PCOS? Yes! Homeopathy can help!!

PCOS or Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome, is usually thought to be a life time female hormonal imbalance where maturing eggs fail to be expelled from the ovary, creating an ovary filled with immature follicles (somewhat misleadingly called cysts). These ‘cysts’ then contribute to the hormonal imbalance that causes more cysts.

The diagnosis is based on a typical physical exam and laboratory evidence of hyperandrogenism, such as elevated free testosterone, androstenedione and dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate (DHEAS), decreased sex hormone-binding globulin (SHBG) and increased luteinizing hormone.

Why homeopathy? In “Jeffcoate’s Principles of Gynecology” we find some profound statements: “Emotions and Environment are very important factors in pelvic diseases.” “Environment can cause or encourage physical and mental ill health. The psyche influences the development of organic disease in all parts of the body. Illness begets anxiety and this in turn begets illness.” Homeopathy has a holistic approach and considers both the emotional as well as physical state before a prescription is made. So, such conditions as PCOS respond well to homeopathy.

Daxa Vaishnav has helped a lot of young girls and women suffering from PCOS. The periods become regular and those whose infertility issues are due to this condition have been able to conceive naturally with a little help from homeopathy 😊. How does she treat them with homeopathy? Here is a look at how she manages cases of PCOS:

Disclaimer: A detailed history followed by constitutional treatment by a good and qualified homeopathic practitioner is necessary to treat the complaints that appear due to any disease. It is not advisable to resort to self-medication for any disease.
For homeopathic consultation for your symptoms you may visit Homeopathic Healing or send an e-mail to office@drvaishnav.com to meet the Homeopathic Specialists.

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