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Poly Cystic Ovaries Syndrome
HCAS.: Pcos is best described at hcas - hyperandrogenism and chronic anovulation syndrome. It is frequently the result of obesity that produces excess androgens from the subcutaneous fat deposed all over the body; that in turn inhibits monthly ovulation starting a vicious circle of hormonal imbalance that can only be stopped with weight loss and/or metformin/ocps. ...Read more
What are the chances of getting pregnant with poly cystic ovaries syndrome? I was diagnosed with poly cystic ovaries about 4 years ago. I was placed on birth control and metformin. I haven't really stuck with the metformin and changed my birth control whi
"Poly : "poly cystic ovaries syndrome" (pcos) is a general term used to describe a collection of symptoms and medical signs. One of the most common findings is that a woman does not release an egg (ovulate) each month. When a woman does not ovulate, she usually does not have a period. A period occurs when a woman ovulates but does not get pregnant. The severity of pcos varies widely. Some people never ovulate. Some people ovulate several times a year. When a person ovulates normally, she has about a 20% chance of getting pregnant if she is less than 35 years of age. What this all means is that there is a chance that you are pregnant, but the odds are that you probably are not. The best thing to do is to check a home pregnancy test. Whether it is positive or negative, it is probably time for you to see your ob/gyn. If you are pregnant it is time. If you are not pregnant, you have a history of pcos and are trying to get pregnant. You most likely will need simple treatments in the form of pills to get pregnant. Good luck! ...Read more
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
I have Poly Cystic Ovary Syndrome & I'm getting mixed messages about what my diet should be. Is it true that I should be avoiding grains?
I was just diagnosed with Poly Cystic Ovary Syndrome. I've heard of women reversing their symptoms through a certain diet. What should my diet be?
Most likely: A good strategy for increased fertility in pcos patients with excess body weight is to lose a little bit of that weight while possibly simultaneously undergoing medical strategies. It's possible to get pregnant doing just one or just the other, but combined is usually better. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Are there any other treatments for poly cystic ovary syndromes than the oral pill? I'm horrible at remembering to take it.
Individual cases: There is no exact treatment for PCOS. The underlying symptoms can be treated. Overweight patients with can work on weight loss. Menstrual cycles can be regulated with birth control or Progesterone. Abnormal hair growth can be treated with laser hair removal or mediations like Spironolactone. Insulin resistance can be treated with Metformin. ...Read more
My doc suggested me danocrine (danazol) (100mg) twice a day for pcos .Is it suitable for the treatment of poly cystic ovary syndrome?
Hi. .I have cystic ovaries syndrome and gained 7 kilos I'm under glucophage (metformin) 500 for 2 weeks and then 850 for 3 weeks but I didn't loose any weight ?
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