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If PCOS is caused by androgens...
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If PCOS is caused by androgens, then correcting the issue of the androgens would solve the issue, right? 

From what I have been reading and learning, having too many androgens in a female body is the result of an insulin issue. Having higher insulin doesn't always mean diabetes and it can be brought on by poor diet or a vitamin deficiency. So if the issue is found and correcting, would this not then cure PCOS?
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One would think, yes but it isn't always that simple. Many women have changed their diets, started exercising, etc., and still have issues with PCOS though they are not nearly as severe. So while some can "cure" it with diet changes and exercise, some can only limit the severity of their symptoms. Either way, I think it is worth a try!
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I always thought the cause was unknown but it would make sense if it ties in with insulin. So many people these days, men and women, have issues with blood sugar levels. I am not even sure when this started but I remember growing up, I never knew a single diabetic child and now my sister's child's school has a lot of them. It is scary!
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