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Madam i have infertility since 3 years of my marriage.Have Polysystic Overies Syndrome and getting treated since last 2 years???getting frustrated now
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I have infertility since 3 years of my marriage.Have Polysystic Overies Syndrome and getting treated since last 2 years???getting frustrated now Sou
Endocrine disorder: Pcos is a endocrine disorder with many presentations. Most often, women have problems with ovulation and infertility. Because of a hormone imbalance, the ovaries to not recieve the signal to ovulate, thus women have difficulty conceiving. Other systems are affected as well. Many women have blood sugar, testosterone and weight issues. ...Read more
Polycystic Overies, I'm 17 and might have that. I'm scared, I want kids in the future. Will that take it away? How is this treated? Will it ever go?
Exercise/plant based: PCOS is a hormonal problem from androgen excess in the body of a female. This leads to hirsutism (male pattern facial hair), weight gain, acne and irregular periods. Like many diseases prevention is power. Regular exercise and a plant based diet with plenty of water is very important to help decrease negative effects of PCOS. 5 fruits and veggies per day, 1 hour of exercise and see your PMD. ...Read more
Hi how do I loose fat.Am 28 and 5"6'and weight is 86.Am having medicine uthyroxine 25 mgand having medicine for polysystic ovary.Already have 2 kids?
Look at the calories: One can choose an exercise she really enjoys. Any form of exercise burns calories, so if one does not eat or drink more calories than she is using during her exercise, then her body will burn up fat as fuel. However, if a person drinks a large orange juice ( ~300 calories) while exercising, and exercises away only 200 calories, she will still get fatter even though she is exercising. Avoid sugars! ...Read more
Grade - 1 Polycystic overies.Multiple immature follicles with increased stromal content and echogenicity - suggestive of bilateral Polycystic overies?
I ve polycystic overies, how can I tell if my periods are normal or heavy coz I don't know what is the average healthy amount is[ve low iron reserves?
PCOS: Menstrual flow varies quite a bit from woman to woman, so it is hard to say what normal should be. I would suggest seeing your doctor, and having them check your blood count. That will determine whether your bone marrow is able to replace the blood you lose with each cycle, and also indicate if you are low on iron or not. Even with PCOS, it is unusual for intermittent menses to cause significant anemia. ...Read more
17 years old having polycystic overies. i had small cystes and was given Diane 35. have been taking it for 4 months now as i'm very young is it good?
PCOS Treatment: Diane 35, a birth control pill, has a number of adverse effects. If you are not sexually active, you probably don't need a BCP. Treatment of choice for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is Metformin, 500 mg three times daily. You can also use (or add) the herb Berberine, in the same dosage. OTC Natural Progesterone Cream (20-40 mg/day) days 10-24 of your cycle will also help (instead of BCPs) ...Read more
Hi doctor, 22 years old, 1)Grade - 1 Polycystic overies (Both ovaries show multiple immature follicles with increased stromal content echogenicity?
PCOS description: Yes, that definitely describes PCOS as an entity, but what is the nature of your question? ...Read more
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