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Avoid Surgery for Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)

Success Treating PCOS Infertility Without Surgery Clear Passage®️ is a world leader approaching three decades of experience treating female infertility without surgery or drugs. In a landmark 10-year study[i] treating infertile women, our non-surgical therapy yielded pregnancy rates for women infertile with PCOS at rates similar to standard medical treatments, but without surgery (study chart […]

PCOS: Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

Treating PCOS Infertility Naturally Clear Passage®️ is a world leader with over three decades treating female infertility successfully without surgery or drugs. In a landmark 10-year study, our hands-on physical therapy yielded pregnancy rates for women infertile with PCOS at rates similar to standard medical treatments, but without surgery or pharmaceuticals (study chart below.) During three […]

Patient Story: Adhesions and PCOS

Extensive Adhesions and PCOS – Elyse’s Story Elyse’s story is an excerpt from our book, Overcome Infertility and Pain, Naturally In early 2004, my husband and I married. We were ready to start a family right away and I stopped taking oral contraceptives. I had been on the pill for twelve years in order to regulate […]

What You Should Know About PCOS

What is PCOS? Polycystic ovarian syndrome is a hormonal condition that affects approximately 10 percent of women of reproductive age. It is associated with a surplus of androgens, or male hormones, which can cause acne, excessive hair growth, and muscle mass in females. Women with polycystic ovaries may experience a wide array of additional symptoms even […]

Big Breakfast Beneficial for Women With PCOS, Study Shows

We receive many questions from women with PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome) about managing insulin resistance and weight gain, which are frequent results of PCOS. These patients do not respond normally to insulin, leading to high testosterone levels that disrupt the menstrual cycle. The good news is that women with PCOS may not need to resort […]

PCOS and the Low GI Diet

As we mentioned in our recent post “At a Glance: PCOS,” a low GI diet is one of the steps in managing polycystic ovarian syndrome. The underlying cause of PCOS is excess insulin in the blood. A diet consisting of low-GI foods is recommended for women with PCOS–often called the ‘PCOS diet’–because it results in […]

At a Glance: PCOS

PCOS stands for polycystic ovarian syndrome or polycystic ovary syndrome. It affects as many as 1 out of 15 women.1 According to PubMed Health, PCOS is “a condition in which a woman has an imbalance of female sex hormones.”2  When a woman has PCOS, her ovaries do not release mature eggs. Instead, they can form […]