CONSEQUENCES OF PCOS (or) POLYCYSTIC OVARY SYNDROME
If you have ovarian cysts, it is possible that you also suffer from a health condition called PCOS. PCOS or Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is a complex metabolic, hormonal, and insulin disorder related condition.
The long-term health consequences of PCOS may include but are not be limited to:
Cardiovascular DiseaseThis is a primary consequence of PCOS. Insulin resistance is linked to heart problems and may cause endothelial dysfunction, diabetes and other abnormalities. PCOS is also associated with decreased fibrinolysis, increased C-reactive protein levels, and increased carotid intimal thickness which can all lead to Cardiovascular disease)
DiabetesInsulin resistance associated with PCOS often leads to beta-cell exhaustion of the pancreas and ultimately to diabetes.
Ovarian Cyst-Associated DisordersWomen with PCOS have reproductive abnormalities, including increased Ovarian Cyst-induced hypertension, and preeclampsia. This condition is develops in late Ovarian Cyst and is characterized by excessive gain in weight, albuminuria, migraines, visual impairments and generalized edema.
Elevated LDL "Bad" CholesterolThis is a synergistic effect of PCOS that leads to chronic elevated triglycerides.
Cancers - Secondary Consequence of PCOSPCOS women have 2.5 fold greater risk of having an endometrial cancer.
Damage to Your Reproductive SystemPCOS and Ovarian Cysts Can Seriously Hinder Your Chances of Getting Pregnant.
Seizures and High Blood PressureAs you can see, This is another Consequence of PCOS as Ovarian Cysts and PCOS are not conditions you want to ignore.Over the last 14 years of training and consulting hundreds of women on treating ovarian cysts and improving fertility, quite a few patterns started to emerge and I noticed most women with ovarian cysts and PCOS women were falling into many of the same common traps.This results in the above consequences of PCOS. It seems fairly common for most women to either try birth control pills, watchful waiting, taking pain relievers , hormonal supplements or following a specific diet. The time wasted doing these mistakes and the consequences of neglecting the root cause of ovarian cysts are often huge and irreversible: in short it can make your condition worse. The shortage of estrogen is not the cause of ovarian cysts so taking birth control pills will not help. Removing the cyst or the ovary will not help either. But something changed immediately when these women started using the specific techniques that I revealed to them. They finally started getting results naturally after years of struggling to get rid of their ovarian cysts using conventional methods!