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Homeopathic Treatment For Polycystic Ovaries
Is there any treatment for polycystic ovaries and how can one control the growth of facial hair and obesity caused by this disease?
BCP or Fert Drugs: Pcos is an ovarian dysfunction. If you are not trying to pregnant the treatment of choice is the birth control pill. If you are trying to get pregnant we use fertility drugs, but it varies as to how a patient responds to these medications. The "fertility drug" is actually stimulating the ovary to ovulate.The first drug we use is clomid, (clomiphene) but it has to be used in higher dosages than normal ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My sonographic findings are consistent with polycystic ovaries. What are my next steps for treatment?
Im 29yrs.Having 2children.Now diagnised with polycystic ovaries and bulky uterus.May i know the treatment of this condition?
No cure, but...: Often times the symptoms of pcos can be made better by weight loss if you are overweight. Symptoms such as abnormal bleeding and irregular periods can be better by losing excess body fat. This is because body fat makes estrogen which can make the symptoms worse. Some people with pcos are not overweight and this would not apply to them. ...Read more
Not Possible: Pcos is a hormonal imbalance that is believed to have its origins in the ovaries themselves. You can't cur pcos. It can be controlled. Risks such as diabetes and pre-diabetes should be managed. Weight should be controlled. Diet and exercise are important. But it cannot actually be cured. ...Read more
PCOS: Polycystic ovarian syndrome is a collection of symptoms initially noted to occur when multiple little cysts giving the ultrasound appearance of a string of pearls was present.It is now understood to be an endocrine problem involving both insulin and ovarian hormones.There are many treatments available today but no 1 definitive cure.Things as simple as weight loss and as radical as surgery can help ...Read more
Becouse of polycystic ovaries I have facial hair on my face if polycystic ovaries cure than the hair will dicrease r not?
Not for current hair: Hair that has already changed from a "female" follicle to a "male" follicle will never change back. The meds are helpful, but will only help prevent the progression or change in new skin areas. They won't really affect hair that is already present, except to slow down the growth slightly. Laser or electrolysis is needed for permanent removal. ...Read more
I have polycystic ovaries and hypothyroid.I am having too much hair fall.Is it due to thr above conditions.If yes, is there any cure for hairfall.
I have polycystic ovaries please help me how long its take for cure and it will harmful for uterus or not and later can hope to cancive?
No cure: There is no cure for pcos. There is a spectrum of pcos symptoms and not all women have the same severity. This makes it difficult to find one treatment for all. Therefore, goal is to manage symptoms. Women with pcos do have more difficulty conceiving and may need to see a specialist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Im 19 &my period is irregular due to polycystic ovaries,& had reocattane(for acne-7months).So im taking OVA CURE& worried if it causes acne/hairloss?
PCOS: What is most likely causing your acne and hair loss is the PCOS. With PCOS your androgen (male hormone) levels are too high which leads to male-pattern hair loss and acne. It sounds like your case is fairly severe. You might do better with some combination of spironolactone (blocks androgen receptor) and finasteride (blocks production of dihydrotestosterone). Need 2 forms of contraception though. ...Read more
My husband and his son (by previous marriage) have PKD. His daughter has Polycystic Ovaries, she doesn't show signs of pkd is this random or connecte?
Some cases have : been reported of women with both PKD & PCOS, but the genetic mutations found thus far in patients with Autosomal Dominant & Autosomal Recessive Polycystic Kidney Disease differ from those found in patients with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, or Stein-Leventhal Syndrome. Overall, no ^ed rate of PCOS has been found in women with PKD or those who have family members with PKD. ...Read more
My cd 3 LH is 5.5 and FSH 4.5 .. Is this suggestive of pcos? I don't have typical polycystic ovaries on usg.. Thanks
My gynaecologist said I had polycystic ovaries, but didn't explain it as well as I'd like. What does this mean? What are the risks?
PCOS: Here is a great link to learn about polycystic ovary syndrome http://www.uptodate.com/contents/polycystic-ovary-syndrome-the-basics?source=search_result&search=polycystic+ovarian+syndrome&selectedTitle=1~150 With PCOS you are at risk for high sugars, weight gain and infertility. After you read the info in the above link ask us more questions if you have them. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Me and my partner have been trying to conceive for over 3 years. We are both fertile and my partner hasn't got polycystic ovaries. What could it be :(?
Testing needed: After one year of trying to conceive it's appropriate for some fertility testing for both you and your partner. There can be problems with ovulation, sperm function, fallopian tube function, uterine lining development, and other factors. Get some help: it can often help you get pregnant. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Chronic anovulation: Each of the small cysts on or in the ovaries contains an egg. When a woman ovulates one of the cysts ruptures to release the egg, then the cyst goes away. When a women does not ovulate regularly the follicular cysts stay and as more develop the ovaries become polycystic. Poly means many. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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