Welcome to Episode 1 of Season 4 of The PCOS Revolution podcast.
In this episode, you’ll discover:
The Five Biggest Mistakes Most Women Make When Trying to Overcome Their PCOS Symptoms
Over the past two decades, I’ve worked with hundreds of women in my clinic with PCOS who wanted to overcome their symptoms of weight gain, acne, mood swings and irregular cycles naturally with diet and lifestyle changes, acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine. As a licensed acupuncturist with a specialty in Oriental Reproductive Medicine who has also overcome most of my PCOS symptoms using these very methods, I wanted to make you aware of some of the most common roadblocks that may come up for you along your PCOS journey so I wanted to talk about the 5 biggest mistakes I’ve seen over the years….
1. Not Asking Enough Questions
2. Believing That Birth Control Will Cure Your PCOS
3. Blaming Yourself and Believing You’ll Never Get Pregnant if You Have PCOS
4. Following Diet Plans That Fail
5. Not Seeking The Right Help
I’ve made some of these mistakes myself. Now, just a warning…I’m going to be throwing a lot of information your way so I’ve created a little cheatsheet for you to download.
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