What is Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)

PCO or PCOS is the female condition of having high testosterone.

This may or MAY NOT result in the development of cysts on the ovaries.  The name can be misleading.

PCO as it is abreviated to is due to high levels of the male hormone testosterone, and often estrogen in women.

It can result in many signs and symptoms which are listed below.

What are the symptoms of PCOS?

The symptoms vary. Medical diagnosis is based on a criteria of having cysts on your ovaries as diagnosed by an ultrasound.

Other very classic symptoms include:

  • Unwanted facial hair
  • Acne
  • Belly fat
  • Infertility
  • Aggression or short fuse
  • Mood swings
  • Endometriosis
  • Anger and rage
  • An inability to relax

How do you diagnose PCOS?

Medical your doctor will request an ultrasound of your pelvis and look for cysts on your ovaries.

I have a quiz you can do here Questionnaire for FHD

OR a saliva test is very accurate - usually showing high or higher than normal testosterone levels.

You can order a saliva test here.

What causes PCOS?

I have dedicated my career to finding out why testosterone raises in women. And I didn't have to look far.

Testosterone elevation in women is due to a few factors:

  • High insulin levels due to high carbohydrate intake (grains, sugars, fruit)
  • Stress
  • Women in male roles (adaptive response)
  • Athletes

Treatment options

After helping women for over 21 years in my natural medicine clinic I have found that the best way to manage any condition is to manage the causes.

If the cause is stress, try to stress less - which means have more fun, more relaxation, less time pressures, do hobbies, switch off from work, meditate.

If the cause is an adaptive one (ie you work with loads of men) try not to be masculine when not at work (wear dresses, do girly stuff). This is not meant to be anti-feminist - it just works.

If you are eating too many carbohydrates and even comfort eating, or unconsciously eating, add in more proteins.

Try to eat intuitively and fall in love with food.

And of course I have to mention that doctors et all manage this with drugs and surgery and you can contact them for their specialty area.


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If you exercise a lot just be aware that excessive exercise and "ripping" stuff, "shredding" smashing" are very masculine terms and when you are not "flogging" yourself try to refeminise.

There is much more on this in my best selling book here.

There are many ways to manage PCO and I would love to show you how.

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