PCOS Supportive Therapy

PCOS has become increasingly hard to ignor. While PolyCystic Ovarian Disorder doesn't have a permanent cure, early diagnosis supported by informed lifestyle choices make addressing your symptoms easier. Every PCOS case is so unique that there isn't a 'one size fits all' approach to treating this disorder.
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PCOS Supportive Therapy
Why is PCOS Supportive Therapy Important?

Did you know that more than 20% of Indian women suffer from PCOS and the wide range of symptoms that come along with it like irregular periods, weight gain, etc. PCOS Supportive Infusion Therapy can help regulate your hormones, fatigue, reduce inflammation and improve overall health and wellbeing.

How Does NuHealth Help You?

At Nu Health we don’t believe in temporary shortcuts like hormonal pills or oral contraceptives to manage PCOS but rather in a long—term sustainable approach to building a healthy lifestyle. The only magic pill to manage PCOS is nutrition. We’ll help you improve your lifestyle by making the right nutritional choices, help you manage stress levels, regulate sleep, and improve your physical activity.

Our doctors look into each individual case and they will develop a personalised, supportive treatment plan, tailored to you. Backed by scientific reasoning, the treatment will help you manage your symptoms with ease.

How can Infusion Therapy be beneficial for women with PCOS?

IV nutrition therapy may be beneficial for women with PCOS in several ways:
    • Improved insulin sensitivity: Many women with PCOS have insulin resistance, which can lead to high blood sugar levels and other metabolic problems. IV nutrition therapy can deliver a high dose of nutrients like chromium, magnesium, and vitamin D, which can help to improve insulin sensitivity and regulate blood sugar levels.
    • Hormonal balance: PCOS is characterised by hormonal imbalances, including high levels of androgens like testosterone. Some IV nutrition formulas contain nutrients like zinc, vitamin A, and vitamin E, which can help to regulate hormone levels and support reproductive health.
    • Reduced inflammation: Chronic inflammation has been linked to insulin resistance and other metabolic problems in women with PCOS. Some IV nutrition formulas contain anti-inflammatory compounds like omega-3 fatty acids and curcumin, which can help to reduce inflammation in the body and support metabolic health.
    • Improved energy levels: Many women with PCOS experience fatigue and low energy levels, which can make it difficult to engage in physical activity and maintain a healthy weight. IV nutrition therapy can help to increase energy levels by delivering a high dose of B vitamins, which are important for energy production.
It is important to note that while IV nutrition therapy may be helpful for some women with PCOS, it is not a substitute for other forms of treatment, such as medication, lifestyle changes, and/or medical procedures. It is recommended to speak with a healthcare provider to determine if IV nutrition therapy is a suitable option for managing PCOS symptoms.
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a common hormonal disorder that affects women of reproductive age. It is characterised by a combination of symptoms, including irregular periods, high levels of male hormones (androgens), and small cysts on the ovaries.
The exact cause of PCOS is unknown, but it is believed to be related to a combination of genetic and environmental factors. Insulin resistance and inflammation may also play a role in the development of PCOS.
Symptoms of PCOS can vary from person to person, but may include irregular periods, heavy bleeding, acne, weight gain, hair loss or excess hair growth (hirsutism), and difficulty getting pregnant.
PCOS is typically diagnosed through a combination of medical history, physical examination, and blood tests to measure hormone levels. An ultrasound may also be used to look for small cysts on the ovaries.
Treatment for PCOS may include lifestyle changes such as exercise and diet modifications, medications to regulate periods and reduce androgen levels, and fertility treatments for women trying to conceive. Hormonal birth control may also be used to regulate periods and reduce symptoms.
PCOS cannot be cured, but it can be managed through lifestyle changes and medical treatment. Women with PCOS may need ongoing treatment and monitoring throughout their reproductive years.
PCOS can affect fertility by disrupting the normal ovulation process, which can make it more difficult for women to conceive. However, many women with PCOS are able to conceive with the help of fertility treatment
Yes, diet and exercise can be an important part of managing PCOS. Losing weight through a healthy diet and regular exercise can help improve insulin resistance, regulate menstrual cycles, and reduce symptoms of PCOS.
Women with PCOS may be at increased risk for other health conditions, such as type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, and cardiovascular disease. Regular medical checkups and screening tests may be recommended to monitor for these conditions.

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