Announcement: Natural PCOS Remedies to Shrink Ovarian Cysts, Gain Fertility & Other Benefits

December 27th, 2011

A few people have emailed me asking what my story is and why I recommend natural PCOS remedies so much and why I hate drugs and surgery as a way to shrink ovarian cysts and cure PCOS. My name is Jennifer Koch and this is a story about myself and my sister Katie who both had run ins with PCOS or ovarian cysts.

Click here to find out how Katie & I finally overcame PCOS and ovarian cysts

It starts with my sister who had been suffering from PCOS symptoms for quite some time. She had most of them, acne, hair growth on the face, weight gain and was subject to erratic and painful periods for years. Many doctors did not even twig this was polycystic ovary syndrome but after a few more opinions one doctor did confirm the problem.

The solution he found was drugs.

Hormone drugs, metformin and a bunch of others were given to Katie who was desperately trying to get pregnant with her new husband. She was stressed and sick and felt ugly and awful. She was having a really hard time and Niel her hubbie was very supportive but I don’t think he could quite understand what she was going through and to be honest, neither did I.

That is until I started having severe pains in my abdomen and back myself!

A trip to the doctor confirmed a huge ovarian cyst that had been growing for some time but not full blown PCOS. I was terrified and wanted an immediate solution. The doctor once again prescribed drugs but after seeing how USELESS they were with my sisters condition I refused and wanted another option.

He then suggested surgery but was at least good enough to tell me that surgery had serious risks and could damage my ovaries leading to infertility. The last options was to wait and see as they sometimes shrink on their own which is hardly an optimal PCOS cure.

It didn’t. In fact, it got bigger and more painful!

I decided to take matters into my own hands and started looking for another way. I had always been skeptical of natural ovarian cyst and natural PCOS remedies and natural treatments of any kind but i delved a little deeper.

I found a lot of misinformation and a lot of pseudo scientific junk but i did find enough bits an pieces to see that other women were having success with natural PCOS and ovarian cyst cures.

I was about to give up completely and opt for surgery!

However I finally found a guide that was recommended to me by a friendly internet user and former PCOS sufferer who said it would help my problem and my sisters. I was still skeptical but i contacted my sister who was very excited to try it because her erratic periods had basically ceased completely and was at her wits end.

I have to say that open looking at the guide and starting to follow it’s advice my skepticism started to melt away. Some things were absolute common sense which did annoy me a little but most of the guide told me and Katie how to apply some simple rules as well as some more complex things we had no idea about.

  • In about a month my ovarian cyst shrunk down to a normal size and i have not had one since and Katie was showing remarkable improvement.
  • A month after that Katie had shed about 22 pounds and her period had come back without pain.
  • Two months after that she fell pregnant for the first time due to natural PCOS remedies which gave her back her fertility and her health.

All i have to say is this PCOS treatment works to reverse the condition and also to shrink ovarian cysts. You do NOT need surgery, your do NOT need drugs … you just need a change in perception, lifestyle and a few little known methods that the pharmaceutical companies don’t want you to know so they can keep selling you drugs year after year.

If you are in the same shoes as I was or my sister was I highly recommend you click below to visit Ovarian Cyst Cures and to find out about the natural PCOS remedy they provide.

Natural PCOS Remedies

PCOS Has An Identity Crisis! – Change of Name Required?

May 3rd, 2013

PCOS Identity CrisisThe full title of PCOS is Polycystic Ovary Syndrome as most people know. However, there is a slight issue with this classification, you can have PCOS if you have enough of the prerequisite symptoms – but having ovarian cysts is actually not needed to be classed as having PCOS! Mind blowing right? Most women however do have cysts and many of them but the condition of PCOS is not defined by the cysts they have found. Instead is really is a complex hormonal, metabolic issue that has many facets. The complexity of this issue means that some health-care providers can also misdiagnose, or be unaware of the full issues.

All of this has been talked about recently at a conference where PCOS Diagnostic Criteria was discussed. As one fo the doctors put it “It is time to expeditiously assign a name that reflects the complex metabolic, hypothalamic, pituitary, ovarian, and adrenal interactions that characterize the syndrome,” – Much better put that I can do!

What frightens me is the insinuation that health-care providers really do not know how to diagnose PCOS, or that they might diagnose PCOS when it is not PCOS either!

The good thing is that they have setup some research to more fully understand PCOS, how to diagnose it, and this might lead to a change of name that would reflect this complex condition.

I just have one question … do I need to change the name of my website if they do this!!! :P

 

PCOS, Insulin Resistance and Good Sleep

April 27th, 2013

sleep and pcosGetting enough sleep is essential to conquering insulin resistance which is a major cause of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. However, just catching some extra time napping is not going to suffice. Let’s take a quick look at the underlying reasons why, and a closer look at insulin resistance too.

The hormone insulin regulates your metabolism of fats and carbohydrates in your body. It absorbs glucose (energy) from your bloodstream to do important work ni the body. The balance of insulin is incredibly important when looking at your overall health. When your insulin levels destabilise – and especially for long periods of time – the outcomes are not good and you can be beset by diabetes, and PCOS. There is plenty of evidence however to show that good and balanced levels of insulin are highly related to good sleep.

Insulin Resistance

Now we know something of insulin, we can look at a condition called insulin resistance. This is where the body cannot lower the blood sugar levels in an efficient way. To combat the high blood sugar the body releases even more insulin so that some of the malfunctioning hormones would work and the blood sugar eventually goes down. This floods the body with insulin and keeps your blood suagr too high for too long. Both which cause serious issues – but you can make insulin more sensitive …

How Sleep Helps You

While not the only reason for insulin resistance, a study by a Dr. Donga and a team of scientists at Leiden University Medical Centre in Holland found that lack of sleep does indeed cause reduced insulin sensitivity. A single night of poor sleep in fact was all it took to begin this slide into poor insulin! Not a week, just a single disturbed night of sleep. So, if you are not getting enough sleep, or getting poor sleep for whatever reason can you imagine have far degraded your insulin sensitivity might be?

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)

So we get to the link between PCOS and insulin resistance. These conditions almost go hand in hand in fact. 50-70% of women with PCOS have insulin resistance. While this is a correlation and not causation, it is probably also true that those who tested against insulin resistance might still have it, but to a lesser degree as to not be picked up by the tests. If this is a significant cause of PCOS then the link between insulin resistance and poor sleep is something that needs to be looked into and curing bad sleep might just improve your PCOS.

Lifestyle Changes For Better Sleep

Sleeping well is not just good for your general rest and recovery. Good sleeping practices will help you maintain optimal insulin balance an efficiency in your body.

Here are some tips for excellent sleep:

  • brain keeping you awake?8 hours sleep is usually the optimal amount you need. Try to get close to 8 hours sleep a night, if you wake up really groggy though, try getting an extra hour a your sleep cycle might be a bit different form others.
  • Set a bedtime ans stick to it! No going to bed when you feel sleepy as you might miss your chance. A routine will enforce better sleep.
  • Try not to have any caffeinated drinks such as (coffee, tea, cola drinks etc) particularly at night
  • Make sure there are no distractions in your bedroom such as blinking lights. Keep it dark and quiet and a good temperature.
  • Meditation can be very helpful for some.
  • To avoid your brain running around in circles keeping you awake, try to keep a notebook to jot down things you need to do if those unfinished tasks are causing you some stress. Jot it down, go back to sleep!
  • Sometimes doing something monotonous can help you doze off. Try some simple maths additions in your head boring and repetitive and can perhaps silence the active brain and send you to slumber.
  • Try to avoid computer screens for an hour before bed. This includes your phone! Studies have shown computer screens before bed can lead to very poor sleep
  • If you stop breathing while asleep, have a sore throat in the morning, fall asleep on the couch in the afternoon or early evening, and/or snore, go to your doctor to see if you suffer from sleep apnea.
  • Sex – you know it works. An orgasm helps you relax like nothign else and leads to better overall sleep.

I hope that helps you get more rest! For more info on eliminating PCOS to get your health and life back on track, check out the Natural Ovarian Cysts Relief Secrets ebook that I recommend :)

 

 

 

 

Root Causes of PCOS – A Review

April 22nd, 2013

Finding The Root Causes of PCOSThis might have been covered in previous posts but it still surprises me, and might surprise you that one in ten women around the world suffer from PCOS at some level. Just look around when you see a lot of other women and you will likely be in similar company who are struggling right along side you whether they know it or not.

The frustration of all women with this condition is high, and those who do not realise they have this problem are probably doubly frustrated and have no idea what is going on. Knowledge is power, and just knowing you have PCOS is powerful – but knowing the root causes is extremely powerful.

Poly Cystic Ovary Syndrome is not something that just affects your ovaries which might come as a surprise to you though. It goes deeper than this and effects you hormones, your mood, your energy, heck your whole damned body! There is also a risk that if you do not treat PCOS properly it can leave you susceptible to a bunch of other illnesses such as type 2 Diabetes, obesity, heart disease, cancer, high blood pressure and many more.

What Are the Root Causes of PCOS Then?

1. Insulin resistance

I have discussed insulin resistance before in this blog. It is the one root cause we are quite certain is at the very base of all PCOS symptoms. In short, our body produces a hormone called insulin which regulates the metabolism of sugars/carbohydrates in our body (as well as some other duties). Insulin resistance is when this hormone is not working correctly in the body and not doing its job basically!

Insulin resistance is in part genetic, but is more often than not caused by a combination of lifestyle factors such as faulty diet, stress, toxins in the body, and many others issues. Studies have shown that 70% of women with PCOS have insulin resistance making this the key root cause of this condition. This does not matter if you are overweight, thin, fit or not – which may surprise some. However, women who are obese have a much higher chance of having this problem.

2. Inflammation

A new root cause of PCOS has also been found that works in conjunction with insulin resistance which is inflammation. Chronic low grade inflammation of much of your body is a serious issue and can go undetected for a long, long time. Many women with PCOS are found to have this issue making it quite closely linked with insulin resistance and all the other symptoms of PCOS

This can often be attributed to food allergies and intolerance’s. Some problem foods such as gluten, artificial flavours, preservatives and various chemicals can trigger an immune response which is inflammation of various parts of the body. This is not because our immune system wants to harm us in any way, it is actually trying to protect us, but it can have unfortunate consequences when this continues long term and becomes chronic. Not only will the body destroy allergens, but many useful cells in the body might get destroyed along with them. This autoimmune condition is basically a reaction to internal toxins or external environmental health hazards.

Obesity is something that is often talked about as a root cause of PCOS, however this is kind of a chicken or egg argument. PCOS can cause obesity, but obesity can also lead to inflammation and insulin resistance as well. Either way it is a bad thing, but it cannot be called a root cause -  just to clarify

So if you can se some of the root causes in yoruself, or a loved one and they are suffering from PCOS, then you need to know how to combat these issues. Treating the symptoms of PCOS may bring relief, but it will never cure PCOS at its very inception. To find out more check out the eBook I recommend called Natural Ovarian Cysts Relief Secrets I cannot gurantee it will be an amazing

Help Getting Pregnant With PCOS

March 25th, 2010
Help getting pregnant with pcos

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There are ways you can increase you chances of conceiving with PCOS however and it basically revolves around treating the root causes of PCOS and not just the immediate problem of falling pregnant. This is important because if you still suffer the hormonal imbalanced of PCOS there is a much higher chance of miscarriage as well. As such here are a few steps you need to take to improve your chances of falling pregnant, avoiding miscarriage and curing PCOS at the same time!

Detox

We nearly all live in an environment of toxic substances that attack our bodies in small ways. Detoxification can be dealt with externally and internally as well.

Externally you want to rid your home of substances that are toxic. Get rid of chemicals and sprays that are suspect and replace chemical cleaners with more organic alternatives. Living in a cleaner environment does amazing things for your body and help the environment too.

Internally however you must also pay close attention to. Flushing the accumulated toxins from your body allows better working of all of your organs and the process of detoxing will boost your immune system as well which is vital for a healthy pregnancy. A neat site on detoxification

Diet

This is the big one in my opinion. I used to eat what I thought was a moderately healthy diet but really it was full of toxins and terrible things for my body. I believe this was the main cause of a very painful ovarian cyst I developed. Changing what you eat will help balance hormones and control blood sugar levels which is essential for your healthy pregnancy and chances of conceiving.

Low GI foods are a good place to start. Having foods which release sugars into the body slowly means your body will not be flooded with insulin due to your condition of insulin resistance which is part and parcel of PCOS. This means eating foods which have complex carbohydrates and not simple carbohydrates. The most basic way of saying this is to not eat processed foods and instead eat more natural and raw foods instead.

Avoiding sugars is also a major part of controlling blood sugars and hormones. Cutting back on sugary foods will help a great deal but also finding foods that have a lot of sugary hidden in them such as juices which are often full of sugars despite advertising being healthy!

Exercise

Along with diet exercise must be performed to invigorate the body and also to lose weight. Weight loss helps reduce the severity of inulin resistance and while it is more difficult for those with PCOS to lose weight regular light exercise can have an amazing effect when combined with a good diet.

Stress

Or more importantly not stressing is also helpful in controlling your hormones. Stress lowers your immune system and increases a hormone called cortisol which is yet another hormone thrown into a volatile mix which can lead to the symptoms of PCOS and infertility.

Destressing is a great help getting pregnant with PCOS and is something you must customise to your particular situation. My best advice is that you should not sweat the little things and not worry about things you cannot change. Once you can step back form the niggles in life you can focus on the big picture and it will stress you less.

For more information about these things that will help you combat PCOS and finally help you become pregnant and carry your child to term check out Natural Ovarian Cysts Relief Secrets as it helped my sister do exactly that.

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Diet – More Food Information

March 18th, 2010

PCOS Diet FoodsI talk a lot about diet and food when dealing with PCOS as this is a major part of naturally treating the condition. A Polycystic Ovary Syndrome diet can be a complex thing for many women to grasp though. As such I wanted to talk a little more in depth about a few aspects of PCOS and food.

Proteins

Maintaining good levels of protein is very important. Protein helps your body do a few things such as:

  • Building and repairing body tissues.
  • Producing enzymes, hormones, and other substances the body uses.
  • Regulating your body processes, such as transporting nutrients, and making muscles contract.
  • Keeps the body healthy by resisting diseases
  • Produces stamina and energy.

Some of these are more important than others in combating PCOS but the bottom line is protein is very helpful and sometimes when we go on diets to lose weight (which is needed to stop PCOS) we forget about protein.

Try to get your protein from sources that are low in fat however including chicken, fish, low fat cheese and soy.

Fats

Speaking of fats, not all fast are bad. We are often led to believe that all fats are some sort of evil designed to make us expand like balloons but the truth is more complex.

You may have heard of essential fatty acids or omega 3 fats which are actually very good for you. These fats can be found in fish primarily such as mackerel, salmon and sardines. These are fats you want more of.

The worst sorts of fats however are called trans-fats. These are chemically “changed” fats that have a very bad reputation among nutritionists. Products such as margarine are trans-fatty for instance and have had many studies linking them with diabetes. This should make those with insulin resistance and PCOS take note. Check on the ingredients labels of foods and if they have partially hydrogenated on it then try to avoid them as much as possible.

Carbohydrates

Carbs are essential to give you energy you need to do basically everything! However carbs are good for you or bad for you depending on the TYPE of carbohydrate. For those that might not be up to speed on this a quick rundown is as follows.

  • Complex carbs are found in unrefined foods usually and take longer to digest and thus release sugars into the body slowly. This helps your body cope with blood sugar levels and makes your insulin resistance less problematic.
  • Simple Carbs are the opposite. They are digested quickly and send your blood sugar through the rood very quickly provoking a response for insulin in your body which floods the hormone pathways creating the imbalances that cause PCOS symptoms.

So if people tell you to go on a low carb diet they are not totally informed of the whole picture. Make sure you eat complex carbs and cut out the simple carbs and you will manage your blood sugar levels better and it will help you lose weight as well.

All of this and more is outlined in the recommended book on this site: Natural Ovarian Cysts Relief Secrets

However another publication that deals with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Diet help can be found on amazon here:

The Insulin-Resistance Diet–Revised and Updated: How to Turn Off Your Body’s Fat-Making Machine

This is quite a good book too actually but I feel its total focus on diet does not cover the entire holistic approach needed to get rid of PCOS for good.

Insulin Resistance, PCOS and You

March 15th, 2010

Insulin resistance, PCOS and the symptoms of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome are all linked together in a chain. I often talk about insulin resistance being the root cause of PCOS and wanted to spend a little more time today delving into this matter.

What is Insulin Resistance?

This is a condition where the body does not respond well to insulin. Insulin is a hormone that takes sugars in the blood and uses them to power the body, in a normal person cells in the body always accept insulin to enter and power their functions. When you have insulin resistance your cells for some reason do not always accept insulin. This results in high blood sugar levels because the sugars are not being dealt with which in turn makes the body release MORE insulin to counter it.

The result is what is known as hyperinsulinemia or too much insulin in the blood. This is what starts the hormonal imbalance in the body that characterises PCOS.

What Causes Insulin Resistance?

There is no known exact cause of this condition. Some say is is genetic and you are born with it and other say that lack of exercise and obesity causes it. However insulin resistance may also be the cause of obesity too. The chick and the egg question really. Insulin Resistance and PCOS are not always together though. If you have PCOS you do have insulin resistance but if you have insulin resistance you may not have PCOS. In fact if you conquer PCOS you may still have insulin resistance but you manage it so well it will not bother you.

What to do about Insulin Resistance

Dealing with insulin resistance, PCOS and the symptoms of PCOS are all the same thing. What must be done is to control your blood sugar and also to keep a balance to your hormones. This is sometimes hard to grasp but when you think of your internals like a machine that reacts to what you put into it and how you use it you can almost visualise the levels of insulin, androgens, estrogen and so forth that all must function properly to be free of PCOS.

A lot of this is diet related but there are many other facets phsyically and then there is the wntire mental game that makes or breaks your efforts.

I highly recommend Natural Ovarian Cysts Relief Secrets which has helped many people including my sister to overcome PCOS and insulin resiatance not just temporarily but for the long term.

PCOS Hair Growth Treatment

March 12th, 2010

PCOS Hair Growth TreatmentI recieved an email the other day from a women with PCOS who was mostly concerned with hirsutism otherwise known as excessive hair growth. She wanted to know about PCOS hair growth treatment options so I thought I would tell everyone a little of what I researched.

Personally I think that treating the symptoms of a problem is a bit of a waste of time when ou could be treating the underlying cause of the condition. However I do have to admit that hirsutism can be incredibly embarressing and damaging to a womens self esteem. As such a twofold approach is needed … but first for those who might be here for the first time a little bit of insight into WHY you suffer from hair growth.

PCOS is the result of a condition called insulin resistance which causes hormone imbalances in your body as a result. This hormone imabalnce gives rise to androgens such as testosterone, a primarily male hormone which women usually do not produce too much of. This increase in testosterone causes many problems with oen being hirsutism. As such you can treat the symptom and remove the hair but it will always grow back while you have PCOS.

So what is the solution?

Work on your insulin resistance fist and foremost. While you are doing this you can see that hair is removed regularly and somewhere down the line you will end up realising you are not removing hair anymore ebcause your hormones are back to normal.

Hair Removal

I have a little bit of hair and I usually opt for a little bit of shaving. It is cheap, gets good results and if you are careful is free from any risk of infections and rashes though they can happen. Other methods include using hair removal creams (not advised as they smell very bad and leave rashes) or plucking which takes forever.

Other more high tech solutions include electolysis and laser treatment. Both these methods do not work for everyone however and are expensive and can still be painful.

If you ask me shaving and plucking will do for most women and will save you money and time you need for the real way for PCOS hair growth treatment.

PCOS Insulin Resistance Treatment

Stopping the hormonal imbalance is your primary goal. Stopping the excessive flow of testosterone is the only way to stop the hair growth for good and doing so is mroe than a simple action like shaving.

You must change your lifestyle, your eating habits, your exercise habits and also your mental habits.

The 3 main points I continue to tell women are:

  • Eat a healthy diet free from hormones and sugars. The fresher the food the better and the lower the GI the better to help with the bodies problem with blood sugar.
  • Exercise is essential. Many women who have lost just a few pounds have managed to shrug off symptoms of PCOS they thought they were stuck with forever.
  • De-Stress. Stress lowers your immune system and also creates more hormones which interfere with a body already out of control with imbalances. Being less stressed will help your health and well being and if you follow the chain will stop hirsutism too.

All these things and more are outlined in the  recommended guide on this site: Natural Ovarian Cysts Relief Secrets

PCOS Herbal Remedies – Are Herbs Enough?

March 4th, 2010

One part of natural PCOS remedies and most natural remedies for that matter are herbs. PCOS herbal remedies are indeed something you can use to help you overcome polycystic ovary syndrome but are they enough to get you the results you need?

In my opinion, no.

Herbal supplements are just that; supplements. Meant to aid your health and well being but they are not cure all pills just as medication will not cure everything either. They are very useful and are much better than medication due to most PCOS herbal remedies being free from side effects but they are supplementary to your total cure for PCOS.

To really get rid of this condition you must take a more holistic approach which involves a range of measures designed to combat the underlying cause of the hormonal imbalances in your body. More on how to do this through the highly recommended guide Natural Ovarian Cysts Relief Secrets which does include a decent amount of information on herbal supplements and ways to use herbs for pain relief.

However if you did come here to find some PCOS herbal remedies there is one I recommend

Gymnema

PCOS Herbal RemediesGymnema sylvestre as it is fully known is a herb that has been used for thousands of years. IT is becoming more popular and can be taken in a simple pill form that can be bought from health food stores and online.

Basically it is helpful in reducing your blood sugar levels which are a major problem in PCOS sufferers because of their insulin resistance. Insulin is overproduced to deal with blood sugar causing massive hormonal imbalances leading to the various symptoms of the condition.

Diabetes sufferers have been raving about this herb as a help for their more serious condition as they are linked to PCOS problems too.

It is suggested that you can take a dosage of 400 to 600 mg daily as studies have shown no adverse effects using this supplement at all.

PCOS Acne Cure – Quick Ways to Reduce Acne While Treating PCOS

February 27th, 2010
PCOS Acne Cure

PCOS Acne Cure?

One symptom of PCOS that can be frustrating and embarrassing is the acne that becomes a chronic problem for some women. A PCOS acne cure is sometimes desperately needed by these women whose self esteem can be ravaged by this symptom and these are ways to combat acne directly.

Like anything I recommend on this site an acne cure is not a once shot thing from a miracle pill but is instead a natural and holistic way of dealing with the problems. You can try all the acne creams and ointments but in the end this will not work because the underlying condition which is your hormonal imbalances will make them come back again and again if you are predisposed to acne with PCOS.

Another reason why you should not trust the phramcy and doctors is that some of the newer “miracle drugs” like Accutane or Isotretinoin have a list of harmful side effects that you need to know about.

  • From the mild ones such as: dry lips, dry eyes, nosebleeds, extremely dry skin, increased sensitivity to the sun and thinning hair.
  • To the more harmful ones such as: Severe aches and pains in the lower back and large joints, major allergy reactions including moderate rashes and difficulty to breath, vision problems, hearing loss, permanent liver damage, persistent migraines and headaches as well as a rare condition called skeletal hyperostosis. There are also reports of these drugs causing birth defects in pregnant women or soon to be pregnant women.

In short, you owe it to yourself to naturally put an end to acne and save yourself even more health problems because it is hard enough living with PCOS to start with!

PCOS Acne Cure Tips

  • Beware too much Vitamin A – Vitamins are good for you in the right amounts. Vitamin A comes from green leafy vegetables but too much of these can actually damage your liver and cause more skin problems. Moderation is always the key.
  • Make face washing a better routine – Just splashing some water on your face is not good enough and so is rubbing too vigorously with soap or your towel. Instead spend a good 5 minutes steaming your face over a hot bowl of water. After this apply soap and lukewarm water and rub your face with your fingers in a cicular motion gently. Once you are done wash gently and pat dry your face with a soft towel.
  • Avoid Sugar - This helps with your PCOS and weight loss as well. Sugar is our modern plague and is in so many foods we do not even think about it. Make sure to cut your sugar intake and stop buying processed and packaged foods which use ungodly amounts of sugars in the. Fruit juice is also as bad as soda in many cases, go from fresh fruit instead.
  • Avoid Dairy products – Milk and cream and cheese though tasty are bad news for your body. They contain a huge amount of hormones that interfere with your natural state and lead to acne and other PCOS symptoms. It also causes mucus and produces sebum oil which produces acne in turn.
  • Zinc – Zinc supplements can be of help as zinc is known to reduce oil production in the body and the skin which can help fight against acne. This can take some time though and is not a miracle pill, just another way to help the body cope.

There are many more things you can do in a PCOS acne cure and following the advice of the guide I recommend on this site “Natural Ovarian Cysts Relief Secrets” will help you end your acne problems.

Another interesting guide from someone with the same thoughts and mindset as myself and the author of the previously mentioned guide is “Acne No More” by Mike Walden. This is a totally natural and holistic way of dealing with the underlying causes of acne to get rid of it completely. In fact of you follow Mikes advice you will also go a long way to solving your PCOS problems as well.

About Me


Hi, I am Jennifer Koch and my sister and I have both had run ins with PCOS and Ovarian Cysts. We wanted to let other women know that drugs and surgery are not the answer and that you can have a natural cure for these problems just like we did.

Recommended Reading

Natural Ovarian Cysts Relief Secrets blows the lid on the industry that is profiting from your pain and infertility. It also details exactly how you can naturally eliminate cysts and reverse PCOS for good.

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