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1 in 5 Women Suffers from PCOS

Half of them are unaware that they are suffering from PCOS

PCOS can be managed through Lifestyle Changes

PCOS is Biggest Reason for Infertility

What is PCOS?

PCOS is a complex hormonal disorder that can have a variety of symptoms like irregular periods, weight gain, body hair, acne and mood disorders. PCOS can also lead to serious issues like infertility, diabetes and even endometrial cancer. PCOS is also the biggest reason for infertility in India.

The diagnosis to PCOS is often missed or delayed for most of the 10 crores PCOS sufferers in India. More than half of the women with PCOS still remain unaware of their condition. Though PCOS may not be cured, it can be effectively managed with support.

What are the symptoms of PCOS?

  • Irregular periods or delayed periods
  • Growing thick, dark hair on the upper lip, chin, chest, or belly (Hirsuitism)
  • Acne (oily skin and pimples on the face)
  • Hair loss from the head (Baldness)
  • Trouble getting pregnant (Infertility)
  • Weight gain and obesity (Lean PCOS if weight is normal)

(If women have some symptoms its called MILD PCOS and if they have all its called SEVERE PCOS)

How is PCOS treated?

There are two ways of treating PCOS. One is life style changes and the other is medications and hormonal treatment, he most common way is birth control pills. However, the pills don’t cure the condition but can improve symptoms like irregular periods, acne, and facial hair. Laser therapy or electrolysis to remove extra hair are some of the cosmetic measures.

 

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FAQs on polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a condition that can cause irregular periods, acne, extra facial hair, or hair loss from the head. PCOS is a common reason for infertility. Most women with PCOS are overweight though this condition can also happen in others with normal weight. 

Normally the ovaries produce very small amounts of male hormone called Testosterone. However, in women with PCOS, the ovaries produce too much testosterone.

 

  1. Irregular periods or delayed periods
  2. Growing thick, dark hair on the upper lip, chin, chest, or belly (Hirsuitism)
  3. Acne (oily skin and pimples on the face)
  4. Hair loss from the head (Baldness)
  5. Trouble getting pregnant (Infertility)
  6. Weight gain and obesity (Lean PCOS if weight is normal)

If women have some symptoms it’s called MILD PCOS and if they have all its called SEVERE PCOS.

PCOS increases your risk of other health problems, like Diabetes, High cholesterol, Sleep apnea, Depression or anxiety, Eating disorders, such as binge eating or bulimia or losing interest in sex.

We will decide which tests you should have based on your age, symptoms, and individual situation. Possible tests include: blood tests to measure levels of hormones, blood sugar, and cholesterol, pregnancy test if you have missed any periods and pelvic ultrasound when required. 

There are two ways of treating PCOS. One is life style changes and the other is medications and hormonal treatment, the most common way is birth control pills. However, the pills don’t cure the condition but can improve symptoms like irregular periods, acne, and facial hair. Laser therapy or electrolysis to remove extra hair is some of the cosmetic measures.

If you are overweight, losing weight can improve many of your symptoms. For weight loss and metabolic management you can enroll in our PCOS treatment plan.

Most people with PCOS are able to get pregnant by weight loss if overweight. Our PCOS treatment plan will help you achieve this remotely.

It is possible to live a full and normal life with PCOS with the support of the multidisciplinary team of Endocrinologists, Dietitians, Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Dermatologists and Gynaecologists. However, women with PCOS have to follow a healthy diet and life style.