How is PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome) treated?
Currently medical treatments can not offer a 'cure' for PCOS. However, the good news is that many of the symptoms and health risks can be managed successfully without medical intervention, through good nutrition, exercise and a healthy lifestyle.
Kate Davies, Fertility Nurse Consultant, is passionate about how lifestyle changes and losing weight can really help you to take control of your PCOS. Kate’s tells us more about managing your PCOS symptoms through lifestyle changes, dietary supplements and also medical treatments.
Watch our #PCOSPower video series:
- What is PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome)?
- What is the cause of PCOS?
- What are the symptoms of PCOS?
- What are the long-term health implications of PCOS?
- How is PCOS treated?
- PCOS and getting pregnant
- PCOS and pregnancy
- How can PCOS make you feel?
- How is PCOS diagnosed?
- How can diet & exercise affect PCOS?
- Can complementary therapies help PCOS?
- How to prepare before seeing your doctor about PCOS?
- What can you do to improve hair and skin PCOS?
- Where can you get help and support for PCOS?
- Meet The Expert Kate Davies, Fertility Nurse Consultant