PCOD / PCOS (PolyCystic Ovarian Disorder or Syndrome) can take an increasing toll on women’s health. It usually starts with delayed or irregular or no menstrual cycles, and slowly hormonal balance reduces. This can lead to cysts in the ovaries, higher testosterone, insulin resistance and so on. Which means trouble conceiving, male hair growth, loss of hair from the scalp, terrible acne, excessive weight and more.
But you may not have thought of the financial damage PCOD imposes on you. The cost of maintaining PCOD can take up a regular house’s EMI – with heavy “down payments” along with the way in the form of surgery for big cysts that keep coming back every few years. Artificial Infertility is another big cost that can range as high as Rs 3 lacs to Rs 10 lacs.
This goes on for many years – the average woman may have to actively combat PCOD symptoms for as long as 10 to 20 years! And all this while, the problems are getting worse!
Here is a short video on how these costs mount.
Don’t burn your money AND health on PCOD. Just become free from PCOD – Clinical Yoga Therapy is as cheap as a few months’ ” EMI ” !
Across the world, Clinical Yoga Therapy is gaining popularity as the best form of health care – because it cures you, instead of keeping the disorder alive!
– KarmaSpark Clinical Team
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