For some women with PCOS, pelvic physiotherapy can offer relief, especially if they experience pelvic pain or associated musculoskeletal concerns.
Hormonal Birth Control
Including birth control pills, patches, shots, and vaginal rings, these can help regulate the menstrual cycle and reduce excess hair growth and acne.
Such as spironolactone, can reduce excessive hair growth, acne, and hair loss on the scalp.
Originally developed for diabetes treatment, metformin can improve insulin levels and has shown promise in helping women with PCOS.
Medications like Clomid can stimulate the ovaries to produce more follicles, increasing the chance of pregnancy for those with fertility concerns due to PCOS.
Adopting a balanced diet, regular exercise, and maintaining a healthy weight can significantly improve symptoms and reduce the risk of complications. This approach is often the first recommended step in managing PCOS.
Education and Support
Gaining knowledge about PCOS and connecting with support groups can provide valuable coping tools and emotional relief for affected individuals.