Do Althea Pills Really Have The Abilty To Remove Pcos?

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Chricel Says:


hi, this is my fourth time of taking althea pills because my doctor recommended me to take it.She found out that I have Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. Does althea pills really help us on curing PCOS? I just wanna know because I'm hoping that I can bear a child someday. thank you!





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Xhe Says:
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Pills will not cure PCOS but will regualte your menstrual cycle i have PCOS too and been on Althea pills for 1yr .when i stopped taking the pill my skin broke out like crazy i have so many pimples and scars right now

There are several options avaible if u want to conceive .talk to ur OBGYNE about it

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Xhe Says:
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Pills will not cure PCOS but will regualte your menstrual cycle i have PCOS too and been on Althea pills for 1yr .when i stopped taking the pill my skin broke out like crazy i have so many pimples and scars right now

There are several options avaible if u want to conceive .talk to ur OBGYNE about it

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Verwon Says:

They are often used to help treat it by regulating your hormonal cycle. You may experience side effects, which the NIH lists as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, spotting, irritability, and PMS-like symptoms.

Are you on any other medications?

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Ella Villaruel Says:
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Hi I'm Ella,27years old..twas also diagnosed with PCOS. It's my 13th day taking Althea Pills and I'm dealing with my attitude of being irritated. Do Althea really can help us with this kind of illness? Thank you

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