Biometics are often touted as a magic cure for PCOS. They’re also said to be a panacea for other hormonal imbalances and other causes of endometriosis. Some people who have had PCOS for many years just see these medicines and supplements as a temporary band-aid. If you don’t take them long enough or at all, you’re back where you started.
The truth is that biometics are meant to help with the causes of PCOS. They do not fix your endometriosis symptoms. You can have either or both conditions and still benefit from these treatments.
Biometics come in all forms: they are pills, capsules, powders, or tinctures, among others. However, the ingredients are the same: miconazole, clotrimazole, and teriflunomide, along with other herbs and minerals. Many of the ingredients used in biometics have been used for many years in traditional homeopathic medicine and have been proven to work.
Traditional medicines are known for their ability to relieve symptoms. Not only does the practice to help you relieve the symptoms that are causing you so much trouble, but it is also a way to use herbs in your body’s natural way. This is a natural way and is not likely to cause your body to become reliant on those herbs.
The exact cause of PCOS is not known. It is believed to be a hormonal imbalance, but no one really knows what that is or how to fix it. However, it has been known for some time that there are common things that women do to cause such an imbalance. Those common things include but are not limited to, excessive coffee and soda intake, large amounts of meat and dairy products, an unhealthy diet, and other foods and drinks that are high in fats and simple carbohydrates. These foods and drinks may help in some cases, but in others they may only make matters worse. Too much caffeine and fat may cause the body to produce too much insulin and may also be a contributing factor to an excess of insulin. High levels of insulin lead to hormonal problems. And the insulin and other hormones produce insulin resistance, which is another hormone problem.
Hormones play a role in common hormone production. One hormone that may be affected is estrogen. In most cases, estrogen causes damage to uterine cells, but this damage is only temporary. Since these hormone imbalances occur at the level of the ovaries, many women with PCOS are prescribed birth control pills.
Pills may help with hormone production, but they can only take effect after the damage has been done. So, while the PCOS is being treated, there is no real healing going on. Additionally, the damage will worsen if women continue taking birth control pills.
As may be expected, many women are reluctant to stop taking birth control pills, even though they are not helping to heal PCOS. Women are also concerned about side effects of taking birth control pills, particularly vaginal dryness. However, since biometics contain only herbal and natural ingredients, they may actually be safer than taking birth control pills.
Many people believe that biometics will work best when used with birth control pills. But there is another type of treatment that can help women with PCOS and prevent them from having to worry about dangerous side effects that may accompany the use of birth control pills. That treatment is called LHRH agonists.
An HHRH agonist, like biometics, stimulates the pituitary gland to release more LH (Luteinizing Receptor Stimulating Hormone). When this happens, there is a calming effect on the hormones. And, there is a beneficial effect on the symptoms of PCOS.
Why biometics and HHRHHR agonists should be considered before starting treatment for PCOS is that they are two different methods of treating PCOS that work together. Some women with PCOS will take biometics along with HHR agonists, while others will take just one type of treatment. To avoid the risks associated with using one treatment or the other, everyone’s doctor will need to be consulted first.