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Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Solutions and Treatment

Find out how our innovative treatment options can help you find relief from symptoms of polycystic ovary syndrome. 

Manage Your PCOS Symptoms

If you suffer from polycystic ovary syndrome or PCOS, you are not alone. This common disorder affects about one out of five women. It can cause acne, facial and body hair growth, painful symptoms such as severe menstrual cramps and make it difficult to get pregnant. Fortunately, new and exciting treatment options can help you manage your PCOS symptoms more effectively than ever before. At Tier 1 Health and Wellness, we are committed to helping you manage your condition and allowing you to live a more comfortable life with fewer symptoms. Give us a call today to schedule your initial consultation to learn how we can help. 

Understanding PCOS

PCOS is a hormonal imbalance caused by a defect in the pancreas and causes the body to be insulin resistant. It is a genetic disorder, though the severity of the disorder can be impacted by diet and lifestyle choices. This complex disorder affects a woman’s entire body and can cause an imbalance in progesterone, testosterone, and thyroid levels. Because symptoms vary among those with PCOS,, it can be difficult to diagnose and treat, but as our understanding of this condition continues to grow, new and holistic treatments are emerging that improve the outcome for women.  

What are the symptoms of PCOS?

Because diagnostic criteria vary, it can be difficult to diagnose and treat PCOS, but there are several common symptoms. It can lead to weight gain, irregular menstrual cycles, low progesterone, sub-fertility or infertility, acne, irregular hair growth, mood disorders, breast cancer, and even cardiovascular disease. These symptoms can make it difficult to get and stay pregnant, but it is still possible to have a healthy pregnancy with the excellent fertility treatments available. 

Do I Have PCOS?

It can be difficult to diagnose PCOS because there is no definitive test to determine whether or not you have this condition. Your doctor may perform a pelvic exam, an ultrasound, take bloodwork and ask about your symptoms before offering a PCOS diagnosis. It can be even more difficult to diagnose PCOS because many patients can manage their weight and other symptoms through different lifestyle choices. Many women aren’t even aware that there is an issue until they try to get pregnant and discover that they are having trouble or until they have painful ovarian cysts that cause problems. That is why it is essential to take a comprehensive  look at all of your symptoms to determine the root cause of your concerns. 

Common PCOS Myths

It can be challenging to diagnose PCOS because no two cases present in the same way, and lifestyle choices can severely alter patients’ experiences. While many people living with PCOS experience symptoms such as weight gain and polycystic ovaries, not all do. In fact, only about 50% of people with PCOS have polycystic ovaries, and some don’t experience excessive weight gain. That is why it is essential to look at all of the symptoms that a patient may be experiencing to determine whether or not PCOS is a possibility. 

Our Innovative PCOS Treatments

At Tier 1 Health and Wellness, we take a comprehensive approach to PCOS treatment to help you live a healthier, happier life. This can include making lifestyle changes, taking medications like metformin, hormone replacement therapy and more. The treatment depends on the patient’s goals, symptoms, and desired outcome. 

Lifestyle Changes

While there is no cure for PCOS, taking measures to live a healthier lifestyle can go a long way in improving your overall well-being. In many cases, dietary changes and increased activity can help reduce insulin resistance and minimize the symptoms in a patient and even eliminate some symptoms. This can include reducing carbohydrates, increasing protein intake, and increasing the amount of exercise you get to help your body manage its own hormones better. 

Bio-Identical Hormone Therapy

At Tier 1 Health and Wellness, we work with our patients to develop a hormone replacement plan designed to help them manage their PCOS symptoms more effectively. We take a whole-body approach to determine how PCOS affects the levels of progesterone and other hormones in your body and come up with a plan that meets your needs. We consider your goals,  protect your reproductive and long-term health and reduce the risk of developing long-term illnesses. 

How to Get Treatment for PCOS

Step 1: Your Initial Consultation

At your initial consultation, we will go over your symptoms, past medical history, and diagnosis and determine your goals. Then we will work with you to develop a plan that is tailored to your exact needs. 

Step 2: Expert Guidance

Our team will work with you over the long term to manage and modify your treatment plan as necessary to ensure that you see real results. We are here for you each step of the way as you work to manage this frustrating condition. 

Step 3: Live a More Comfortable Life

Our goal is to help you eliminate the symptoms of PCOS. Give us a call today to learn more about our treatment options and how we can help. 

Why Choose Tier 1 Health and Wellness?

We take a proactive approach to treating PCOS. We use only the top evidence based hormone replacement therapies combined with effective lifestyle modifications designed to maximize the impact of your treatment and care. Our goal is to help every woman live free from the complications of this frustrating condition and reduce the risk of developing chronic illness. 

How Much Does PCOS Treatment Cost?

We offer affordable payment plans designed to fit any budget. Give us a call to learn more about getting access to the care you need to live a more comfortable life, free from the pain of PCOS.

Get the Care You Need Today

If you have been diagnosed with PCOS or feel you may be suffering related symptoms, don’t wait. There are effective treatment options out there. Give us a call today to schedule your consultation. 

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