• 3-part guide to understanding PCOS

  • Exactly what you need  to know

  • The life-changing facts about your menstrual cycle that your mom never told you (because she doesn't know either!)

  • Discover the 6 root causes of PCOS that go unnoticed by most doctors

  • How to find the right doctor and get the most out of your doctor appointments

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The most comprehensive 

guide to understanding PCOS

Get to know your body and your hormones

Know if your hormones are erratic, what contributes to hormonal imbalance, how this affects your weight, mood, skin, menstrual cycles, energy levels, fertility... and  why you should care.

How PCOS is diagnosed

The truth is, it presents differently for everyone. There are several different criteria used for diagnosis, with varying degrees of severity. Learn the criteria and the symptoms associated with PCOS. 

Discover what's causing your PCOS

Learn the root causes of PCOS – including high cortisol, adrenal fatigue, leaky gut, chronic inflammation, blood sugar levels, and insulin resistance.

Why you should treat the root causes of PCOS

All women are different. Some women with PCOS have very few symptoms besides lack of ovulation or irregular periods, while others will experience many. Symptoms can have various individual or combined causes. Understand why you should treat the root causes of PCOS rather than just the symptoms.  

Health risks associated with PCOS

In addition to the long list of symptoms associated with PCOS, there are also many long-term risks if left untreated. Learn what they are so you understand why it’s so important to reverse your PCOS. 

Hormonal birth control and why it may not be right for you

Hormonal birth control is a common choice for people looking to “fix” their hormones. While it may seem like a great idea, there are lots of reasons why it may not be the best option.

The best non-hormonal birth control options

While hormonal birth control has played a pivotal role in the women’s movement, it’s no longer the best option. More and more women are embracing their natural cycles and using non-hormonal methods of contraception. Learn about non-hormonal options and choose which one is best for you.  

Your menstrual cycle (hint: it's more than just your period)

There’s more to a menstrual cycle than just bleeding – it’s a complex mix of hormones and body processes. Misunderstanding your cycle can lead to a host of problems, so it’s crucial to develop an understanding of your body and how it works.

The four phases of your menstrual cycle and how they affect your life

The cycle begins on the first day of your period and lasts until your next period begins. It consists of four phases: menstrual, follicular, ovulation, and luteal. Learn more about each phase and the surprising impact they have on your energy levels, sex drive, appetite, and more.

Cycle tracking and hormonal awareness

Tracking your cycle isn’t only about pregnancy or taking precautions to prevent it. It allows you to become more aware of your body and its changing needs throughout your cycle, so you can adjust your lifestyle choices accordingly.

The most accurate way to track your cycle

Regardless of whether you’re tracking your fertility to avoid pregnancy or to get pregnant, most period or fertility tracking apps are not 100% accurate, as they rely on previous data to formulate predictions. Learn the most accurate method for cycle tracking and become more tuned into your cycle, know when you’re at your peak sex-drive and have greater pleasure and increased intimacy.

Cyclical nature, TCM, Ayurveda, and how you can get in sync

The concept of women observing and adjusting their lives to align with the natural rhythm of their menstrual cycles dates back centuries and can be seen in several different cultures. Learn what it means to align your life with your cycle. 

Learn about your luteal phase and PMS

During this time, you may experience emotional sensitivity or fatigue. However, when you know that this is related to hormone fluctuation, you can remind yourself that it’s a phase that will soon pass. 

Ovulation and how it relates to your overall health

Regular ovulation is a key sign that your hormones are balanced. Regular cycles indicate good hormonal health and they are an important health goal, regardless of your family planning goals. Learn how to know if and when you're ovulating and what this means for your overall health.

Consider yourself ‘pre-pregnant’ 

If you'd like to conceive, consider yourself 'pre-pregnant' at least four months before trying. Learn what this means and why this is so important for you and your baby. 

Find a doctor who is willing to go at your pace and find the source of your symptoms

Take matters into your own hands by asking questions, getting answers, and working to understand your test results.

Which blood work to request and why it's important

To know where you are on the health spectrum, it’s essential to get a series of tests that will provide you with a baseline and a comparison point in the future. More often than not, basic lab panels won’t cover everything you’re looking for, so request the most complete hormone panel available to get the most information. Learn which hormones should be included in this panel. 

Be aware of hormonal fluctuations and know when to get blood work taken

Hormone production fluctuates throughout your cycle. Know which days certain parts of your hormonal panel should be taken to get accurate results. 

When to get a transvaginal ultrasound and what polycystic ovaries indicate

A transvaginal ultrasound sounds a little intimidating, but there’s no reason to be scared of it. A transvaginal ultrasound simply means the ultrasound wand is inserted into the vaginal canal in order to examine your reproductive organs. Learn whether you should request one or not, when to schedule your appointment, and what the results will tell you. 

Tests to consider even if your doctor says there's no cause of miscarriage

Pay close attention to your luteal phase and progesterone levels and learn which six tests you should talk to your doctor about. 

MTHFR and what it means for PCOS, miscarriages, chronic fatigue, and anxiety

Learn what MTHFR is and what it means for you if you have had a miscarriage, have chronic fatigue, and/or struggle with mental imbalances like anxiety or phobias. Know the right supplementation that could help you have a full-term pregnancy, and drastically increase your energy levels and decrease your anxiety levels. 

Working with a functional medicine doctor to treat root causes

If you’ve never heard of functional medicine before, you’re not alone. Functional medicine is not a specialty or a unique discipline – it’s an approach that focuses on finding and treating the root cause of an illness, rather than simply treating the symptoms that a patient has. Learn how you can find and work with a functional medicine doctor. 

Prepare for your doctor's appointment

It’s crucial that you be prepared for your doctor’s appointment. Learn what type of questions your doctor may ask you and what information you should share with them (it could save you a lot of money!).

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