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Acupuncture for PCOS


Acupuncture for PCOS near me


Empowered You Acupuncture specializes in effective treatments for PCOS and other women’s health conditions. If you are looking for acupuncture for PCOS ,or alternatives to birth control for PCOS, in Fullerton, Brea, or elsewhere in Orange County, read on to learn how we can help you!


Pelvic pain, fatigue, weight gain, acne, hair loss, risk of diabetes, and difficulty getting pregnant - polycystic ovary syndrome can affect every aspect of your life.


As if the daily demands of life weren’t enough, trying to manage PCOS symptoms on top of everything else can be overwhelming.


And when you consider that many of the medications given to control PCOS, such as birth control or diabetes drugs, can come with unpleasant side effects, this just adds to the stress of trying to deal with this condition.


Fortunately, there are time tested, natural solutions to PCOS, available right here in Orange County!


Whether you are looking to treat the side effects of PCOS medication, looking for alternatives to medication altogether, or trying to get pregnant with PCOS, acupuncture and botanical medicine can significantly improve your quality of life. They can keep periods regular, ease menstrual pain from PCOS, and increase the odds of a successful pregnancy.


WHAT IS PCOS?


Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal disorder that causes small sacs of fluid called cysts to develop along the outer edges of the ovaries.


These cysts can be painful, and in addition to pain, PCOS often has symptoms such as irregular periods or the absence of periods, excessive hair growth on the face and body, hair loss on the head, acne, obesity, and infertility. Patients with PCOS are also more likely to develop diabetes and high cholesterol.


PCOS is commonly treated with birth control pills to regulate periods, diabetes medication to manage blood sugar levels, hormones to help with fertility, and statins to treat high cholesterol.

Unfortunately, many of these medications can come with side effects, such as bleeding, weight gain, nausea, digestive problems, migraines, and mood changes.


Even with medication, many women with PCOS continue to suffer from pain, struggle with weight gain, or may have issues with fertility.


If that’s the case for you or someone you love, acupuncture and botanical medicine may be the natural solutions you need to improve your quality of life.


WHY ACUPUNCTURE & BOTANICALS ARE SO EFFECTIVE FOR PCOS


East Asian Medicine has been treating women’s health conditions for thousands of years, helping to regulate menstruation, promote fertility, ensure health pregnancies, and assist with menopausal symptoms.


The main tools of East Asian Medicine for women’s health are acupuncture and botanical medicine. These techniques not only have thousands of years of tradition, but now also decades of modern scientific research backing their use.


Most people know that acupuncture is very effective at treating pain, but they may not realize it actually regulates physiology of the entire body, meaning acupuncture is used to treat neurological, digestive, immune, and hormonal issues.


There is a large and growing body of scientific literature showing that both acupuncture and botanical medicine regulate hormone levels and improves ovarian function.


In the case of PCOS, research demonstrates several benefits of acupuncture and botanic medicine treatment:


·       Regulating hormone levels

·       Promoting ovulation

·       Reducing insulin resistance

·       Improving moods and emotional balance


This means no more period pain or irregular periods, and more energy, stable moods, balanced hormones, and improved fertility!


In our Orange County acupuncture clinic, we take these time-tested, evidence-based methods and create customized treatment plans for treating PCOS.


TAKE BACK YOUR LIFE FROM PCOS


You do not have to live with PCOS symptoms!


Empowered You Acupuncture, our Orange County clinic, specializes in PCOS and other women’s health issues.


We are here to support your reproductive health, and enhance your overall well-being, and empower you to lead the life you were always meant to live!


If you are ready for a personalized road map to healing from PCOS – one that aligns with your lifestyle and aspirations –


Call our clinic TODAY and start your journey to wellness!



NEW PATIENT SPECIAL


A new patient consult with one of our women’s health specialists is normally $200.


But for a limited time, we are offering this for only $50!


Click here to take advantage of this opportunity!





REFERENCES

Chen H, Deng C, Meng Z, Meng S. Effects of TCM on polycystic ovary syndrome and its cellular endocrine mechanism. Front Endocrinol (Lausanne). 2023;14:956772. Published 2023 May 16. doi:10.3389/fendo.2023.956772

Pan W, Li FX, Wang Q, et al. A randomized sham-controlled trial of manual acupuncture for infertile women with polycystic ovary syndrome. Integr Med Res. 2022;11(2):100830. doi:10.1016/j.imr.2021.100830

Ushiroyama T, Hosotani T, Mori K, Yamashita Y, Ikeda A, Ueki M. Effects of switching to wen-jing-tang (unkei-to) from preceding herbal preparations selected by eight-principle pattern identification on endocrinological status and ovulatory induction in women with polycystic ovary syndrome. Am J Chin Med. 2006;34(2):177-187. doi:10.1142/S0192415X06003746

Ye Y, Zhou CC, Hu HQ, Fukuzawa I, Zhang HL. Underlying mechanisms of acupuncture therapy on polycystic ovary syndrome: Evidences from animal and clinical studies. Front Endocrinol (Lausanne). 2022;13:1035929. Published 2022 Oct 24. doi:10.3389/fendo.2022.1035929

Zhu Y, Li Y, Liu M, Hu X, Zhu H. Guizhi Fuling Wan, Chinese Herbal Medicine, Ameliorates Insulin Sensitivity in PCOS Model Rats With Insulin Resistance via Remodeling Intestinal Homeostasis. Front Endocrinol (Lausanne). 2020;11:575. Published 2020 Aug 27. doi:10.3389/fendo.2020.00575

Yoshita S, Osuka S, Shimizu T, et al. Unkeito promotes follicle development by restoring reduced follicle-stimulating hormone responsiveness in rats with polycystic ovary syndrome. Front Endocrinol (Lausanne). 2023;14:1228088. Published 2023 Sep 18. doi:10.3389/fendo.2023.1228088

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