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1 in every 10 women in the United States are diagnosed with PCOS, yet are still confused with what that even means for their future as a potential mother. Does this sound familiar to you?

Many women hear the term "PCOS," but may not know exactly what it stands for, nor what it is.

PCOS is short for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, and it is a common hormonal disorder among women between the ages of 20 and 45 years.

Although common, the symptoms that coincide with the condition can be quite bothersome, and may include:
Weight gainExcessive hair growth, typically on the face, chest, or back regionsIrregular periods, or even absence of periodsHair loss from the scalpMood swingsDifficulties getting pregnant
According to UChicagoMedicine, PCOS heightens the risk of getting diabetes, endometrial cancer, sleep apnea, and cardiovascular irregularities later on in life if not properly treated and monitored.

All hope is not lost though, so don't give up just yet! There is always an answer for everything, no matter how many times you feel like you're circling around the same issue.

In PCOS, you will discover:
The 4 types of PCOS to be aware of, along with the best ways to treat them effectively at homeThe surprising truth behind what to expect with PCOS symptomsThe #1 type of food to avoid in order to reduce the intensity of your symptomsHow the food you consume can either harm or help your recovery from the disorder, as well as what they areWhich natural healing agents are effective for the treatmentWhy becoming pregnant while having PCOS isn't impossible and how to increase your chancesThe bad habits damaging your likelihood of fertilityThe one pill most doctors recommend as the holy grail for treatment
And much more.

Even if you have been told by your doctor that you have no chance of getting pregnant because of PCOS, there may still be a possibility for you. Where there is a will, there is a way, and if you have always wanted kids of your own, then you owe it to yourself to seek out all the information out there.

There are many misconceptions about the condition, often confusing both doctors as well as their patients, but now is the time to put your foot down and demand an explanation.

It may not even be the pregnancy issue that concerns you the most, but the frustrating weight fluctuations and constant acne.

You may be thinking, "Why me? I don't want to deal with this right now like you said, the condition in itself is not fatal," and then box it up and shove it onto the subconscious shelf labeled: "I'll do it later."

Putting off medical conditions for a later time often has a way of creeping back into your life, usually having evolved into something much more significant than when it had just started out.

Do yourself a favor: get down to the bottom of your troublesome condition, and finally, let go of your persistent worry and aggravation.

If you want to discover how you can break free from the grasp of PCOS and its burdens, and open up the option of starting a family of your own, then you need this book today!

Health & Well-Being
October 20
Jessica Olson