Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a widespread and complex condition that’s the leading cause of low female fertility. PCOS is the most common single cause of female infertility, and its treatment is very important. The complexity of the condition and its connections with Endometriosis have inspired us to explain both conditions in great detail as, between them, they cause the majority of (non-age-related) female infertility.
Viable PCOS treatments vary from weight loss, diet changes or herbs to medication and surgery, and this is an overview.
Natural treatments rely on rebalancing the hormonal and metabolic issues that drive the condition:
Nutrition and diet are crucial factors in creating and resolving PCOS.
Herbal medicine has been a central part of fertility treatments for centuries, and herbal combinations can significantly improve ovulation rates.
Weight loss is the first line of treatment for overweight women with PCOS as it changes hormone balance to improve fertility and birth rates.
PCOS has various causes, and the most successful way to reverse the condition is to focus on personal fertility dynamics.
Medical treatments for PCOS usually revolve around hormonal drugs, but there are three stages of options, with surgery or IVF the last stage.