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Polycystic Ovary Syndrome and Its Homoeopathic Treatment


  • POLYCYSTIC OVARIAN DISEASE (PCOD) or POLYCYSTIC OVARIAN SYNDROME (PCOS) is a disease characterized by multiple (poly) cysts (small sacks filled with fluid) in the ovaries


  • HIRSUTISM (excessive hair growth on the face, chest, back)
  • CENTRAL OBESITY (weight gain and difficulty in losing weight)
  • IN PCOS, the associated metabolic abnormalities (abnormal serum lipid concentrations and insulin resistance) also put women at an increased risk of developing DIABETES MELLITUS





HOMEOPATHIC TREATMENT-There arenot any specific homeopathic remedies that are designed for the treatment of PCOS. However,there are homeopathic treatments that may help a woman with PCOS .The most common form of homeopathic treatments that address the general well being of the person.

One of the Homeopathic treatments for PCOS is NAT -MUR. NAT-MUR isprescribed for a variety of symptoms such as eczema,vertigo,oralthrushand premenstrualtension

Another treatment is LYCOPODIUM. LYCO is used for vomiting ,indigestion,bloating,constipation,anxiety and insomnia.

SEPIA is also sometimes used. SEPIA is generally used for a variety of female difficulties that centre around the uterus ,vagina,or ovaries.

LACHESIS ,is also used in PCOS.lachesis is used for blood poisoning,circulation difficulties with menstruation,menopause,tonsillitis and uterine problems.

OOPHORINUM is found to be useful in certain patients.

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Comment by Yvonne Siblini on October 28, 2013 at 3:49am

I have noted that PULS and STAPH have also shown a marked improvement in  POLYCYSTIC OVARIES

Comment by Dr. Sayed Tahir Hassan on June 24, 2013 at 12:50am

With homoeopathy, this so called PCOS, which is largely presented in clinical as amenorrhoea, is cured as early as 5days.
Etiology, Evolution and Miasm needs to be analysed to get the best results homoeopathically.

Comment by Amit Karkare on June 27, 2012 at 7:57pm

The term “polycystic ovary” or PCO refers to the multiple fluid-filled sacs or cysts that grow on one or both of the ovaries of many women with the condition. Many women with polycystic ovaries have symptoms of PCOS. But, the cysts don’t have to be present for a woman to be diagnosed with PCOS. We should bear in mind that it is a SYNDROME and not a single sign or symptom.

A woman who has two of the following three features may be diagnosed with PCOS:3
Chronic absence of ovulation that leads to menstrual irregularities
High levels of androgens that do not result from other causes or conditions
Cysts on one or both ovaries

Women who are diagnosed with PCOS may have symptoms of PCOS, but no cysts on their ovaries. Similarly, some women have cysts on their ovaries but no symptoms of PCOS.


Rochester University | A practical approach to the diagnosis of polycystic
ovary syndrome

PubMed | PCOS A Diagnostic Challenge

Comment by Dr Suresh Somayajula on December 24, 2011 at 9:19am
tests required to be performed before diagnosis of PCOS:-
¨Levels of different hormones that may be tested include:
¨Estrogen levels
¨FSH levels
¨LH levels ratio between LH: FSH is > 3:1
¨testosterone & DHEA-S levels
¨Pregnancy test (serum HCG)
¨Reversible oestradiol: Oestrone ratio. The Oestrone level is markedly low
¨Prolactin levels
¨sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG)
¨Thyroid function test
¨Fasting glucose and other tests for glucose intolerance and insulin resistance
¨Lipid levels
¨Vaginal ultrasound & Pelvic laparoscopy to look more closely at, and possibly biopsy the ovaries
only if hormonal imbalance is present we can diagnose it as pcos.
Comment by Dr. MAS on March 6, 2010 at 3:04am

One of my patient had PCO. I tried few medicines according to the symptom and tried the most frequent medicines which are used in PCO but that patient did not respond well. Three months gone but no change. I again took the symptoms. She had Calc and Iodum mixed symptoms.

If you ever experience to see a patient that has arsenic and iodium sign and symptoms but you are unable to distinguish what's in the last to suggest ars or iod? Then you can suggest Ars iod….

Do you agree to suggest Arsenic iodide instead based on the type of chemical nature of ars and iod?

In that case, I used Calc Iod 30 for one month and all multiple cysts are markedly reduced now.

What do you think? It is my mistake? Or it is result of calc iod or previous medicines started working? (I have no idea)

Comment by Dr. Meakin Mittu M.D.(Hom.) on March 6, 2010 at 1:19am
Now can you explain this version where she is saying that homeopathic doctors are not well equipped and due to lack of knowledge they are referring their patients to counter parts.
Do you agree with it ?
are you referring your patients because you do not what investigation to be undertaken for a given case and let the alopathic doctor do the needful after that i wil take the case on that investigatory report. I know you are not doing so as you know what to go for investigation wise in each of your patients.
Comment by Dr. Meakin Mittu M.D.(Hom.) on March 6, 2010 at 1:14am
i am putting here the quote of dr. shreya....
"One more thing is that while treating PCOD, homeopathic doctor must be aware of the investigations needed too. Rather, when PCOD is the prime reason for delayed and repeatedly failed conception, one must do ovulation study while treating the patient. I have seen that many homeopaths when it comes to clinical investigations, refer their patients to their other counter parts and that is not good.We must be well-equipped to deal with necessary investigations those may put us in the frame of good doctor by conventional mind set too. Also we get to know the great depth of action of our remedies for induction of ovulation in such patients where even modern medicines like Clomiphene citrate fails!"
i have never seen any homeopathic doctor doing so...every homeopathic physician is doing very well with his well versed knowledge.
Comment by Dr. Meakin Mittu M.D.(Hom.) on March 6, 2010 at 12:47am
where i am saying one should not sent patients to the radiologists rather i am saying we need to undertake complete investigations by referring to the concerned authorities like radiologists and pathologists with the complete knowledge of which investigations we need to perform for the patients. What my understanding from your word "REFERRING TO COUNTERPART" was that you are saying referring to alopathic physicians , that is why i was saying homoeopathic physicians are referring patients starightway to the radiologists and pathologists why they will send them to alopaths simply for the sake of unknowing investigations to be done. Hope i am clear with my point of view.I am strongly in favour of investigations at the starting and at the conclusion of the case.
Comment by Dr Rashmi Chanana on March 5, 2010 at 12:51pm
for diagnosing cysts we have to get the sonography done . how will you diagnose the cysts without the ultrasound done dr mittu -AGREED HOMEOPATHY IS A COMPLETE SCIENCE but where it comes to diagnosis of diseases u have to use these aids or u keep on treating the totality of symptoms which comes into picture of a particular individual.
Comment by Dr. Meakin Mittu M.D.(Hom.) on March 4, 2010 at 11:58pm
Dear Dr. V. Verma, we all are well versed with J H allen and his teachings, Dr Ortega and his teachings, dr vijaykar and his teachings . we are not here to print the book materials and simple miasmatic explanation or not here to tell the remedies for the given case wheather merc-s is gud or thuja is good or whatever else the remedy is all about. we all know how the miasms invade the dynamis of human vital force and what suppression can lead to. Point is when a particular disorder go out of control or in a self regulatory mode to the extent of destroying and defiguring the human economy that is the point when syphilitic miasm leadss the way of degeneration. same is the case of PCOs when psoric stresses lead the body into constructive pathologies in the form o f cystic ovaries, adiposity, hypertensions , acne and amenorrhoea with hypothyroidism till that end the pathological manifestations are sycotic in form and structure as the pathology starts deteriorating in the form o funcontrolled obesuty, hirsutism where a feamle starts showing character of male with malignant hypertension then syphilitic miasm starts leashing the road of degeneracy and is syphilitic so the PCOS as a whole is sycosyphilitic.
Hope it will help you and probably you may get the answer.
Dr. Meakin mittu

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