Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) affects 5-10% of women, yet doctors are (by and large) pretty clueless on the proper ways to treat and manage it. This leaves many women floundering, and even in dispair, as they're told little more than "here are some drugs, you're infertile, good luck."
Likewise, a number of people suffer from low-level, chronic issues -- including chronic heartburn, headaches, and joint pain -- where doctors also said "here are some drugs that might help the symptoms, good luck." What most people aren't told is that a lot of these issues can be mitigated, or reversed entirely, through lifestyle changs or supplements.
There's information out there, waiting to be found, written down, or put into layman's terms. Here, you'll find some of those resources, and you'll not only find information on the research, but also first-hand experiences from myself and other people.
My name is Shauna. I was diagnosed with PCOS in 2008 and have since dedicated my time to researching it and helping other women manage and mitigate the disorder and its effects.