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Insulin Resistance Shrank My Boobs, But Now Their BACK!!

I have been dealing with my PCOS and Insulin Resistance Symptoms for some time now. I have successfully reversed symptoms and been able to lose weight by modifying my diet and exercising but am yet to have been able to get pregnant. Recently I decided to try a product to specifically address my Insulin Resistance. It is called Chiral Balance DCI (D-chiro-inolitol). I have been taking the supplements for about 3 weeks now. My periods have been regular for several months (exactly 30 days) but the one thing I have noticed is that my breasts are significantly larger. Not complaining but my first thought was "I'm pregnant". But I just finished my period so that's not it. Being the curious person I am, I needed answers and found that PCOS, which is caused by Insulin Resistance, has the following symptoms:
  •  Irregular or no menstrual periods (for women of reproductive age)
  • Irregular ovulation Acne Excess hair growth on the face and body
  • Thinning scalp hair or male pattern hair loss
  • Accumulation of un-ruptured follicles on the periphery of the ovaries (mislabeled as "cysts," often called polycystic ovaries)
  • Small breast size or underdeveloped breasts (hypoplastic breasts)
  • Deepening of the voice
  • Enlarged clitoris
  • Dark or thick skin markings and creases around the armpits, groin, neck, and breasts due to insulin sensitivity
  • Obesity, weight gain (often centered around the waist), and/or inability to lose weight
  • Oily skin and/or persistent acne
  • Pain in the lower abdomen and pelvis
  • Skin tags
There is no known cure for Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. Instead, a variety of methods are used to manage symptoms. These may include:
  • Diet changes (limiting amounts of sugars and starches) to aid in insulin sensitivity
  • Weight loss
  • Hormone therapy through use of birth control pills
  • Medications to address insulin resistance, blood glucose levels, or fertility-related symptoms
  • Ovarian surgery ("drilling"), which is a temporary treatment to assist with the release of eggs
Of all the PCOS management methods, I have used Diet Changes and Weight Loss to treat my symptoms. I am against hormones. And now I am trying some medications to treat the insulin resistance. The medication I have chosen is DCI. So what this new side effect from the DCI supplement tells me is that it is effectively reversing my insulin resistance. Thus, my breasts are returning to their "natural form". Glorious! Hooray for boobies! bigger boobs Hope this is helpful in some way and I will share more results of the DCI supplements as I continue using them in conjunction with my beloved Shakeology and regular workouts (usually Brazil Buttlift or Chalean Extreme). So far, no bad side effects. Hoping for a bun in the oven in the next few months 🙂