Shaquetta

486d

How can manage without Medication

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    • foreverblissful101

      481d

      Still working on this :( Insulin resistance depending on where you are can possibly be controlled naturally but it's super hard (diet changes, exercise, building muscle, overall lifestyle change). Not impossible, as I have done it! I am currently off of hormones to see where I am at with my period. I'm crossing my fingers I get it because I don't want to keep forming cysts. I just started taking Myo-Inositol/D-Chiro Inositol 40:1 a day plus a high-concentration multivitamin 😬 hoping it helps with my cycle. I've also recently started trying acupuncture and will report back next week as I am due for a period.

    • thissumbull

      486d

      I had a lot of talks with my doctor. I'm currently on no meds because the meds were not helping or gave another side effects. I'm currently just doing self-care like naps, tea breaks, etc. But I'm not really sure how to handle long-term, only short-term.

    • Soraiya_LW

      486d

      My doctor claims it’s dangerous to manage without medication due to the increase risk for diabetes, etc. but I’m really interested in trying to figure out holistic natural remedies for it. But my doctor is saying that even with that, nothing natural can address the hormonal imbalance part.

    • EmilyAnn

      485d

      If you can handle spicy food and I don't mean just simple jalapenos I mean hot food the capsaicin in the food helps lower your blood sugar levels. If you can't manage the spicy food taking capsaicin pills was another option. My dad does this and he's type 2 diabetic and so far hasn't had to go on insulin.

    • EmilyAnn

      485d

      As far as for PCOS there is an over-the-counter multivitamin that Azo has come out with it helps mine to a point but with the severe cramps I had to finally surrender and go back on medication. They're supposedly is a PCOS diet that you could try I tried it for a few months and it didn't help me but it may help you

    • foreverblissful101

      481d

      Still working on this :( Insulin resistance depending on where you are can possibly be controlled naturally but it's super hard (diet changes, exercise, building muscle, overall lifestyle change). Not impossible, as I have done it! I am currently off of hormones to see where I am at with my period. I'm crossing my fingers I get it because I don't want to keep forming cysts. I just started taking Myo-Inositol/D-Chiro Inositol 40:1 a day plus a high-concentration multivitamin 😬 hoping it helps with my cycle. I've also recently started trying acupuncture and will report back next week as I am due for a period.

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