Polycystic Ovary Syndrome is something that a lot of women haven’t heard of before. But guess what: it affects one in give women, meaning there’s a very good chance that you might be suffering from it, but don’t even know it. Simply put, it’s a hormonal imbalance in the womb. There’s a link between the hormones and PCOS and prenatal exposure to a growth factor called anti-Mullerian hormone.
Thankfully, scientists know the causes and better yet, have come up with a cure for it.
I mean, when it comes to our bodies, a lot of moms often ignore very telling signs and symptoms. Because let’s be honest: most of us don’t’ have the time in our day to worry about our health. It’s a sad reality, mostly because we are too busy taking care of those around us and of course, our loved ones. But PCOS is real and it’s a hereditary issue that can easily affect your day-to-day life. In other words, it’s not something that you want to ignore or should ignore. It affects how a woman’s ovaries work – symptoms include irregular periods and difficulty getting pregnant.
Luckily, researchers at the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research (Inserm) have found the syndrome may be triggered before birth by excess exposure in the womb by this one hormone.