2022-04-04 : ABR Hospital
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Know PCOS for No PCOS

PCOS which means Polycystic Ovary Syndrome is a condition in women that directly affects women's menstruation, hormone levels, insulin, endocrine, ovulation, fertility and causes multiple problems. PCOS condition in women fetches more of male hormones production like testosterone and will continue the absence of menstruation or no menstruation. PCOS may develop diabetes, heart diseases, and some types of cancerous cells. It even starts in women from an age of 15, also 75-80 among 100 women, experience PCOS for one or other reasons. 


Know More About PCOS And Get Treated For No PCOS Condition :

See how PCOS going to halt your quality of life and get yourself the right care to prevent and treat PCOS from the best gynecologist near you 


Symptoms That Alarm About PCOS:

Unusual Menstruation bleeding: Abnormal changes in bleeding, sometimes the bleeding will be too light, and sometimes it will be too heavy


Hair Growth:

Face, internal parts, belly, hands, buttocks, and other body parts will have extreme hair growth which isn't normal 


Acne or Scars: 

Those with PCOS experience acne-prone skin and pale skin with scars, quite abnormal acne needs to be checked with a doctor for PCOS


No Menstrual Cycle:

There will be the absence of periods or no periods for weeks, months, and even years for some



Either PCOS in some women develops weight gain or obesity whereas some women get sudden fatigue


Pregnancy Problems:

 Some will experience no pregnancy or complicated pregnancy. PCOS causes infertility sometimes and risks pregnancy sometimes


PCOS Diagnosis:

On the discussion of symptoms, doctors usually notice your PCOS condition, also confirms with some tests like


  • Scanning
  • Thyroid test
  • Hormonal imbalance tests
  • Blood tests
  • Urine tests
  • Pelvic exam
  • Insulin checks
  • Ultrasound 
  • Tests for cysts in ovaries


Medical Treatments For PCOS:

Gynecologists do prefer some medical treatments to reduce the symptoms of PCOS and to regulate normal functioning. 

  • Inducing Progestin
  • Provides metformin based on your diabetes condition
  • Birth control pills 
  • Ovarian drilling surgeries 
  • Clomiphene
  • Other surgeries to regulate ovulation 


Facts About PCOS:

  • Even you have PCOS, you may be still experiencing pregnancy, hence if you don't want to get pregnant, it's better to use contraceptive pills or safe intercourse
  • With age, PCOS will cause diabetes, especially after 30 years 
  • Even when you experience regular periods, there are chances of getting PCOS, do get regular checkups
  • Improper diet is one of the causes of PCOS, also including protein food in the diet may help PCOS cravings
  • Sleeping problem is the most common problem and is seen twice more in PCOS women than the women who don't have PCOS
  • Vitamin D is the best supplement for PCOS women to support egg production and development 


Depression and stress causes and implicates PCOS condition, it's high time to indulge in meditation, yoga or see a therapist


Some Supplements that are super beneficial for PCOS, the intake of these into the body, help support in recovering from PCOS

  • Vitamin D
  • Vitamin B6
  • Omega-3 
  • Magnesium 
  • N-acetyl-cysteine
  • Zinc
  • Myo-inositol
  • Vitamin D3


Self-Care PCOS:

Lifestyle changes can help manage PCOS well, do make the move with consistent and determined hobbies and habits.

  • Quit smoking and avoid alcohol 
  • Exercise regularly and meditate often
  • Yoga is the best solution
  • Never stress, it multiplies and worsens PCOS 
  • Reduce sugar content in your diet 
  • Include right diet, with additional supplements 
  • Take more greens, whole grains, and nuts
  • Never skip food, take more carbohydrates
  • Regular check-up for diabetes and blood pressure 


Causes of PCOS:

No particular cause of PCOS has been detected, however, based on the symptoms, hereditary problems, hormonal imbalance, irregular periods, and some other external reasons. Doctors say that excess insulin in the body, hormonal imbalance, causes PCOS, that you may be experiencing PCOS and they may advise you to seek the best gynecologist near you.


How To Notice PCOS:

  • Consecutive no periods for three months or three weeks
  • No particular date of the menstrual cycle
  • Sleeping problem 
  • Acne and hair growth in many parts of the body
  • Hyperpigmentation or dark patches in some parts of the body 
  • Infertility 
  • Weight gain
  • Excessive sebum production or oily skin
  • Abnormalities in menstruation 
  • Complete absence or menopause 
  • Unusual and Heavy bleeding 
  • Weight loss
  • Depression 
  • More hair fall or hair loss


PCOS Untreated Problems:

Also, PCOS has no cure, it can be treated and regulated with the right treatment and medication from expert gynecologists. If PCOS is not treated there are high chances of getting heart diseases, infertility, acne-prone skin texture, and even causes cancer. 


PCOS may develop right from your first period, or in the middle and there are a lot of women all over the world facing PCOS, it's not a life-threatening but challenging quality of life, don't worry you are not alone, we have got your back, come and visit ABR Hospital, the best gynecology hospital in Hyderabad, and get the extensive care from our top gynecologists. 








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