Overview

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is a common endocrine system disorder affecting about 12-18% of women in the reproductive age.

Cosmetic Issues

Hyperandrogenism (excess male hormone) in PCOS often manifests itself with the cosmetically disfiguring problems of acne, hirsutism, hair loss and skin darkening.

Irregular Periods

Polycystic ovary syndrome signs and symptoms often begin soon after a woman first begins having periods (menarche).

Infertility

PCOS, is a common cause of anovulation and female infertility. Anovulation occurs when the ovaries do not release an egg during menstruation.

Early & Recurrent Pregnancy Loss

The reproductive issues with PCOS are manifold starting with anovulatory cycles leading to subfertility.

Gestational Diabetes

Women with PCOS have an increased risk of developing Gestational Diabetes Mellitus, regardless if they are overweight or not.

Risk For Chronic Diseases

The earlier your PCOS is diagnosed and treated, the lower your risk of developing complications associated with PCOS.

Nutrition And PCOS

Most women relate PCOS to being overweight or obese. This is a common misconception but the fact is that up to 50% of women diagnosed with…

Symptoms Management

We have read about in detail about PCOS Symptoms and treatment in these pages. Let’s now look at how PCOS affects Mental and Emotional Health and ways to tackle it. Mental and emotional health…

Acne

It is well known that PCOS often causes a range of complications. One of the most damaging complications of PCOS is Acne as it almost always leaves scars that are persistent.

Hair Loss & Baldness

Women lose hair throughout their lives for variety of reasons, primarily due to anemia. It has also been reported that usage of strong antibiotics

Managing PCOS Related Acne

PCOS is caused by a mélange of internal factors and hence it is important to treat it from inside.

Diabetes Mellitus

Polycystic ovary syndrome symptoms often begin soon after a woman first begins having periods (menarche).

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