website PCOS general Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal disorder that affects as many as 5-7 million women of reproductive age in the US alone. This is 10% of all reproductive-aged women! Over half of these remain undiagnosed. 

 

Diagnosis

If you think you may have PCOS, the first step is to get an accurate diagnosis. Not all doctors are equipped to make this diagnosis, so it can be valuable to work with a specialist.

 

Root Cause(s)

Once you have a clear diagnosis, it will be beneficial to find your root cause. For many women with PCOS the root cause may be any combination of the following issues

  • insulin resistance
  • thyroid
  • adrenals
  • inflammation 

 

Addressing Symptoms through BALANCED

When you understand what is driving your PCOS, you can begin to address your symptoms in a research-based way. You often can do this through natural means, but it is important to have a plan. As you make the right lifestyle changes for your body, the underlying cause(s) will be targeted, and many of your symptoms will become manageable and may even disappear altogether. 

If you want someone to walk with you on your journey to health and lead you in research-based changes, consider signing up for our FREE online PCOS webinar available for you today.  If you like want you hear you will be invited to BALANCED, a six-month online program developed just for women with PCOS. Through BALANCED you will figure out the root cause of your PCOS and learn the most effective lifestyle changes to see results.

 

You can live the life you love!

Dr. Jamie