Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
Permanent Removal by electrolysis, of all undesired hair growth can be remove in conjunction with PCOS treatment, successfully. Series of sessions will be deliver according to ones needs, that is; low level to extreme level of hirsutism – from fine and dense to heavyset growth. Hens, the skin condition improve at each visit, maintaining a balance glow, by closing the pores/follicles, sebaceous glands/oily condition, is under control. Sensitivity level and restlessness is often known by clients under medical hirsutism treatment. Suggesting herbal The will neutralize this effect and comfort to quiet the treatment process. Allowing a win win result for the technician and the patient.
This is the most common hormonal disorder among women, characterized by irregular menstruation and accompanied by other symptoms that could include acne; abnormal hair growth on the face, back, and other areas (hirsutism), and cysts growing on the outside of the ovaries. Each person will experience a different onset outcome.
Women from ages 18 to 44 are affected by PCOS, according to a study published in Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology in 2007 http://www.forecast.diabetes.org/pcos-infertility . Diet and exercise will benefit obesity for some women therefore controlling some other underlying risks.
Your doctor is the first help. He or she may then refer you to a gynecologist or an endocrinologist. PCOS is manageable. A simple history taking, ultrasound and hormone blood tests provide the answer to best treatment.
This fall 2010, the AEA’s (American Electrolysis Association) Board of International Certification (IBEC) celebrated 25 years of excellence. Elevating, to higher standard of professionalism, the century old profession of permanent hair removal – to ongoing continuing education in the field of electrology. Certification is a voluntary credential.
Acclaimed Celebration took place during the AEA Annual Convention in National Harbor, Maryland with many international attendees present.
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