Is Your Teenager Daughter Not the Girl She Used to Be? The PCOS-Dysautonomia Link?

Majid Ali, M.D.

Does your teenager look miserable often? Please look at the list of symptom complex listed below under the categories of PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome) and dysautonomia and see how many of then can you recognize in your daughter. If so, what do you need to do about it? Can you be a willing and able to learn, understand, and know? At this website, I offer information about natural remedies to correct the problem.


I introduced the term pediatric dysautonomia for children’s symptom-complexes largely related to the cardiovascular (listed below) which are usually dismissed as behavior issues. The children with pediatric dysautonomia continue to suffer needlessly.

Clinical Feature of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)

* Weight gain

* Facial skin dryness and acne

* Facial, neck, and body hair

* Menstrual abnormalities

* Heart palpitations

* Anxtiey

* Mood Swings

* Temperature dysregulation

* Lighthededness

Clinical Feature of Pediatric Dysatunomia

* Heart palpitations

* Anxtiey

* Mood Swings

* Temperature dysregulation

* Lighthededness

* Weakness

* Cold hands

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