Women go through numerous changes during their life especially when it comes to their body. These changes are physical and emotional and mostly happen in the periods of puberty and in the menopause. Almost every woman experiences these changes in weight, shape, and other physical traits.
The body actually goes through a process of evolution and that is completely normal. Some of the factors that contribute to this evolution are age, childbearing, and hormone levels. There are no two women in the world who are the same, so the changes they go through are also unique.
One of the most common conditions that affect about 20% of the female population is the polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). Its symptoms can be quite severe and disruptive.
If you are already diagnosed with this condition or you suspect you have PCOS, don’t panic. The cure is still not found, but there are numerous ways for you that could help you control this condition and they’re all very easy.
What is PCOS?
This syndrome is an endocrine condition which appears as a result of an increased level of androgens, or male hormones in women.
The factors that contribute to this increase in the hormone levels can be genetic and environmental. A wide range of symptoms and severity characterizes the disease, which means that doctors often find it hard to diagnose it.