Polycystic ovarian syndrome is a multifactorial disease that involves excess production of male sex hormone (androgen). If you experience any of the symptoms like- missed periods, acne or oily skin, weight gain, and excess body hair, then contact your gynaecologist and get yourself checked any delay in treatment can lead to further health complications. PCOD-PCOS can be treated by modifying your lifestyle, proper medication, or surgery, depending on the severity of the condition.
Polycystic ovarian syndrome is a multifactorial disease that involves excess production of male sex hormone (androgen). If you experience any of the symptoms like- ... Read More
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Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a highly prevalent disorder that affects various facets of fertility. PCOS is the most common among reproductive-aged women. Early diagnosis and long-term management can help control PCOD or PCOS and also help in avoiding other health complications. Women with PCOS are more vulnerable to glucose intolerance, type 2 diabetes mellitus, hepatic steatosis and metabolic syndrome, hypertension, dyslipidemia, vascular thrombosis, cerebrovascular accidents, and possibly cardiovascular events.
It is extremely important to get timely treatment, or else it can lead to other serious health issues linked to PCOD/PCOS.
Pristyn Care is one of the leading healthcare providers of gynaecological-related issues, and we work with some of the most experienced and expert female gynaecologists. You can visit us and can consult with our top gynaecologist for the best treatment for PCOD/PCOS.
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Diagnosis of patients suspected of having PCOS includes a thorough history and physical examination, assessment for the presence of hirsutism, ovarian ultrasonography, and hormonal testing. However, BMI level also needs to be checked, followed by a lab test of insulin, blood sugar, and hormonal level. The diagnosis helps to determine whether PCOS is present or not. Some of the common diagnostic tests are as follows-
However, early diagnosis will help in treating the condition more efficiently. We suggest consulting your gynaecologist as soon as you experience symptoms like- skipped and irregular periods, acne, or hair growth on the back or face, consult the best gynaecologists and get yourself checked.
The treatment procedure for PCOD/PCOS varies from woman to woman, however, there are some factors that can influence the treatment procedure like- age and severity of the condition.
Birth control pills– These pills contain both estrogen and progestin hence they help in decreasing androgen production and regulating estrogen. Regulating your hormones can help in reducing the risk of endometrial cancer and correct irregular bleeding, excess hair growth, and acne.
Progestin therapy– Doctors may administer a single course of progestin before ovulation induction. Progestin leads to thickening in the lining of the uterus. Without continuous progestin administration to maintain the thickening, the uterine lining is sloughed off, and bleeding begins. It is usually performed to simulate the bleeding that occurs at the beginning of the monthly menstrual cycle.
Non-surgical options largely include
Dietary modifications: The first suggestion in PCOD and PCOS is always dietary modifications. Stop junk food. Stop packaged food items. Stop excessive intake of carbohydrates and white bread. Eat healthily, eat fresh, eat local. Especially, eat a lot of fresh green vegetables and home cooked food.
Exercises and weight loss: Continuously work towards your health and get your BMI in control. Stay active and lose weight. Keeping your weight in check can drastically normalize your health and mood. Some of the yoga asana you could practice are:
Sitting badrasan, sleeping badrasan, bhujangasana, sarpasana, anulom vilom and kapalbhati. Some asanas that can help you relax during periods are: vishpanda bhav, anitya bhavana and shavasana.
Medicines: Medicinal treatment differs in different cases. It primarily depends on if/ if not you want kids. Women seeking childbirth may be prescribed: Antiandrogens and fertility drugs.
Whereas, women not desiring childbirth may be prescribed :
Hormone Birth control pills/ SOS medicine (meprate 10 mg) and at times, – antiandrogens.
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If PCOS is left untreated for a long time, it can lead to various other serious health complications like-
In some cases, you can treat PCOD-PCOS by modifying your diet and exercising your pelvic area, while some severe cases require medications or surgery. In medication, doctors usually prescribe hormonal birth control pills, antiandrogen, and cancer preventive medicines. While for suurgical treatment, ‘laparoscopic ovarian drilling’ is performed to puncture the areas where the ovary produces male hormones.
Here are some remarkable changes you may notice in your body when PCOS reverses, some of the changes that you might feel are as follows-
Home remedies cannot treat PCOD or PCOS, but surely can manage them. A few lifestyle changes and home remedies to manage PCOD and PCOS at home are –
We suggest not relying completely on home remedies for the treatment. Consult your doctor first to understand the severity of your condition.
Commonly reported health problems associated with PCOD-PCOS are:
Yes, the surgical treatment is covered under insurance since laparoscopic ovarian drilling is suggested only in the most severe cases, and to relieve absolute suffering, most insurance providers in India cover its surgery cost. We suggest consulting your insurance provider before undergoing surgical treatment.
The average cost of surgical treatment for PCOD-PCOS is around INR 35,000 to INR 50,000 in India.
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