What to Do About an Irregular Cycle
The typical approach for women (not seeking treatment for infertility) is the birth control pill. Unfortunately, this treatment only masks the disease by fixing some of the symptoms, but the root of the problem is still smoldering under the surface.
The best treatment for your overall health is to identify the underlying causes and systematically correct each problem.
If progesterone is low…use bioidentical progesterone timed with your cycle to make up the deficit.
If your body has a hard time dealing with sugar (insulin resistant)—help your cells respond to insulin better with certain supplements, lifestyle changes and as a last resort medication.
If you have high testosterone…then make lifestyle changes that can help or take something that will counteract the effects in your body.
By approaching the problem this way, you can restore the normal function of your body and have the best chance of reducing the risks associated with PCOS.
Are You Healthy Guide to Long and Irregular Cycles
For $2.99 this guidebook contains three steps to restoring balance for the treatment of irregular cycles:
Step One: Understand the possible underlying causes of long, irregular cycles
Step Two: Become an Expert on Yourself
Information on how to learn to chart your cycle and what are the signs of hormonal imbalance to look for that indicate your problem is hormone related
Step Three: What you can do about it!
What you can do for yourself in the form of lifestyle changes, vitamins, and supplements
What a doctor can do for you.
How to find a good physician and what to ask the office when you call to make an appointment
What questions to ask your doctor