Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Awareness Gemstone Cuff – Bravelets

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Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Awareness Gemstone Cuff

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Product Details

  • Genuine semi-precious Aqua Chalcedony gemstones
  • 925 silver plated over brass
  • be brave engraving
  • One size adjustable to fit your wrist
  • 10% of net profits donated

The Be Brave Gemstone Cuff features 2 beautiful gemstones, one triangle cut and one fancy cut. As you may know, the triangle is the strongest geometric shape, so the triangle stone on this bracelet reminds you to be strong. The be brave engraving on the inside of the cuff is also the perfect daily reminder to be strong and brave during difficult times. This beautiful cuff bracelet is adjustable to fit your wrist, and has high quality silver plating to ensure longevity

Many people believe that gemstones contain healing properties. The idea behind crystal healing is that the crystals allow positive, healing energy to flow into the body, while negative, disease-causing energy flows out. We make no claims, but think the idea of it is pretty cool!

Gemstone healing properties of Aqua Chalcedony include Calmness, Communication, and Service.

About the Cause:

PCOS affects about 7 million women in the US. That's more than the number of people diagnosed with breast cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis (MS), and lupus combined. Women with PCOS may be unaware that the changes in their appearance are due to a serious condition that can lead to Diabetes, heart disease and cervical, ovarian, uterine and breast cancer. 
Symptoms include but are not limited to

  • Infertility. Women with PCOS typically have irregular or missed periods as a result of not ovulating. PCOS is the number 1 cause of infertility in women.
  • Ovarian Cysts. Although some women may develop cysts on their ovaries, many women do not
  • Weight gain. About half of women with PCOS will have weight gain and obesity that is difficult to manage.
  • Fatigue. Many women with PCOS report increased fatigue and low energy. Related issues such as poor sleep may contribute to the feeling of fatigue.
  • Unwanted hair growth (also known as hirsutism). Areas affected by excess hair growth may include the face, arms, back, chest, thumbs, toes, and abdomen. Hirsutism related to PCOS is due to hormonal changes in androgens.
  • Thinning hair on the head. Hair loss related to PCOS may increase in middle age.
  • Infertility. PCOS is a leading cause of female infertility. However, not every woman with PCOS is the same. Although some women may need the assistance of fertility treatments, others are able to conceive naturally.
  • Acne. Hormonal changes related to androgens can lead to acne problems. Other skin changes such as the development of skin tags and darkened patches of skin are also related to PCOS.
  • Mood changes. Having PCOS can increase the likelihood of mood swings, depression, and anxiety.
  • Pelvic pain. Pelvic pain may occur with periods, along with heavy bleeding. It may also occur when a woman isn'bleeding.
  • Headaches. Hormonal changes prompt headaches.
  • Sleep problems. Women with PCOS often report problems such as insomnia or poor sleep. There are many factors that can affect sleep, but PCOS has been linked to a sleep disorder called sleep apnea. With sleep apnea, a person will stop breathing for short periods of time during sleep


The exact cause is unknown, but it is considered a hormonal problem. Genetics and environmental factors are believed to be involved in the development of PCOS.