10% of women of childbearing age suffer from polycystic ovaries. The cause of this disease is unknown and is characterized by high levels of androgens or male hormones, cysts in the ovaries, alterations in menstrual cycles and physical appearance. As we present some home remedies to treat polycystic ovaries and manage to control the symptoms and reduce all complications.
Steps to follow:
Apple cider vinegar helps effectively reduce the symptoms of polycystic ovaries because it controls blood sugar and keeps your body from producing too much insulin. In addition, it is a perfect ally to lose weight and improve your overall health. Have you already tried it?
Mix two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar in a glass of water. Drink it daily in the morning and before meals; Continue for several weeks until you notice some improvement.
Also, you can gradually increase the dose of apple cider vinegar to a maximum of two tablespoons per glass (two or three times a day). If you notice that it tastes too bitter, try mixing the vinegar with an orange juice or any fruit.
On the other hand, the spearmint tea also helps to deal with the polycystic ovaries for their anti-androgenic properties. In addition, it helps eliminate hirsutism by lowering testosterone levels.
To prepare it, boil a cup of water in a saucepan. Add dried leaves of spearmint (two teaspoons) and leave between 5 and 10 minutes heating. Strain the liquid and drink that tea for several weeks twice a day.
Flaxseed can be used as one of the best home remedies to treat polycystic ovaries since it helps to lower levels of male hormones considerably. In turn, being rich in fiber, helps slow down the metabolism of glucose and cholesterol levels.
Mix a teaspoon of flax seeds in a glass of water. Drink for months until you are satisfied with the results. You can also include flax seeds in your daily diet (soups, salads, etc.)
Remember that you should consult a doctor to make your diagnosis and recommend the best-personalized treatment.
This article is merely informative, we do not have the faculty to prescribe any medical treatment or make any type of diagnosis. We invite you to go to a doctor in the case of presenting any type of condition or discomfort.