The doctor has diagnosed you with polycystic ovaries. What does that mean? Of course you want to know how it will affect your overall health. Plus, you want to have children some day. Will you be able to have a baby? You have a million and one questions that basically boil down to those two. Now, you want the answers.

Polycystic ovaries: are only one symptom related to Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, or PCOS. One in ten women has PCOS, and many will not be diagnosed, unless a symptom presents itself – like polycystic ovaries.

Ovarian cysts are quite common. In fact, a follicle cyst is part of the reproduction cycles. A cyst will fill with fluid, help mature an egg, and burst to release the egg for potential fertilization. If the process does not work quite right once in awhile, a woman may never know. The body absorbs the cyst, regulates itself, and the cycle starts all over again.

Unfortunately, polycystic ovaries are often covered with more than one small cyst. The body is producing too much of the male hormone, which is another symptom. So, the doctor will like recommend birth control pills to balance the hormones and give the body the tools needed to naturally take care of the cysts. But, the treatment also prevents pregnancy.

Polycystic ovaries and pregnancy: are not generally compatible. Your doctor can stop the hormone therapy. But, then the ovarian cysts tend to reoccur and it is almost impossible to get pregnant, especially since an irregular cycle is also a symptom. Now what?

The doctor can also surgically remove the cysts. Then, fertility drugs can be prescribed to encourage ovulation. But, if it works, mom is looking at an increased risk of multiple births. Maybe twins would be okay, especially if you have wanted to have a baby for years. But, are you prepare for the possibility of 3 or more?

Holistic therapy: to help the body naturally rid itself of cysts and promote pregnancy is becoming more popular. Many women are testifying that the cysts have disappeared, never to return. In addition, ovulation and a potential pregnancy are not stalled by hormones or scar tissue from surgery.

In short, it is totally up to you. Polycystic ovaries can be treated and pregnancy is possible for many women. But, the natural approach is best, since birth control pills are contrary to the plan and surgery can change plans too. So, if you want to be healthy and become a mom someday, try the holistic (natural) approach first. You might be the next to write a testimonial to a success story.

This article is based on the book, “Natural Ovarian Cyst Relief Secrets” by Laura Hennings. After suffering for 6 long years from crippling pain caused by ovarian cysts, and having been totally failed by conventional medicine, Laura took matters into her own hands. She is now totally cyst free, and is dedicated to creating the ultimate holistic ovarian cyst solution for others, guaranteed to permanently cure all types of ovarian cysts. Learn more by visiting her website