With the help of all-natural antioxidants, women with PCOS may have their dreams of pregnancy fulfilled with reality.
As an all-natural fertility supplement, REVOSIT helps reduce insulin resistance in women with PCOS using natural ingredients.
Many factors can increase a woman’s risk of female infertility.
General health conditions, genetic (inherited) traits, lifestyle choices and age can all contribute to female infertility.
➢ Hormone issues that prevent ovulation
➢ Abnormal menstrual cycle
➢ Structural problems (problems with the fallopian tubes, uterus or ovaries)
➢ Uterine fibroids
➢ Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)
➢ Primary Ovary Insufficiency (POI)
➢ Oxidative Stress (ROS)
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) seems to be one of the main causes of infertility around the world.
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) affects approximately 4%-20% of women’s reproductive
health worldwide and causes 70% of infertility due to anovulation. As a common hormonal
disorder within the women’s reproductive system, improper functioning of the ovaries may lead
to difficulties with conception and irregular or nonexistent menstrual cycles. The abundant
development of cysts on one or both of the ovaries often cause infertility in women.
PCOS is the most common endocrine disorder affecting around 15% of women and the most
common cause of female infertility. Common symptoms of PCOS are detectable by:
➢ Infrequent or absence of menstruation
➢ Hormonal imbalances
➢ Excess androgen production
➢ Inability or difficulties with pregnancy due to ovulation issues
➢ Weight gain
➢ Thinning hair or complete hair loss from the head
➢ Polycystic ovaries
Although PCOS is the most common cause of female infertility, the exact cause has not been
determined, however, this syndrome often runs in families.
➢ Excess insulin production is a common cause of PCOS. Insulin is the hormone
produced by the pancreas that helps the body process and use sugar as its primary form of
energy. If cells obtain a resistance to insulin, blood sugar levels may then rise causing the
body to then create even more insulin. Excess insulin may lead to an increased androgen
production which could present difficulties with ovulation.
➢ Low-grade inflammation present in women with PCOS may lead to the excess
production of androgens by the existing polycystic ovaries, causing potential heart and
blood implication. Low-grade inflammation refers to the white blood cells’ ability to
produce substances to fight infection.
➢ Studies suggest that certain inherited genes may lead to women having PCOS.
➢ Excess androgen production by the ovaries can lead to hirsutism and acne.
Although PCOS is a disorder in itself, its implications may lead to…
➢ Gestational diabetes or pregnancy-induced high blood pressure
➢ Miscarriage or premature birth
➢ Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis
➢ Metabolic syndrome
➢ Type 2 diabetes or prediabetes
➢ Sleep apnea
➢ Depression, anxiety and eating disorders
➢ Abnormal uterine bleeding
➢ Cancer of the uterine lining (endometrial cancer)
Revosit helps and supports female health by combining ingredients which are natural and safe.
Myo-Inositol, D-Chiro Inositol, L-Carnitine, Coenzyme-Q10, L-Methyl Folate, Selenium & Zinc
Revosit supports women’s health as an antioxidant therapy and is available in Selected Clinics in Singapore.
Revosit is a supplement, not intended to treat or cure diseases.
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