THE UNSPOKEN TRUTH OF PCOS
Are You Suffering From Irregular Cycles?
Did you know that in over 60% of women the cause of irregular cycles is PCOS?. PCOS is also the leading cause of infertility. But, truth is PCOS is easily treatable. In fact PCOS is even ‘reversible’. It’s just that no one in the healthcare industry wants to cure condition. But we have, our PCOS treatments have. Your freedom from PCOS is below. Schedule a consultation with Dr Manu, PCOS EXPERT at Dr. Manu’s PCOS Clinic.
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PCOS presents with over 30 symptoms. PCOS has been well associated with Infertility, chronic fatigue, weight gain , resistance, acne and host of other problems. Interestingly, most women diagnosed with PCOS will only manifest 1 or 2 symptoms. The top symptoms of course being irregular cycles and its associated infertility. Our PCOS treatment is tailored to not only relieve you of the distressing PCOS symptoms but to also repair the root cause with non invasive therapies wherever possible. No wonder many of our patients have considered us the among the best hospital for pcos treatment in chennai.
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What is the big deal about PCOS?
PCOS & Irregular Cycles
One of the top symptoms of PCOS is irregular cycles or missed periods. Infertility is ultimately a consequence. An irregular cycle is a sign that you are not ovulating. An estimated 26.7% of women in the childbearing age group have PCOS.
PCOS & Obesity
Over 80% of women with PCOS are obese or overweight. This is a very scary figure!. The truth is PCOS goes hand in hand with weight gain. Obesity is an inflammatory state and wrecks the regularity of your body hormones leading to irregular cycles, infertility and diabetes
PCOS & Diabetes
About 70% of women with PCOS have some form of resistance. This for most women ultimately leads to type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. The triad of resistance, obesity & weight gain leads to high risk of Diabetes in women with PCOS
PCOS & Acne
The biggest issue with PCOS is that the production of hormones is actually messed up. What happens then is that the uterine lining becomes unduly thick leading to heavy flows during the monthly periods
PCOS & Excess Hair
Studies indicate that 1 in 8 women with PCOS will have excess facial hair. This is again due to excess androgens. This is called hirsutism. Some women with PCOS may also develop thin hair & a typical male pattern of balding.
PCOS & Heavy Bleeding
Many women with PCOS have acne. Now these acne results from excess testosterone that is being secreted from the ovaries. This androgen imbalance affects both the quality of eggs produced and also causes acne
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How many days to confirm pregnancy for irregular periods?
With irregular menstrual cycles, it may become difficult for you when you miss a period, to say if you are actually pregnant or if its just those highly unpredictable and haphazhard cycles. Through this article we will bring to you few tips on early detection of pregnancy
How to get pregnant with PCOS and no period
The issues most women with PCOS face are not having regular periods and infertility. So,the question that haunts them is how to get pregnant with pcos and no period. Read on and you will find elaborate answers.
Can PCOS be cured?
If you have you recently had an ultrasound test for infertility issues or menstrual irregularities and your report says polycystic ovaries, your mind may be flooding with questions such as “What is pcos ?”, “Can pcos be cured?”, “Is it possible getting pregnant with pcos ?” and so on.In this article we will elaborate on those aspects of PCOS.
Can PCOS be cured Completely?
It is a question asked by most of the women suffering from PCOS. So we are bringing to you answers to it from our experts. Before we get to ‘can PCOS be cured completely?’ let us give you an insight into what is PCOS.
Can PCOS be cured by Losing Weight?
Have you been on treatment for PCOS and been advised by your gynecologist to lose weight? Let us clear your doubts about can PCOS be cured by losing weight? Through this article we will try to bring to you some facts about obesity and PCOS.
Complication of PCOS
Though PCOS in itself is not something you need to panic about, just like any other health derangement, early recognition and prompt treatment is very important so as to avoid complication of pcos which may arise in future. PCOS has certain effects on your body which in due course of time may make you prone to these complications of pcos.
The most common question's on PCOS we get from our patients
PCOS is most common among women in the child bearing age. PCOS however can occur at any age after puberty. PCOS also has some genetic risk. For example if your mother had PCOS, you are also likely to develop it
Common symptoms of PCOS include acne, weight gain with obesity. irregular cycles or heavy intermittent bleeding, excess facial hair. Other symptoms include depression and sleep apnea in smaller proportion of patients.
PCOS can be easily treated. In fact from a fertility viewpoint, PCOS treatments are fairly straightforward and easy. You can definitely get pregnant naturally with PCOS provided you take the right treatment
Experts do not exactly know as why PCOS occurs in the first place. We believe from our research that a combination of genetic predisposition, combined with weight gain, obesity and resitance leads to PCOS
PCOS definitely raises your risk of certain health conditions. These include
A. Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus
B. High Blood Pressure
C. Cholesterol and heart disease
D. Depression, anxiety
E. Sleep apnoea
F. Endomtetrial cancer
Unfortunately, this answer is not a simple one. Different patients present in different ways. PCOS treatments have to be individualized for a long lasting benefits. Its not just about weight loss and medications. PCOS treatments are designed to prevent a host of potential long term complications when done right. Treatments are usually multidisciplinary.