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PCOS And Your Thyroid: How They’re Linked and What You Need To Do?

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At Welling Homeopathy, we consult to women suffering from PCOS and Thyroid and we have experienced that more than 25% women that consult us for either of the illness have other one too. Our specially formulated CUREplus Homeopathy treatment for PCOS and Thyroid can help you find a complete solution for both.

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Tiredness, constipation, brain fog, infertility, weight gain, depression… sound familiar? Polycystic Ovary Syndrome or PCOS and hypothyroidism have more links than you might imagine, from signs and symptoms to causes and treatments.

PCOS and hypothyroidism.. You may not think that they’re linked, but hypothyroidism is actually one of the most common ‘hidden’ causes of PCOS. A quarter of all women with PCOS have a thyroid condition, but this largely goes undiagnosed.

When we search for more, we see that PCOS and hypothyroidism affect one another markedly. This means it is critical we look at both conditions to tailor a successful treatment plan.

Let’s take a look at your thyroid, similarities between PCOS and hypothyroidism, what testing is appropriate, and what can be done to improve both challenges in one fell swoop.

Know Your Thyroid

This small gland sits at the base of your neck and is made up of two lobes, the right and left. The functions of your thyroid gland are controlled by the pituitary gland, which is, in turn, controlled by your hypothalamus. Both are located in your incredible brain.

What Does Your Thyroid Do?

This gland releases powerful hormones, vital for maintaining your health and wellbeing. It flames the spark of your energy furnaces, which helps release energy for all of your metabolic processes. To cut a long story short, your thyroid gland is the metabolic engine of your body. That’s why when we have hypothyroidism — or a sluggish thyroid — everything other than the aging process slows down. We feel tired, foggy brained, our ability to burn fat takes a back seat, our mood can plummet, even our fertility can stagnate.

PCOS And Hypothyroidism: What’s The Connection?

The evidence shows us that hypothyroidism is more common in women with PCOS. And I believe that there are such important links that a sluggish thyroid ought to be considered in every suspected and diagnosed case of PCOS.

Let’s take a look why.

Both conditions can cause:

  • Fatigue
  • Depression
  • Menstrual irregularities
  • Increased miscarriage rates
  • High cholesterol
  • Weight gain
  • Increased sweating
  • Pain
  • Irritability
  • Infertility (including ‘of unknown cause’)
  • Recurrent miscarriage
  • Scalp hair loss
  • Trouble losing weight
  • Low FSH (follicle stimulating hormone) levels
  • Low sex hormone-binding globule (SHBG)

Have you been struggling with PCOS and thyroid problems?

Many women with PCOS and thyroid don’t conceive even after trying to conceive for years. They try Clomid or Letrozole without success due to premature ovarian failure. It means their ovaries not functioning properly and eggs are not maturing. In the absence of an egg, conception wouldn’t take place.They feel like they never conceive.

The Real Cause of PCOS and Thyroid

Are you sitting most of the time in your day?

If you lead a sedentary lifestyle, you are prone to a disease called insulin resistance. Insulin resistance is a condition in which your pancreas not producing enough insulin or body cells resisting excess insulin. Insulin resistance is the root cause of PCOS, thyroid.

Meet our experts today for a complete solution for PCOS and Thyroid. If you are facing difficulty conceiving, we also have a specially formulated Homeopathy treatment to help you conceive naturally with PCOS and thyroid.

Call 8080 850 950 to arrange a personal consultation with our specialist or chat with our doctors here.