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Living With Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
Those tiny little cysts are nothing to fear...We promise!
 
Just imagine for a moment, whole years worth of not having to deal with a period at all. No cramps, no bloating, or headaches...Sounds pretty unreal right? Well the truth is, women with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome can go months without having a single menstruation cycle. However, the lack of blinding cramps that bring us to our knees is not viewed as a luxury.
 
This is because the actual cysts that are created tend to induce inconsistent ovulation and a higher than necessary volume of androgens in the body, in addition to the whole awesome no period thing. Unfortunately, we just can't have it all, but then again that's really no new notion to any woman.
 
The Best Part
Fortunately, this particular “syndrome” is in no way as scary and as complicated as it appears. The basis for this condition is tiny bead-like cyst that forms within the ovaries. The cysts tend to create mass amounts of androgens, which are essentially male hormones. Women naturally produce these specific hormones as well, but not in such high volumes. This explains why some women with PCOS can sometimes have problems getting pregnant.
 
An ovary that is polycystic will have a collection of these small bead-like cysts that line all around the edge of the ovary. Though they do have the namesake, the cysts are not what do the real harm. They are however, a clear indicator of something else that is wrong. Normally during a regular menstrual cycle, many eggs will develop within each ovary. Eventually the dominant-winner egg will be released during ovulation. The other eggs that are left behind will shrivel back down into the ovary. This is what creates those bead-like cysts that surround the ovary. Essentially, the cysts are really just eggs that were never released.
 
The Reasoning
Though PCOS is by no means the scariest condition out there, it is one of the most frustrating. Why you ask? Because at this very point in time, doctors and scientists have yet to find the core root that the syndrome stems from. It could be the big bang result of a hormonal imbalance. Some experts believe genetics is the culprit. Others theorize the possibility of neurological interference. Whatever the case may be, what we do know is that there are real women out there who are suffering at the hands of this condition, and they need help.
 
Natural Fixes
One of the best natural hormonal balancers out there is an herb called Maca. (SEE: PCOS Relief with Maca) Maca works as a highly adaptable herb when introduced to the female form. It is filled with nutrients that have been known to cure weakness and fatigue. Most herbologists typically know of Maca as an energy, and libido boosting herb, that is also a great stress reliever. Generally, women who have been diagnosed with PCOS, that utilize Maca in its liquid form experience amazing results in as little as four months. PCOS does not have to cripple your everyday life. You can get through it, there is light at the end of the tunnel.
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