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Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome PCOS

PCOS is a disease that effects up to 10% of pre-menopausal woman. It is a female hormonal disorder and is the forming of multiple abnormal ovarian cysts on the ovaries. Most of the cysts are harmless as they are merely fluid-filled sacs containing immature eggs that have attached to the ovary instead of releasing the egg. However, some cysts can continue to grow without dissolving or disintegrating on its own and start to haemorrhage which is extremely painful and dangerous. PCOS can be identified and confirmed by […]

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Healthy Eating and PCOS

Without doubt a healthy diet is by far more beneficial to a maintaining a healthy functioning body. In the case of polycystic ovarian syndrome, obesity is a contributing factor in the development of further symptoms associated with this condition. By implementing a healthy diet and regular exercise not only can you lose excess weight but you can also prevent and even treat the more underlying symptoms than come about with PCOS. You are what you eat is a common phrase we hear and it couldn’t be more […]

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