Posts Tagged ‘poly cystic ovary syndrome’
Secrets for Managing PCOS?
Woman to Woman… Do you want to know the secrets of managing PCOS? Today I wanted to talk about high testosterone levels in women. The medical term for this is called polycystic ovary syndrome, or PCOS. I wanted to dispel a few myths, let you know what I’ve observed in my natural medicine clinic, (which…Read More
What are symptoms of high testosterone in women or PCOS?
DO you have high testosterone? With over 20% of Australian women (and indeed other western women) suffering with high testosterone, you could be one. Despite doctors knowing about this condition, most are not apt at picking it up nor diagnosing it. I wrote a book 7 years ago called Beauty and the Beast Within and…Read More
What are the symptoms of high testosterone or PCOS?
This is a short clip about testosterone in women or medically called PCOS and how it affects you body. I have been specialising in high testosterone and women for the last 10 years. Medically it is called PCO and affects 40% of Australian women. I suspect it is much higher. There are many driving forces,…Read More
How do you treat poly cystic ovary syndrome?
Poly Cystic Ovary Syndrome is a growing endemic amongst western women. Some research papers cite it’s prevalence at 40%. I believe if you actually measure women’s testosterone levels via saliva the figure of 40% is accurate and may be as high as 75%. Testosterone acts more like a stress hormone in women, not a sex…Read More
How do you know if you have high testosterone levels?
Having TOO Much testosterone as a women can make you feel very out of sorts! While we need some testosterone (it is great for sex drive, muscle making, energy levels and feeling good) but in excess it can make us feel terrible! There are some of the things women notice when their testosterone levels…Read More
Why working women increasing their testosterone levels
There is a rising phenomena in working women of increasing testosterone. Although not well researched in women at all, rising testosterone levels are leading to all sorts of health issues. The most common health related issues are infertility, facial acne, facial hair, aggression and rage and abdominal fat. Over the years, I have personally and…Read More