“It all depends on how you perceive the situation”
Sharing a case of PCOD… Of an 18 year old girl…
She came to me about 3 months back, complaining of irregular menses since 3 years.
The USG detected Bilateral Polycystic Ovaries.
She was taking Hormone pills to get her menses regularly and had gained about 8kgs more weight in one year.
No Hirsutism or other related issues.
On asking her details of how it all started…
She gave me her story:
She was staying with her parents, grandparents and younger sister.
There always were conflicts between her Mother and her Grandparents… this disturbed her a lot. She was the eldest grandchild and also the first girl child in the family after more than 25yrs. She was much loved and pampered by her grandmother.
Her mother was quite ambitious, wanted to start her business, have her freedom and so there were constant conflicts. Further to avoid that, it was decided that they will stay separate from the Grandparents.
She did not agree to that…
So, after a lot of deliberation, her mother, father and sister moved to a different place not far away from where her grandparents lived. She did not move out with her parents but continued to stay with her grandparents.
At the same time, she was missing her younger sister a lot and that was when her menses became irregular.
When she approached me, she was doing her 1st year Dentistry.
She came across as an intelligent, sincere and sensitive girl.
So, I asked her to read the PCOS conflicts from our learninggnm website and also to come back after a week. I did not prescribe any medicine. She came back after a week and she herself told me the following…
She had bilateral ovarian cysts and she was a right-handed female.
She said that her PCOS was definitely due to her missing her loved ones (‘loss of love’)
The left ovary was affected because she missed her younger sister a lot. She loved her sister and was very concerned about her. She also felt responsible for not being able to patch up the relationship between her mother and her grandparents. She did not want her sister to be away from her mother, she felt like her sister was her own daughter and she wanted her to get all the love from her mother which she thought she missed, because she was raised more by her grandparents (being the 1st girl child in the family after a long time).
She understood that her left ovary was affected because she was away from her loving sister and perceived the loss of her sister’s love.
She also feared losing her Grandmother to whom she was very much attached and looked up to her as her own mother. (Multiple conflicts… Polycystic)
She further mentioned that her right ovary may be affected because she felt the separation from her Mother (but initially I did not understand this as the Left ovary is related to Mother and not Right, patient being right-handed).
But she cleared my doubt…
She explained to me that since she was taken care of, nurtured and loved more by her grandparents rather than her mother, she always looked up to her mother only as a family member who was providing her with food, clothes, schooling and other worldly needs and that it was not like a mother-child bond.
So, when the mother moved away to stay separate with the younger sister and father, she felt that she missed being provided for by her mother… like a partner or someone likewise, causing the cysts to develop in the Right Ovary.
Missing her Father could have been another conflict which contributed to her Right ovarian cyst.(Polycystic)
I was shocked listening to this explanation and also taken aback by her understanding of GNM….
How she had perceived her conflicts, the loss of love….
So, it is just not that the Right side is Partner side and Left side is Mother side for a right-handed person or vice versa.
The understanding is way beyond that…
It all depends on how the person has perceived the situation.
It was a real eye-opener.
I did not prescribe her any medicine and just asked her to try and resolve the conflicts, as she was quite understanding, clearheaded who knew why this was happening and was also overwhelmed reading the GNM explanation of PCOS.
After about 2months of all this Consultation she got her natural cycle without any hormonal intervention.
She was very happy about that.
I am still in contact with her and have asked her to report to me once in a month.
I will definitely keep you updated about further development.
Thank you Dr.Varghese for introducing me to this Divine Science.
No words to describe your tireless efforts to spread it across India. Thank you for all you support.
Dr Pankaj Chordia