Insulin-Gender Devolution Connections
Majid Ali, M.D.
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome And Low-Testosterone States Are Insulin-Related Forms of Gender Devolution
In 1997, I introduced the term gender devolution for a state in which boys become girl-like and girls become boy-like, women become men-like and men turn women-like. I followed that with a series of articles and videos to describe my clinical and bioenergetics (Krebs Cycle) observations.
Below is some text from an article in my Gender Devolution Series.
” There is a disturbing rise in the incidence of insulin toxicity associated with hormonal and metabolic derangements in young girls and women. Equally disturbing is how often such cases are grossly mismanaged by their pediatricians and gynecologists. To address these problems, in this article, I introduce the term ‘Cystless PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Without Cysts).’ With this term I want to underscore the importance of early recognition of a symptom-complex caused by insulin toxicity and excess testosterone and unaccompanied by bilateral ovarian cysts. The clinical features of Pre-PCOS include facial and chest hair, acne, menstrual abnormalities, loss of menstruation, weight gain, fatigue, and problems of mood, memory, and mentation. All my patients with Cystless PCOS had allergy and recurrent upper respiratory infections for which they received multiple courses of antibiotics. Some of them also suffered from asthma and had received multiple courses of steroids.