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Doctor insights on: Dua To Cure Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

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Is there a difference between polycystic ovaries and polycystic ovarian syndrome?

Is there a difference between polycystic ovaries and polycystic ovarian syndrome?

Not really: The ovaries are polycystic and the syndrome refers to the medical issues related to polycystic ovaries such as menstrual cycle changes, hair growth patterns, weight, infertility, insulin resistance and increased risk of uterine lining overgrowth/cancers. ...Read more

Ovary (Definition)

The usually paired female or hermaphroditic reproductive organ that produces ova and, in vertebrates, estrogen and ...Read more


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I am 27 year old. I am getting pink blood spots from vagina for18 days, I have 33mm ovaries and have polycystic ovarian syndrome. Do I get pregnancy?

I am 27 year old. I am getting pink blood spots from vagina for18 days, I have 33mm ovaries and have polycystic ovarian syndrome. Do I get pregnancy?

Not sure: 33 mm is normal for ovaries
if you have PCO you need to have 4 regular periods a year to keep healthy.
spotting may mean nothing, but do a preg test and if negative make sure your doc helps you have a period every few months ...Read more

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Could polycystic ovaries syndrome be 'cured'?

Could polycystic ovaries syndrome be 'cured'?

Yes: PCOS could be cured in some women with life-style changes. Exercise and weight loss that brings weight towards ideal body weight can result in a cure. ...Read more

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Can pcos polycystic ovary syndrome be cured, controlled, or reduced?

Can pcos polycystic ovary syndrome be cured, controlled, or reduced?

Yes!: Pcos (polycystic ovarian syndrome) is usually managed with encouraging weight loss and exercise, metformin therapy, and occasionally with oral contraceptives. Rarely, a large cystic ovary will require surgery. The syndrome is usually quite manageable. ...Read more

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I have a polycystic ovary syndrome... What type of food should I be taking to cure it? And what should I be doing and what not to do?

I have a polycystic ovary syndrome... What type of food should I be taking to cure it? And what should I be doing and what not to do?

Weight loss: Polycystic ovarian syndrome is typically associated with significant weight gain and insulin resistance. Following a low carb diet tends to be the most effective way to lose weight and improve the disorder. Exercise is also important. Your doctor may consider starting a medication, such as metformin ...Read more

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I have polycystic ovary syndrome (pcos). My weight is ok, so I think I need no exercise to reduce it (i think I am underweight).... How can I cure it?

I have polycystic ovary syndrome (pcos). My weight is ok, so I think I need no exercise to reduce it (i think I am underweight).... How can I cure it?

Control not cure: Thin patients with PCOS should focus on controlling the symptoms such as irregular periods, abnormal hair growth and acne. Usually birth control pills are prescribed. Cure may not be possible. Of course the diagnosis of PCOS should be confirmed and other problems excluded. ...Read more

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What supplements may be beneficial in cure of polycystic ovary syndrome kindly explain I am at metformin now?

What supplements may be beneficial in cure of polycystic ovary syndrome kindly explain I am at metformin now?

Pcos supplements: Pcos is a hormonal imbalance due to genetic factors causing Insulin resistance and life style resulting in increased body weight
if you lose weight by dietary modifications and exercise it helps actions of metformin
claims for supplements are numerous and varied including myo inositol, vitamin d but not thoroughly proven
any diet resulting in weight loss with or without supplements is advisable. ...Read more

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What is polycystic ovary syndrome?

What is polycystic ovary syndrome?

Mixed bag: Pcos is a constellation of findings which includes irregular periods, elevated testosterone or testosterone like hormones (with no other cause), resistance to Insulin (predisposition to type 2 diabetes), problems with lipids, many times unwanted face and body hair, sometimes scalp hair loss. Ovarian cysts may or may not be found. Pcos is an outdated term but no better one has been agreed upon. ...Read more

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What exactly is polycystic ovary syndrome?

What exactly is polycystic ovary syndrome?

A hormone disorder: Pcos is a syndrome or disorder in which women have 2 of 3 of the following: irregular cycles, multi-cystic ovaries, or excess androgens ("male" hormone levels). Pcos has no specific cause but it is associated with obesity, some heredity, and Insulin resistance (also seen in type 2 diabetes). Treatment can help with ovulation, fertility and cosmetics. Hope this helps. ...Read more

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Polycystic ovary syndrome can start at what age?

Polycystic ovary syndrome can start at what age?

Teens and early 20s: Polycystic ovary syndrome is the most common hormone disorder in women. Its most common features are irregular/infrequent menstrual periods and excess male-like hormone (androgen) production, which causes abnormal hair growth (primarily on the face, neck, chest, and lower abdomen). Typically, it first becomes apparent during the teens and early 20's. ...Read more

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What are the signs of polycystic ovary syndrome?

What are the signs of polycystic ovary syndrome?

Clinical cues: Hi. PCOS is typified by irregular or absent periods, hirsutism, overweight, high testosterone, insulin resistance (& sometimes type 2 diabetes), and often a high LH:FSH ratio. If you suspect you have PCOS, see your primary doctor, gynecologist, or an endocrinologist. PCOS is a diagnosis of exclusion; Cushing's and non-classical congenital hyperplasia need to at least be considered. Good luck! ...Read more

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How to know if I have polycystic ovary syndrome?

How to know if I have polycystic ovary syndrome?

Cues: Hi. PCOS is typified by irregular or absent periods, hirsutism, overweight, high testosterone, insulin resistance (& sometimes type 2 diabetes), and often a high LH:FSH ratio. If you suspect you have PCOS, see your primary doctor, gynecologist, or an endocrinologist. PCOS is a diagnosis of exclusion; Cushing's and non-classical congenital hyperplasia need to at least be considered. Good luck! ...Read more

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What are the causes of polycystic ovary syndrome?

What are the causes of polycystic ovary syndrome?

We don't know: Polycystic ovarian syndrome is a collection of problems that tend to occur together: lots of little cysts on the ovary, irregular menstrual cycles and problems with extra hormones. Unfortunately, we just don't know what comes first or what causes what. ...Read more

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Polycystic ovary syndrome or disease. Which is it?

Syndrome: It is more correct to call it a syndrome. It has 4 major aspects-increased male hormones, lack of ovulation, ovaries with multiple cysts, and absence of other male hormone or prolactin disorders. It probably has multiple potential causes all leading to a common pathway. ...Read more

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What work best to treat polycystic ovary syndrome?

Depends: Diet, exercise and weight loss is essential. Metformin is probably the "best" rx to decrease the cause of pcos, which is Insulin resistance. Other medications may be indicated to lower elevated testosterone (if present) or assist w/fertility. Check w/ your doctors. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of polycystic ovary syndrome?

What are the symptoms of polycystic ovary syndrome?

Irregular cycles. ..: Most women with pcos have one or more of: irregular periods or no cycles, acne, oily skin, unwanted hair growth especially on the face or lower stomach, infertility or subfertility (difficulty getting pregnant). Some women with pcos have little or no symptoms - we look at symptoms, blood tests and an ultrasound of the ovaries to make the diagnosis. Not all women with pcos have fertility issues. ...Read more

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What to do about polycystic ovary syndrome symptoms?

What to do about polycystic ovary syndrome symptoms?

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Depends on the symptoms which vary for different patients. In some cases no symptoms, others have absent menses, male hormone sx's such as acne, hair growth, severe weight problems, diabetes, hypertension, mood disturbances etc. There are many different kinds of PCOS and the best treatment depends on the individual hormone situation. Just decreased my rates, for detailed attention! ...Read more

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How can I reduce pain from polycystic ovary syndrome?

First find cause: Pcos typically is painless medical condition. The only concern that may exit that is related to pcos may be a ovarian cyst that is large enough to cause torsion (self twisting). Assuming that your pain is pelvic in origin, you may also be ovulating (if receiving therapy) which can also cause temporary pain (called mittelschmerz). My advise is to seek medical evaluation to find cause of your pain. ...Read more

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Do you have information on polycystic ovary syndrome?

Hormonal disorder.: Polycystic ovary syndrome (pcos) is a common hormonal disorder among women of reproductive age. Infrequent or prolonged menstrual periods, excess hair growth, acne and obesity can all occur in women with polycystic ovary syndrome. The exact cause is unknown. I am attaching a good link.
http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/diseases-conditions/pcos/basics/symptoms/con-20028841. ...Read more

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I have polycystic ovary syndrome, what does this mean?

Tough Conception: Pcos means that the surfaces of your ovaries are a little thick. This may Prohibit them from releasing eggs (ovulating). There are a number of fixes. Most common is metformin, a medicine that will help your body respond to its own Insulin and in turn help your ovaries to ovulate. Usually mentrual cycles are disrupted with pcos and can be fixed with that medicine as well. ...Read more

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How do you know if you have polycystic ovary syndrome?

How do you know if you have polycystic ovary syndrome?

Check with your MD.: Gynecologists and reproductive endocrinologists are the experts to see if you think you have pcos/hcas. They will run various blood and imaging tests to determine if you fit the bill. ...Read more

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What is polycystic ovary syndrome? What are the symtoms?

What is polycystic ovary syndrome? What are the symtoms?

PCOS: Polycystic ovarian syndrome is a condition in which a woman has an imbalance in sex hormones. People with pcos often have high androgen (male hormone), irregular or missed periods or cysts in the ovaries. Genetic plays a role in this disorder although the exact cause is unknown. Treatment options are weight loss, birth control pills, metformin (diabetes pill), fertility meds, antiandrogen pills. ...Read more

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Diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome. What do I do now?

Diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome. What do I do now?

Common disorder: Pcos may be present in up to 30% of women. It is an Insulin resistant state that is characterized by weight gain, irregular or absent periods, hair growth, infertility and predisposition to diabetes. Treated by weight loss w/diet and exercise. Metformin rx. Can normalize menses and restore fertility in many women. Check with your doctor. ...Read more

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What exactly does it mean to have polycystic ovary syndrome?

A syndrome: Pcos is a syndrome where you have some combination of ovulation problems, symptoms of excess male hormone and large numbers of small follicles on the ovaries on ultrasound. ...Read more

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Why do I have polycystic ovary syndrome when I'm really thin?

Why do I have polycystic ovary syndrome when I'm really thin?

50% are thin: Pcos splits 50/50 into 'thin' and excess weight ; patients are similar but not identical. The confusion is understanding differences in diagnostic criteria vs. Other features of pcos. Most experts diagnose pcos as 2 out of 3: irregular or missed periods, clinical or blood evidence of extra androgens, and polycystic look of ovaries on ultrasound. Weight, hair-growth, are associated but variable. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: polycystic ovary syndrome?

What is the definition or description of: polycystic ovary syndrome?

A metabolic disorder: Pcos is a metabolic disorder affecting 8-10% of women that may cause irregular periods, acne or increased hair growth, infertility or subfertility, and increases the risk of diabetes. To diagnose pcos, we need 2 out of 3 of: 1. Irregular or no periods 2. Acne, hair growth and/or blood tests showing too much male-type hormones (androgens) 3. Ultrasound showing large ovaries or high follicle numbers. ...Read more