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Polly's Mystic Ovary Syndrome

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) affects 12-21% of Australian women of reproductive age. This metabolic disorder has serious health consequences, yet 70% of those affected go undiagnosed.

The symptoms of PCOS include excess hair (hirsutism), hair loss, acne, weight gain, difficulties with fertility, increased anxiety and depression and symptoms associated with periods.

A healthy lifestyle is one of the most important aspects of managing PCOS successfully.

The keys to managing PCOS well include:

  • A good understanding of how it’s caused and the effect of PCOS on the body

  • A healthy approach to eating and physical activity

  • Appropriate medical therapies

For personal assistance with developing a healthy eating and lifestyle plan contact Nurture Family Allied Health today to discuss your options with our team.

Source: Jean Hailes - For Women’s health

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