The symptoms of PCOS can vary from women to women.
Public information and awareness about the symptoms and the serious nature of the disorder are crucial to identifying women in need of treatment. In addition, for women to make informed decisions about their health management, the information upon which they base their decisions should be accurate, current, based on well-performed research studies and obtained from well-informed and well-trained physicians and other caregivers. This information must be easy for the general public to find and understand.
‘Conquer PCOS’ Has Been Created With Just That In Mind; To Spread Awareness About This Lesser Known Condition And Get More Women Diagnosed.
“Conquer PCOS is a joint effort by Metropolis Healthcare Ltd, India’s leading chain of Laboratories and the PCOS society of India.“
Our core objectives with conquer PCOS are the following
Spread awareness about the condition
Get more women diagnosed
Offer support for women with PCOS
Create a forum
Holistic Approach Requires A Team
so you will need to work together with these true professionals! Let’s meet them too
Dr. Duru Shah
Reputed Gynecologist & Fertility Specialist
Dr. Duru Shah is the Scientific Director of Gynaecworld and the Gynaecworld Assisted Fertility Center, Mumbai, India and is a Consultant to the Breach Candy Hospital, Jaslok Hospital and Sir Hurkisondas Hospital in Mumbai. Dr Duru Shah leads a highly qualified team of Consultants at the Gynaecworld Assisted Fertility Centre that offers a wide range of specialised fertility options under one roof – from IUI, IVF, ICSI, TESA and PESA to freezing of embryos, eggs, sperm, semen analysis, egg donation, surrogacy and embryo donation.
Dr. Shashank R Joshi
MD, DM, FACP, FRCP, FACE, Endocrinologist
Dr. Rekha Sheth
MD, DVD, Dermatologist
Dr. Piya Ballani Thakkar
M.D, D.N.B., D.G.O., F.A.C.E., F.C.P.S.
Dr. Madhuri Patil
MD, FCPS, DGO, DFP, FICOG, Gynecologist
Dr. Uday Thanawala
MD, DGO, FCPS, DNB, Gynaecologist
Dr. Sangeeta Agrawal
MD, DNB, DGO, FRCOG (LONDON), Gynaecologist