Naturally Treating PCOS with Microcurrent Therapy

According to conventional medicine, women with PCOS should be able to live healthy, normal lives. But that isn’t true for millions of women who silently suffer from this condition. #DOCBLOCKING is real, and we’ve heard from many women that their doctors don’t believe them.

If you’ve been told “there’s nothing we can do” or “hormone treatment is your only option,” we suggest it’s time to consider a holistic method of treating PCOS, like microcurrent therapy.

What is PCOS?

PCOS, or polycystic ovary syndrome, is a hormonal disorder that affects women of childbearing age. The main symptom of PCOS is the presence of multiple cysts on the ovaries, which can lead to irregular periods, fertility problems, and an increased risk of certain types of cancer.

PCOS is also linked with insulin resistance, which can lead to diabetes and obesity. There’s no cure for PCOS, but treatments are available to help manage the symptoms. In some cases, weight loss and regular exercise can improve insulin sensitivity and reduce the risk of complications. Medications can also be used to regulate hormone levels and promote ovulation.

Signs and Symptoms of PCOS

There is no one cause of PCOS. Instead, it appears to result from a combination of genetic and environmental factors. Many women with PCOS have a mother or sister with the condition. Obesity is also thought to play a role, as overweight women are more likely to develop PCOS.

The most common symptoms of PCOS include irregular, painful periods, heavy bleeding, mood swings, acne, and difficulty getting pregnant. Some women with PCOS also experience weight gain, thinning hair on the head, and excess hair growth on the face and body.

If you think you may have PCOS, it’s important to see your doctor for a diagnosis. While PCOS can’t be cured, you can take steps to help manage the symptoms and reduce the risk of complications such as diabetes and heart disease.

What is the likelihood of a woman getting PCOS? PCOS is a prevalent condition that affects 6% to 12% (roughly 5 million) women in the United States alone.

The First Step in Treating PCOS: Tackling Inflammation

We have designed some excellent PCOS microcurrent protocols that help treat this hormonal condition’s symptoms and root causes. But before we dive into those, let’s briefly touch on a subject that can’t be looked over, inflammation. We talk a lot about how systemic inflammation is the root of disease and how it hinders microcurrent’s healing ability. So, naturally, tackling this inflammation is first and foremost before treating PCOS with microcurrent therapy.

Diet and PCOS: What You Should Know

One of the best places to start addressing systemic inflammation to balance your PCOS? Your diet. Eating for health isn’t a new concept. In fact, our blog on how to increase nitric oxide naturally through diet is one of our most popular topics. But you need to focus on the link between inflammation and what you’re eating with PCOS. Trans fats, added sugars, and red meat are some of the biggest culprits in fanning the flames of body-wide inflammation and, thus, PCOS symptoms.

Learn more about your diet and inflammation here:

The Mediterranean Diet for PCOS: A Good Template

Of course, there is no one-size-fits-all low-inflammation diet, but a good template to work off, in my opinion, is the Mediterranean diet. The Mediterranean diet is a diet that is based on the traditional foods and cooking styles of the countries surrounding the Mediterranean Sea. The diet has been shown to have numerous health benefits, including reducing inflammation, which can be particularly beneficial for women with PCOS.

The Mediterranean diet includes many anti-inflammatory foods, such:

  • Nuts
  • Fish
  • Vegetables
  • Potatoes
  • Whole grains
  • Beans
  • Seeds
  • Extra virgin olive oil

This diet also includes moderate consumption of lean poultry, fish and other seafood, dairy, and eggs. But you’ll want to avoid red meat, which is an inflammatory food. Once an anti-inflammation diet is in place, systemic inflammation will be reduced, and overall health will be increased. This is going to increase the success rate of your microcurrent protocols dramatically.

The Best Microcurrent Protocols for PCOS

Now on to the protocols! We have two options to discuss today—one that’s entirely passive and one that’s a little more advanced. Let’s start with the easier one, scalar energy therapy.

“If you’ve been following our blog, you know scalar energy can influence DNA repair. When I treat PCOS, which has a genetic component, I know the Scalar Qi will always play a role in getting results.”

– Dr. Rob Vanbergen DNM PhD.

Treating PCOS with our top-selling accessory, the Scalar Qi, is easy; here’s what you need to do, according to Dr. Rob:

“Turn on your microcurrent device and adjust it to 7-12 Hertz at maximum power with the Scalar Qi attached and run it over the uterus. Doing this daily for 5-10 minutes has been incredibly helpful for my clients. The best part? You can do this while relaxing on the couch at home.”

Learn more about scalar wave healing in our Ultimate Guide HERE.

Another top microcurrent protocol for naturally treating PCOS? The Gynecological Zone Protocol, which is included in our new book, Current Medicine 3rd Edition. Watch the video at the beginning of this blog to see a sneak peek of the book and listen to Dr. Rob explain the process. As with the Scalar Qi, the Gynecological Zone Protocol is 100% non-invasive and can be conducted right at home.

Here’s a preview of the protocol instructions should you decide to pick up the book:

Treating PCOS Scar Tissue with Microcurrent

You can’t forget scar tissue when treating internal systems. To treat PCOS scar tissue with microcurrent, set your device to 77 Hertz or deep 77 and slowly paint over the uterus for at least three minutes. This will break up active zones. With PCOS, you can’t expect an overnight change, but with the proper electrical nourishment, you can move to effect positive change in how the condition affects your life.

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Sources cited:

PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome) and Diabetes | CDC