To say that the hysterectomy is a relatively routine procedure is not to diminish the real medical issues that women who undergo this procedure must face, but it is nevertheless true: Simply put, the procedure is done all the time. In fact, roughly one in three women in the U.S. undergo a hysterectomy before reaching age 60. And women choose to have this procedure done for any number of reasons; sometimes, it is even turned to as a treatment option for PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome).
But does it actually make sense as a treatment for Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)—and if not, what are the most effective treatment options for this condition? The answers to both questions might surprise you!
The Fundamentals of PCOS
First, it’s probably best to think about a few of the issues associated with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). Many people know this disease as a leading cause of infertility, which is certainly very true. Still others know it as a condition affecting the ovaries, which certainly makes sense given the disease’s title—but in reality, it’s a bit more complicated than that.
In truth, this is a hormonal condition, not primarily an ovarian one. It is brought on by Insulin Resistance, and can cause excess production of bodily hormones that can lead to skin problems, hair problems, weight problems, and yes, even fertility problems.
Surgery, and Other Options
Given this litany of disastrous effects, it’s no wonder many women look for solutions in the form of surgery, including hysterectomy. But don’t be too hasty. The truth of the matter is, a hysterectomy would only make sense if this were primarily an ovarian condition—and it’s not. Removing part of the ovaries or the uterus will not eliminate PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome), simply because it’s not a disease confined to the ovaries or the uterus. It’s really all about hormones.
But is that reason for despair? Certainly not. The happy news is that Insulin Resistance can be reversed—naturally, and without surgery—and with it, the effects of the disease eliminated. It’s just a matter of improving your lifestyle. Start by getting more exercise—at least thirty minutes a day, five days a week. And eat a better diet. Consume more proteins, fruits, and vegetables; cut the sugars and processed foods.
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