Is it endometriosis or PCOS? Find out the differences in this article

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Often times endometriosis and PCOS can get confused with one another since both of these conditions affect the reproductive system.   There is one major difference between endometriosis and PCOS. PCOS is a hormonal condition with excessive androgens known as testosterone. Whereas endometriosis is an inflammatory condition that causes pain. … Read More

Sleep and PCOS

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Hopefully, we’ve all felt the experience of getting into a nice cozy bed, turning down the lights and drifting off into a sound sleep, only to wake up in the morning to discover we were in the exact same position we went to sleep in. This is the type of … Read More

The Scoop on Thin Uterine Lining

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When going through fertility treatments, the endometrial lining will be checked throughout the cycle to ensure appropriate thickness. Sometimes, we see that certain drugs such as Clomid reduce endometrial thickness. Other times, the patient will have various other causes for thin lining. In some cases, an embryo transfer will be … Read More

Iced Spearmint Tea

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Learn more about how to reduce testosterone here: http://saminamitha.com/pcos/pcos-treatments-for-high-androgens/ Print Recipe Iced Lemon Spearmint Tea Sweetened with Inositol Prep Time 5 minutes Servings Ingredients 1 tea bag Organic Spearmint teaGlass full Ice1 Lemon slice1 packet or scoop Ovasitol or 2 grams inositol Prep Time 5 minutes Servings Ingredients 1 tea … Read More

What every woman with PCOS should know about their Thyroid

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Your thyroid is an incredibly important gland in your body. It regulates so many functions including metabolization, temperature regulation, and energy. It is estimated that approximately 1 in 10 Canadians deal with thyroid-related issues. When it comes to Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, it is even more important to get your thyroid … Read More

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