- PCOS Treatment -
Do you feel like you spend your life dealing with symptoms related to your PCOS? Infertility, weight gain, hirsutism, acne and thinning hair are something that many women with PCOS live with daily.
But it doesn’t have to be that way!
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome is not a reproductive disorder - it's a whole-body endocrine disorder that impacts many hormones, including estrogen, testosterone, thyroid, and cortisol. Menstrual irregularity and infertility are two of the most common symptoms.
Many women have been prescribed birth control pills to mask their symptoms, and when they are ready to start a family, they need fertility treatments. This cycle of treatments hides many PCOS symptoms but does nothing to address its root cause.
How We Can Help
Every woman’s PCOS experience and symptoms are unique. We identify your specific variation of PCOS and contributing environmental factors such as exposure to BPA, heavy metals, and other endocrine disruptors.
We conduct a thorough evaluation that examines the state of your inflammation, the condition of your gut microbiome, your nutritional habits, your genetic and epigenetic status, and your hormone levels. All of these indicators will point us towards a custom solution for you.
Personalized Treatment Plan
We’ll create and review your custom plan based on your testing results and our evaluation. This plan includes recommendations for supplements, herbs, medication, nutrition, and lifestyle options. A visit summary will be emailed to you, so you have all the resources you need. We’ll send any prescriptions to your preferred pharmacy. From there on, we’ll assess your progress as time goes on as your symptoms subside.
Not sure where to start or what you need? That’s what we’re here for.
Find your relief from PCOS symptoms once and for all.
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My mission is to help you gain freedom from your PCOS symptoms and feel confident in your body.
Dr. Jennifer Roelands, MD, Founder of Well Woman
Ready to find out what is causing your PCOS Symptoms?
Many women don’t realize that there’s something behind their PCOS symptoms. These factors include insulin resistance, inflammation, and poor gut health. The good news is that these triggers that cause your symptoms to flare up can be addressed and treated with a comprehensive, natural approach.
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