a lot of doubts about PCOS treatment. Some people believe that treatment is not necessary because these cysts go away on their own. Though this does happen often, but this is not the case always. Sometimes these growths stay back and they become so enlarged, that there is a chance of a rupture, which can lead to other complications. Then there are twisted cysts as well, which are also not good.
Thus, ignoring cysts can never be a good idea. You must get your condition treated ASAP. But the problem is, most conventional treatments only treat the symptoms of the condition, whereas the root causes remain neglected. In fact surgery is looked upon as a way of removing the cysts and also as way to deal with infertility, but of course surgery can lead to further complications.
They do not guarantee 100% recovery, and neither do they guarantee that the cysts won’t return. The best way of treatment for the polycystic syndrome is the holistic mode of treatment. The holistic mode is completely devoid of any side effects, and unlike the conventional modes of treatment, they address the root causes, and offers a complete and permanent solution.