There is no shortage of treatments for infertility and anovulation in the world. Some of them are legitimate, scientific remedies. Some are home-based cures, “old wives’ tales,” as it were. Still others exist in the realm of popular myth and lore. For the woman grappling with fertility issues, especially those diagnosed with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) or ovarian cysts, it’s hard to sort through which of these remedies are reputable and which ones are phony.
Certainly, there are ways to reverse PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) or ovarian cysts, but, because the condition presents in so many different ways, it’s difficult for patients to truly understand how the condition works, and how it can be treated. Basically, the condition is a hormonal imbalance, one brought on by Insulin Resistance. Some of the effects include infertility and anovulation, of course, but also skin and hair problems, as well as excess weight gain and even obesity.
One of the more common theories about the condition is that acupuncture can be used to increase fertility, but is this a medically sound idea, or just another urban legend?
Two Views of Acupuncture
An article published by the National Institutes of Health was fairly clear in dismissing, out of hand, the link between Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) and acupuncture. The article stated that the treatment was no different any of the other “fake treatments” out there. Women with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) or ovarian cysts who underwent the treatment saw no effect on their fertility beyond what those receiving fake, placebo treatments received.
Alternatively, a study printed in Science Daily indicated that, when combined with physical activity and increased levels of exercise, acupuncture actually can have positive results in terms of fertility, as well as in regulating a normal cycle of menstrual bleeding. The question, of course, is which of these viewpoints is the accurate one?
The Real Remedy for PCOS
Scientists may be split over the benefits of acupuncture for Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) or ovarian cysts sufferers, but what nobody will deny is that there is one method for reversing the effects of the condition. That second acupuncture study was at least half right; exercise and balanced nutrition have been shown to curb the effects of Insulin Resistance, and promote an overall healthier way of living.
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PCOS and Acupuncture…Two Views, But Which One’s Right?