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Break The Silence

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Updated 07 August 2020

Sponsored: #BreakTheSilence around PCOS and Infertility

8 – 13% of women suffer from Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS). Sign up for the free Salome #BreakTheSilence webinars on the 12th and 13th August 2020 at 8pm.

At best this complex hormonal condition is inconvenient; at worst it can cause infertility and even illness.

For those seeking a natural remedy and to find solutions to this common and often devastating women’s health issue, one innovative pharmaceutical company is leading the way throughout Women’s Month with their #BreakTheSilence campaign.

On the 12th and 13th August 2020 at 8pm, 3Sixty Biomedicine will be hosting two free consumer-focused webinars with medical expert panelists to answer consumers’ questions linked to the conditions of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), heavy menstrual bleeding (Menorrhagia) and menstrual pain or discomfort (Dysmenorrhea).

These free webinars are linked to the inspiring #BreakTheSilence campaign and will feature the likes of leading health experts, Dr Sindi van Zyl, (left pic below) and Dr Lusanda Shimange-Matsose (right pic below), who will be providing hope to women looking for solutions and advice on infertility and menstruation issues.

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While the exact cause of PCOS is unknown, possible complications are many. PCOS can lead to, among other things, infertility, type 2 diabetes, depression and anxiety.

Given the high rate of obesity in women with PCOS, efforts to achieve weight reduction are an important part of treatment of the disorder. For others, medical interventions are necessary especially under the threat of infertility or illnesses.

3Sixty Biomedicine CEO, Walter Mbatha says, “The most common medical intervention is correcting the hormonal imbalance by prescribing a contraceptive pill. These days though, many women are steering clear of taking additional hormones and tend to favour more natural options.”

Symptoms include irregular or prolonged menstrual cycles, elevated levels of the male hormone androgen which may result in excess body hair and acne, and polycystic ovaries where the ovaries are not able to function properly. 3Sixty Biomedicine is hoping that once more women are aware of the benefits to using their new Salome Fertility product, it will successfully assist those suffering from PCOS by managing the symptoms linked to this syndrome.

Salome Fertility  contains natural, plant-based ingredients such as caronositol which is a natural D-chiro-inositol from carob extract and has proven to be very effective for the improvement of the functional deficiencies observed in the condition.

This includes the reduction in hyperandrogenism, ovulation regulation and reduction of oxidative stress in follicular liquid. The product is currently available in a capsule pack from pharmacies nationwide, Takealot.com and 3Sixty Biomedicine’s website.

To sign up for the free Salome #BreakTheSilence webinars on the 12th and 13th August 2020 at 8pm, consumers can email Angela Clark or click on: https://evolve.eventoptions.co.za/register/3Sixty/details.

For more information about Salome Fertility and the rest of the Salome range, go to www.3SixtyBioMedicine.co.za or connect on social media:Facebook: Salome Range Twitter: @SalomeRange Instagram: SalomeRange

 
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