Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS); Signs, Symptoms and Advanced Treatment

Polycystic ovary syndrome

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Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is a condition where your ovaries become hyperactive, producing excess male hormone (androgen), leading to hormonal imbalance. It often presents with multiple ovarian cysts, irregular and sometimes painful periods, weight gain, acne, infertility and excessive hair growth (hirsutism).

ANF Therapy®️ can help manage hormonal imbalances and enhance fertility, allowing you to fully enjoy your marital life and the possibility of having children.

What is polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS)?

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS); Signs, Symptoms

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is a common endocrine pathology affecting young women of reproductive age. The term “poly” means “many,” and “cystic” refers to “fluid-filled cysts.” PCOS is characterized by multiple cysts (10-12 in number, 2-10 mm in diameter) in one or both ovaries. It is marked by an overproduction of androgens, hormones typically more prevalent in males.

The ovaries play a crucial role in egg formation, regulated by Luteinizing Hormone (LH) and Follicle-Stimulating Hormone (FSH). In PCOS, the hypersecretion of androgens disrupts the balance of LH and FSH, leading to irregular periods and the formation of multiple immature eggs that develop into cysts, resulting in infertility.

Moreover, In some cases, a woman’s body doesn’t produce enough hormones needed for ovulation. When ovulation doesn’t occur for months, the risk of developing cysts in the ovaries increases. These cysts then boost androgen production, leading to PCOS.

Onset of polycystic ovarian syndrome:

This usually affects females of reproductive age after menarche and before menopause. (usually 14-50 years of age)

How many women are affected by this syndrome?

It is the most common problem affecting women of reproductive age worldwide. About 15% of women are affected by PCOS worldwide in their reproductive age.

Comorbidities associated with PCOS:

Multiple comorbidities are linked with PCOS. These include:

  • Glucose intolerance
  • Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus
  • Endometrial cancer
  • Obstructive sleep apnea
  • Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
  • Obesity
  • Depression
  • Cardiovascular risk
  • Infertility
  • Metabolic syndrome

Types of PCOS:

There are about four types of PCOS. These include the following:

1-Adrenal PCOS:

This type of PCOS is often caused by the hyperactivation of adrenal glands located on top of the kidneys. In adrenal PCOS, these glands produce higher than normal levels of androgen, leading to the development of PCOS symptoms.

2-Insulin resistance PCOS:

This common type of PCOS is often linked to pollution, high sugar intake, smoking, and excessive trans fats. These factors cause your body’s insulin to become resistant, leading to an overproduction of insulin. This excess insulin triggers your ovaries to secrete more androgen hormones, preventing ovulation.

3-Inflammatory PCOS:

In this type of PCOS, chronic or active inflammation in your body prevents the release of eggs from your ovaries. Stress, environmental toxins, and inflammatory diets, such as gluten in people with celiac disease, can cause this inflammation.

4-Pill induced PCOS:

This is the second most common form of PCOS and occurs in women who use birth control pills, which suppress ovulation (the release of eggs). While some women regain their normal ovulation after stopping the pill or when the effect of the pill is over, others may experience prolonged suppression lasting from months to years.

What are the causes of polycystic ovarian syndrome?

The exact cause of polycystic ovarian syndrome is still unknown. However, it is believed that a high amount of androgen makes your ovaries incompatible with ovulation. However, there are some factors that are associated with PCOS. These are:

Genetic factors:

Studies showed that PCOS has a genetic predisposition and it runs in families. Therefore family history is important in diagnosing PCOS.

Insulin resistance:

A high level of insulin boosts androgen secretion in your body which is the main culprit behind PCOS.

Inflammation:

Inflammation in your body halts your ovulation process, leading to PCOS.

Liver problem:

Dr. Mikel H-G Hoff states that the liver is a critical organ in your body, responsible for over 500 functions. One of its key roles includes producing glutathione, an essential antioxidant necessary for eliminating harmful free radicals. When liver function is compromised, it can cause several health issues, including hormonal imbalances, hypo or hyperthyroidism, and oxidative stress, resulting in PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome). Moreover, Dr Mikel H-G Hoff explains that when your kidney and liver are not going well it will increase your risk of getting PCOS.

What are the signs and symptoms of polycystic ovarian syndrome?

There are a wide variety of symptoms caused by PCOS. Some women remain asymptomatic while some show different symptoms. These include:

1-Irregular or skip periods:

Multiple cysts in your ovaries can disrupt the release of eggs, leading to irregular or missed periods. These can occur at different times each month or not at all. Additionally, you might experience painful periods or periods with heavy bleeding.

2-Weight gain:

In insulin resistance PCOS, your body’s cells become less responsive to insulin, the hormone that regulates blood sugar levels. To compensate, your body produces extra insulin, which can increase your hunger, halt fat breakdown, and promote fat storage. This often leads to obesity or weight gain.

Weight gain

3-Hirsutism (abnormal hair growth):

Hair growth in a male pattern is mediated by the androgen hormone. In PCOS, this hormone is produced in excess amounts in females from their ovaries, resulting in increased hair growth in females called hirsutism. About 70% of the population have hirsutism.

4-Acne:

PCOS can increase the production of testosterone in your body. This testosterone hormone boosts skin cell production and sebaceous glands activity, leading to acne.

5-Hyperpigmentation:

PCOS increases the production of melanin hormone in the body, which is responsible for maintaining skin tone. An excess of melanin in the body causes hyperpigmentation, which forms patches around the neck, shoulder, armpits, and breast. This condition is called acanthosis nigricans.

6-Cysts:

Women having PCOS do not ovulate normally. Due to this multiple small fluid-filled sacs are formed inside the ovaries known as cysts.

7-Skin tags:

In PCOS skin tags are usually formed around your armpits and shoulder.

8-Infertility:

In PCOS, multiple cysts are formed in the ovaries that halt the ovulatory process and cause infertility.

9-Hair thinning:

Elevated levels of androgens in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) contribute to hair thinning and increased hair loss. Androgens, often referred to as male hormones, are present in higher amounts in women with PCOS. These hormones can affect the hair follicles, leading to a condition known as androgenic alopecia. This results in the hair becoming finer and more prone to shedding, particularly in areas where hair is usually thicker, such as the scalp. Consequently, many women with PCOS experience noticeable hair thinning and accelerated hair loss, which can significantly impact their appearance and self-esteem.

Management of polycystic ovarian syndrome with ANF Therapy®️:

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

PCOS is the most common condition and is overlooked due to a lack of education and sometimes remains unaddressed. An ANF Therapist diagnoses this disease clinically by taking a detailed history and physical examination.

History

In this step, the ANF Therapist gathers information by asking some questions regarding your disease. These include the following:

  • How old are you?
  • Age at Menarche: At what age did you have your first menstrual period?
  • Menstrual History: Are your periods regular, skipped, or irregular?
  • Abdominal Pain: Do you experience pain in your abdomen?
  • Abdominal Heaviness: Do you feel heaviness in your abdomen?
  • Excess Hair Growth: Have you noticed an increase in hair growth?
  • Conception History: How many times have you conceived?
  • Weight Gain: Have you experienced recent weight gain?
  • Family History: What is your family’s medical history?
  • History of drug intake (contraceptive pills)
  • Do you have acne?
  • History of hair loss

Physical examination:

During the physical examination, your ANF therapists will thoroughly examine your body to see any abnormality. They will do the following examination:

  • Superficial palpation of your abdomen to check tenderness
  • Deep palpation of your dome to check to check any mass or tumour
  • Palpate your inguinal lymph nodes
  • See hair growth pattern
  • Examine the uterus (a female ANF Therapist will examine)

Application of ANF Devices:

After confirming the diagnosis ANF Therapists apply different types of ANF Devices to the affected area. According to Dr Mikel H-G Hoff, the main concern of ANF Devices is to remove inflammation that causes pain. This includes:

Anti-inflammatory Devices:

Dr Mikel H-G Hoff states that positive and negative inflammatory devices are applied to the affected area in opposite directions. These devices are designed to remove the chronic and active inflammation that causes pain and discomfort.

Anti-oxidant Devices:

These Devices named AGL, ACA and MC are placed between these anti-inflammatory Devices. They work by removing harmful free radicals from your body. MC Device relieves stress, anxiety, and depression associated with PCOS.

Expected outcome:

Medically this disease is treated with multiple medicines that can harm your health rather than treating it. ANF Therapy®️ shows promising results in treating PCOS within a month. It not only reduces the ongoing inflammation but also treats the underlying cause. With the help of ANF Devices, ANF Therapy®️ aims to normalize hormone levels and relieve inflammation.

Follow-up:

A regular follow-up with your ANF Therapists is necessary to check the outcome of the treatment and efficacy of the devices and continue treatment. You may need 4-6 sessions to completely heal your body.

Start your journey with ANF Therapy®️:

If you have PCOS and have used all treatment options but failed. Your approach to ANF Therapy®️ will be the life-changing option. For this, you can consult your nearby ANF Therapist or you can find ANF Therapist on www.findanf.com

Moreover, if you are a healthcare professional and want to treat your patient with the help of frequency medicine, learn more about ANF Therapy®️ and its clinical education program at www.anfacademy.com.

What are the differentials of polycystic ovarian syndrome?

There are some diseases that should be ruled out before confirming PCOS diagnosis. These are

  • Congenital adrenal hyperplasia
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Idiopathic or familial hirsutism
  • Ovarian carcinoma

How to prevent polycystic ovarian syndrome?

Healthy Diet

You can prevent polycystic ovarian syndrome by following measures.

  • A healthy diet to control your weight
  • Avoid inflammatory diets such as gluten
  • Exercise regularly
  • Stop smoking
  • Avoid sugar diet

What is the difference between PCOS and endometriosis?

PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome) and endometriosis are distinct conditions, both associated with female infertility but differing significantly in their causes and symptoms. PCOS is characterized by the presence of multiple cysts in the ovaries and is often associated with hormonal imbalances that can lead to irregular menstrual cycles, excessive hair growth, and insulin resistance.

Endometriosis, on the other hand, involves the growth of uterine tissue outside the uterus, such as on the ovaries, fallopian tubes, and even the pelvic lining. This can cause severe pain, especially during menstruation, and may lead to infertility. Unlike PCOS, which is related to the overproduction of certain hormones and metabolic issues, endometriosis is essentially a condition involving misplaced endometrial cells that cause inflammatory reactions in affected areas.

FAQs:

Can I have PCOS without having any symptoms?

Absolutely! It’s possible to have PCOS without showing any noticeable symptoms. Many women with PCOS remain asymptomatic, meaning they might not even know they have it until they face challenges such as unexplained weight gain or difficulties in conceiving.

Can you get pregnant with PCOS?

Yes, you can get pregnant if you have PCOS. PCOS makes your womb hard to conceive as well as increases the complications of pregnancy. Therefore, when you get pregnant while having PCOS regular visits a nearby ANF Therapist to avoid pregnancy-related complications.

At what age does PCOS start?

PCOS typically begins during a woman’s reproductive years, ranging from the onset of menstruation around age 14 to menopause, which generally occurs by age 50. This endocrine disorder can start manifesting at any time within these years as hormonal changes fluctuate.

Can PCOS cause miscarriage?

PCOS - miscarriage

Yes, PCOS can indeed increase the risk of miscarriage and other pregnancy-related complications. Women with PCOS often experience hormonal imbalances that can affect the uterine environment, making it more challenging to maintain a pregnancy. These hormonal irregularities can lead to issues with insulin resistance, inflammation, and other factors that are thought to contribute to higher miscarriage rates. The risk of miscarriage increases by 3 times in women with PCOS than others.

What is the difference between ovarian cysts and PCOS?

PCOS is an endocrine pathology that most commonly involves your ovaries and causes the formation of cysts that can be unilateral or lateral and halt the ovulation process. While an ovarian cyst is not an endocrine pathology. In it, a fluid-filled sac is formed in the ovaries that doesn’t halt your ovulation process.

Does ANF Therapy treat PCOS?

ANF Therapy®️ can effectively treat PCOS by eliminating inflammation without disrupting hormonal balance, addressing both symptoms and underlying causes.

About ANF Therapy®️

ANF Therapy®️ uses circular ANF Devices, which are applied directly on the skin after palpation and assessment by a trained ANF Therapist following the ANF Therapy®️ Method, Patented Model no. U202030252, ES1259974.

The ANF Therapy®️ purpose is the alleviation of injury and pain within minutes.

Our aim is that the patient experiences a reduction of pain and swelling, an increase in range of motion, and an improvement in quality of life related to health. Non-transdermal, non-invasive device, NO needles or chemicals are used.

Do you need help with your health issues? Have you been experiencing symptoms of Dopamine deficiency?

Contact us, and we will explain how we can help you!

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Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS); Signs, Symptoms and Advanced Treatment

Polycystic ovary syndrome

Table of Contents

Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is a condition where your ovaries become hyperactive, producing excess male hormone (androgen), leading to hormonal imbalance. It often presents with multiple ovarian cysts, irregular and sometimes painful periods, weight gain, acne, infertility and excessive hair growth (hirsutism).

ANF Therapy®️ can help manage hormonal imbalances and enhance fertility, allowing you to fully enjoy your marital life and the possibility of having children.

What is polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS)?

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS); Signs, Symptoms

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is a common endocrine pathology affecting young women of reproductive age. The term “poly” means “many,” and “cystic” refers to “fluid-filled cysts.” PCOS is characterized by multiple cysts (10-12 in number, 2-10 mm in diameter) in one or both ovaries. It is marked by an overproduction of androgens, hormones typically more prevalent in males.

The ovaries play a crucial role in egg formation, regulated by Luteinizing Hormone (LH) and Follicle-Stimulating Hormone (FSH). In PCOS, the hypersecretion of androgens disrupts the balance of LH and FSH, leading to irregular periods and the formation of multiple immature eggs that develop into cysts, resulting in infertility.

Moreover, In some cases, a woman’s body doesn’t produce enough hormones needed for ovulation. When ovulation doesn’t occur for months, the risk of developing cysts in the ovaries increases. These cysts then boost androgen production, leading to PCOS.

Onset of polycystic ovarian syndrome:

This usually affects females of reproductive age after menarche and before menopause. (usually 14-50 years of age)

How many women are affected by this syndrome?

It is the most common problem affecting women of reproductive age worldwide. About 15% of women are affected by PCOS worldwide in their reproductive age.

Comorbidities associated with PCOS:

Multiple comorbidities are linked with PCOS. These include:

  • Glucose intolerance
  • Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus
  • Endometrial cancer
  • Obstructive sleep apnea
  • Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
  • Obesity
  • Depression
  • Cardiovascular risk
  • Infertility
  • Metabolic syndrome

Types of PCOS:

There are about four types of PCOS. These include the following:

1-Adrenal PCOS:

This type of PCOS is often caused by the hyperactivation of adrenal glands located on top of the kidneys. In adrenal PCOS, these glands produce higher than normal levels of androgen, leading to the development of PCOS symptoms.

2-Insulin resistance PCOS:

This common type of PCOS is often linked to pollution, high sugar intake, smoking, and excessive trans fats. These factors cause your body’s insulin to become resistant, leading to an overproduction of insulin. This excess insulin triggers your ovaries to secrete more androgen hormones, preventing ovulation.

3-Inflammatory PCOS:

In this type of PCOS, chronic or active inflammation in your body prevents the release of eggs from your ovaries. Stress, environmental toxins, and inflammatory diets, such as gluten in people with celiac disease, can cause this inflammation.

4-Pill induced PCOS:

This is the second most common form of PCOS and occurs in women who use birth control pills, which suppress ovulation (the release of eggs). While some women regain their normal ovulation after stopping the pill or when the effect of the pill is over, others may experience prolonged suppression lasting from months to years.

What are the causes of polycystic ovarian syndrome?

The exact cause of polycystic ovarian syndrome is still unknown. However, it is believed that a high amount of androgen makes your ovaries incompatible with ovulation. However, there are some factors that are associated with PCOS. These are:

Genetic factors:

Studies showed that PCOS has a genetic predisposition and it runs in families. Therefore family history is important in diagnosing PCOS.

Insulin resistance:

A high level of insulin boosts androgen secretion in your body which is the main culprit behind PCOS.

Inflammation:

Inflammation in your body halts your ovulation process, leading to PCOS.

Liver problem:

Dr. Mikel H-G Hoff states that the liver is a critical organ in your body, responsible for over 500 functions. One of its key roles includes producing glutathione, an essential antioxidant necessary for eliminating harmful free radicals. When liver function is compromised, it can cause several health issues, including hormonal imbalances, hypo or hyperthyroidism, and oxidative stress, resulting in PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome). Moreover, Dr Mikel H-G Hoff explains that when your kidney and liver are not going well it will increase your risk of getting PCOS.

What are the signs and symptoms of polycystic ovarian syndrome?

There are a wide variety of symptoms caused by PCOS. Some women remain asymptomatic while some show different symptoms. These include:

1-Irregular or skip periods:

Multiple cysts in your ovaries can disrupt the release of eggs, leading to irregular or missed periods. These can occur at different times each month or not at all. Additionally, you might experience painful periods or periods with heavy bleeding.

2-Weight gain:

In insulin resistance PCOS, your body’s cells become less responsive to insulin, the hormone that regulates blood sugar levels. To compensate, your body produces extra insulin, which can increase your hunger, halt fat breakdown, and promote fat storage. This often leads to obesity or weight gain.

Weight gain

3-Hirsutism (abnormal hair growth):

Hair growth in a male pattern is mediated by the androgen hormone. In PCOS, this hormone is produced in excess amounts in females from their ovaries, resulting in increased hair growth in females called hirsutism. About 70% of the population have hirsutism.

4-Acne:

PCOS can increase the production of testosterone in your body. This testosterone hormone boosts skin cell production and sebaceous glands activity, leading to acne.

5-Hyperpigmentation:

PCOS increases the production of melanin hormone in the body, which is responsible for maintaining skin tone. An excess of melanin in the body causes hyperpigmentation, which forms patches around the neck, shoulder, armpits, and breast. This condition is called acanthosis nigricans.

6-Cysts:

Women having PCOS do not ovulate normally. Due to this multiple small fluid-filled sacs are formed inside the ovaries known as cysts.

7-Skin tags:

In PCOS skin tags are usually formed around your armpits and shoulder.

8-Infertility:

In PCOS, multiple cysts are formed in the ovaries that halt the ovulatory process and cause infertility.

9-Hair thinning:

Elevated levels of androgens in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) contribute to hair thinning and increased hair loss. Androgens, often referred to as male hormones, are present in higher amounts in women with PCOS. These hormones can affect the hair follicles, leading to a condition known as androgenic alopecia. This results in the hair becoming finer and more prone to shedding, particularly in areas where hair is usually thicker, such as the scalp. Consequently, many women with PCOS experience noticeable hair thinning and accelerated hair loss, which can significantly impact their appearance and self-esteem.

Management of polycystic ovarian syndrome with ANF Therapy®️:

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

PCOS is the most common condition and is overlooked due to a lack of education and sometimes remains unaddressed. An ANF Therapist diagnoses this disease clinically by taking a detailed history and physical examination.

History

In this step, the ANF Therapist gathers information by asking some questions regarding your disease. These include the following:

  • How old are you?
  • Age at Menarche: At what age did you have your first menstrual period?
  • Menstrual History: Are your periods regular, skipped, or irregular?
  • Abdominal Pain: Do you experience pain in your abdomen?
  • Abdominal Heaviness: Do you feel heaviness in your abdomen?
  • Excess Hair Growth: Have you noticed an increase in hair growth?
  • Conception History: How many times have you conceived?
  • Weight Gain: Have you experienced recent weight gain?
  • Family History: What is your family’s medical history?
  • History of drug intake (contraceptive pills)
  • Do you have acne?
  • History of hair loss

Physical examination:

During the physical examination, your ANF therapists will thoroughly examine your body to see any abnormality. They will do the following examination:

  • Superficial palpation of your abdomen to check tenderness
  • Deep palpation of your dome to check to check any mass or tumour
  • Palpate your inguinal lymph nodes
  • See hair growth pattern
  • Examine the uterus (a female ANF Therapist will examine)

Application of ANF Devices:

After confirming the diagnosis ANF Therapists apply different types of ANF Devices to the affected area. According to Dr Mikel H-G Hoff, the main concern of ANF Devices is to remove inflammation that causes pain. This includes:

Anti-inflammatory Devices:

Dr Mikel H-G Hoff states that positive and negative inflammatory devices are applied to the affected area in opposite directions. These devices are designed to remove the chronic and active inflammation that causes pain and discomfort.

Anti-oxidant Devices:

These Devices named AGL, ACA and MC are placed between these anti-inflammatory Devices. They work by removing harmful free radicals from your body. MC Device relieves stress, anxiety, and depression associated with PCOS.

Expected outcome:

Medically this disease is treated with multiple medicines that can harm your health rather than treating it. ANF Therapy®️ shows promising results in treating PCOS within a month. It not only reduces the ongoing inflammation but also treats the underlying cause. With the help of ANF Devices, ANF Therapy®️ aims to normalize hormone levels and relieve inflammation.

Follow-up:

A regular follow-up with your ANF Therapists is necessary to check the outcome of the treatment and efficacy of the devices and continue treatment. You may need 4-6 sessions to completely heal your body.

Start your journey with ANF Therapy®️:

If you have PCOS and have used all treatment options but failed. Your approach to ANF Therapy®️ will be the life-changing option. For this, you can consult your nearby ANF Therapist or you can find ANF Therapist on www.findanf.com

Moreover, if you are a healthcare professional and want to treat your patient with the help of frequency medicine, learn more about ANF Therapy®️ and its clinical education program at www.anfacademy.com.

What are the differentials of polycystic ovarian syndrome?

There are some diseases that should be ruled out before confirming PCOS diagnosis. These are

  • Congenital adrenal hyperplasia
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Idiopathic or familial hirsutism
  • Ovarian carcinoma

How to prevent polycystic ovarian syndrome?

Healthy Diet

You can prevent polycystic ovarian syndrome by following measures.

  • A healthy diet to control your weight
  • Avoid inflammatory diets such as gluten
  • Exercise regularly
  • Stop smoking
  • Avoid sugar diet

What is the difference between PCOS and endometriosis?

PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome) and endometriosis are distinct conditions, both associated with female infertility but differing significantly in their causes and symptoms. PCOS is characterized by the presence of multiple cysts in the ovaries and is often associated with hormonal imbalances that can lead to irregular menstrual cycles, excessive hair growth, and insulin resistance.

Endometriosis, on the other hand, involves the growth of uterine tissue outside the uterus, such as on the ovaries, fallopian tubes, and even the pelvic lining. This can cause severe pain, especially during menstruation, and may lead to infertility. Unlike PCOS, which is related to the overproduction of certain hormones and metabolic issues, endometriosis is essentially a condition involving misplaced endometrial cells that cause inflammatory reactions in affected areas.

FAQs:

Can I have PCOS without having any symptoms?

Absolutely! It’s possible to have PCOS without showing any noticeable symptoms. Many women with PCOS remain asymptomatic, meaning they might not even know they have it until they face challenges such as unexplained weight gain or difficulties in conceiving.

Can you get pregnant with PCOS?

Yes, you can get pregnant if you have PCOS. PCOS makes your womb hard to conceive as well as increases the complications of pregnancy. Therefore, when you get pregnant while having PCOS regular visits a nearby ANF Therapist to avoid pregnancy-related complications.

At what age does PCOS start?

PCOS typically begins during a woman’s reproductive years, ranging from the onset of menstruation around age 14 to menopause, which generally occurs by age 50. This endocrine disorder can start manifesting at any time within these years as hormonal changes fluctuate.

Can PCOS cause miscarriage?

PCOS - miscarriage

Yes, PCOS can indeed increase the risk of miscarriage and other pregnancy-related complications. Women with PCOS often experience hormonal imbalances that can affect the uterine environment, making it more challenging to maintain a pregnancy. These hormonal irregularities can lead to issues with insulin resistance, inflammation, and other factors that are thought to contribute to higher miscarriage rates. The risk of miscarriage increases by 3 times in women with PCOS than others.

What is the difference between ovarian cysts and PCOS?

PCOS is an endocrine pathology that most commonly involves your ovaries and causes the formation of cysts that can be unilateral or lateral and halt the ovulation process. While an ovarian cyst is not an endocrine pathology. In it, a fluid-filled sac is formed in the ovaries that doesn’t halt your ovulation process.

Does ANF Therapy treat PCOS?

ANF Therapy®️ can effectively treat PCOS by eliminating inflammation without disrupting hormonal balance, addressing both symptoms and underlying causes.

About ANF Therapy®️

ANF Therapy®️ uses circular ANF Devices, which are applied directly on the skin after palpation and assessment by a trained ANF Therapist following the ANF Therapy®️ Method, Patented Model no. U202030252, ES1259974.

The ANF Therapy®️ purpose is the alleviation of injury and pain within minutes.

Our aim is that the patient experiences a reduction of pain and swelling, an increase in range of motion, and an improvement in quality of life related to health. Non-transdermal, non-invasive device, NO needles or chemicals are used.

Do you need help with your health issues? Have you been experiencing symptoms of Dopamine deficiency?

Contact us, and we will explain how we can help you!

Inspired by what you just read? Share this with your friends and keep the inspiration flowing!