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PCOS, Fibrocystic Breast Disease and PMDD

Polycystic Ovaries PCOS, or polycystic ovarian syndrome, is actually the most common reproductive problem of a hormonal nature, among women who are still of childbearing age.

Question on women's health and healing: I have polycystic ovaries and I am also suffering from Fibrocystic Breast Disease. How can I begin to release myself from these diseases and free myself from demonic entities such as negativity, bad luck, and fear?

Healing Facilitation response: I will provide medical information about PCOS first, and then follow that with spiritual healing information specific to your level of awareness, which is closer to my own. PCOS may or may not include ovarian cysts. Despite the name, a woman with PCOS may not actually have cysts but she will typically have problems with her menstrual cycle, either irregular cycles or no cycle at all. See more detailed information on PCOS after the ovarian cysts symptoms list.

Fibrocystic breast disease is so common in women that, to call it a disease may not be accurate. Though the word fibrocystic may sound scary, the changes in breast tissue that a woman experiences when she has fibrocystic breast disease are benign. In other words, these fibrocystic changes are often not cancerous and not even considered harmful unless big enough to press on nerves, organs or blood vessels. According to Medline Plus, about 60 percent of women experience fibrocystic breast changes or benign breast disease and this condition usually subsides after menopause.

Insulin Resistance and Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome:
Did you know that being pre-diabetic also means you could be more at risk for this health condition? This is because one of the warning signs of diabetes, higher than normal glucose levels, is also a warning sign of higher risk of PCOS. A woman with higher than normal levels of blood glucose is said to be pre-diabetic because her insulin resistance is higher. Women who are insulin-resistant are at a higher risk of also developing PCOS so have your blood glucose levels tested to rule out insulin resistance as a factor.

Because insulin resistence is a risk factor, there is some buzz around the idea that a special kind of inositol, called D-Chiro-Inositol, may be helpful due to the reported effects on insulin, moods and metabolism. D-Chiro-Inositol was unavailable, direct to consumers, until recently. I don't know enough about it to recommend a source at this point.

There are herbal remedies that help address insulin resistance, such as Chaste Berry. I've seen saw palmetto mentioned on several websites for PCOS, even though it is normally a male remedy for prostate, but it's use seems less for helping the condition and more for reducing one of it's symptoms (excess hair growth). Many natural health advocates suggest that detoxing herbs could help too, such as milk thistle or dandelion.

If an herb or supplement has the effect of helping to control blood sugar levels, you might ask your health care professional if it could be of benefit in cases of PCOS. A few blood sugar herbs include fenugreek and cinnamon. Foods that may be helpful include flaxseed and apple cider vinegar.

Other factors that may increase your risk of developing polycystic ovaries include smoking cigarettes, increased upper body fat, the use of a medicine called Clomid, hormonal imbalances, the use of tamoxifen for breast cancer and hypothyroidism. Some feel that starting your menstrual cycle earlier than most girls may also be a factor.

PMDD - Beyond PMS: Women who experience suicidal or homicidal thoughts during their menstrual cycle are not dealing with PMS but a far more serious medical condition called PMDD, or Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder.

Although the physical symptoms for both conditions may be the same, the drastic mood changes in PMDD require immediate attention. See your gynecologist immediately if you feel like harming yourself or someone else because you may have Search for health information on PMDD at the Mayo Clinic Website. This women's health issue affects an estimated 75 percent of women who menustrate.

That concludes the mainstream portion of this article. The person asking the question had also inquired into non-physical factors of a more spiritual natural. This may not be everyone's cup of tea. Now, on to the non-physical issues and the "demonic entities" as you called them. As a spiritually aware being, I want to commend you. You have the realization that, in back of your manifested physical challenge, you are facing a spiritual challenge. Although I might not use the same wording as you did in your question, I understand what you meant by demonic entities, too. Negative emotions foster disease. Anger, hate, fear, worry and grief all create stress in the body and over lower our immune system response over time. Strong emotional imbalance that is not resolved creates an internal environment that invites disease and deterioration. Continue with looking at PCOS from a Spiritual Perspective

Women's Health Disclaimer: The information about PMDD, PCOS, fibrocystic breast disease and polycystic ovaries on this webpage is educational in nature and not intended to replace a visit to your gynecologist or doctor. Please consult with your chosen women's health professional on matters regarding ovarian health and breast health issues.