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Is Pcos Curable
It depends: The majority of cases of PCOS are associated with being overweight or obese causing insulin resistance and in such cases, losing significant weight (? 20 or more lb) can cause symptoms to disappear and periods to become regular but one has to keep the weight off to be "cured". For PCOS in women of normal weight medical treatment to help lower male hormone levels and regulate periods is best. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My sister 26 years is suffering from pcos, and diabetes and she is not able to concieve, is pcos curable?
Difficult: Pco is not curable. Women with pco can get pregnant but it is much more difficult. Work closely with your doctors to make sure you are on the right medications/diet to optimize your chances of getting pregnant. My patient had good results with metformin: i was diagnosed with pcos a month ago, was put on metformin and got pregnant after i started the medication. Good luck! ...Read more
Can simple small ovarian cysts turn into pcos in future? I heard that pcos is not totally curable. Is pco also has no cure? Thank you.
Hi Doctor. I have been diagnosed with PCOS last year. Can you please tell me if PCOS is at all curable?and what about Homeopathy and Unani treatments?
PCOS can improve: PCOS may be related to insulin resistance which affects hormonal balance leading to elevated androgens (testosterone) and then causes many of the symptoms we see. A low glycemic diet, daily exercise, zinc and chromium can improve this. Your doc may prescribe medications temporarily to help. In my experience, diet, exercise and avoiding chemicals that affect hormones (like BPA) are key. Good luck. ...Read more
Can be controlled: To have the diagnoses of pcos you need to have androgen excess (increased hair growth, elevated testosterone or acne) irregular menstrual cycles and/or pcos appearing ovaries by ultrasound (you just need 2 of these 3 criteria to be diagnosed). The symptoms can be controlled with weight loss, cutting carbs, and medical therapy (ocps, metformin etc), but its not curable. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
PCOS: Pcos can cause hormonal changes but isn't usually a cause of fatty liver. Some medications used to treat the symptoms may cause liver changes but the risk is low. Herbal supplements used to treat pcos may affect the liver as well. I would see a specialist and tell them all the things you have tried to manage the symptoms to find out the cause of the fatty liver. ...Read more