Women with pregnancy issues opt for PCOS treatment in Hyderabad. Patients do visit the fertility center in Hyderabad. Women desiring to conceive but not able to do so need to get themselves checked up for PCOS.
Early Detection of PCOS for Fertility Preservation happens to be a new study that has found that the earlier a woman is diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), the more likely she will be able to get pregnant. PCOS happens to be the most common cause of infertility in women of childbearing age, but it can also be managed for several reasons. PCOS treatment in Hyderabad is available for positive results.
Earlier Detection of PCOS for Fertility Preservation
A college student, at the age of 22 years old started experiencing irregular periods, and gaining weight steadily and also noticed excess growth of facial hair. This did continue for more than a year and a half as she thought these symptoms were not related to each other nor could indeed be a sign of a serious disorder. She only got eight menstrual cycles in a year and she did ignore the irregularity. Now at 26 she got married and started having problems with conceiving. Realizing that there might be a link with all sorts of symptoms that she has been ignoring, she visited a fertility consultant and was then diagnosed with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS).
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome happens to be largely a disorder leading to ovulatory dysfunction, thus making it difficult for women to conceive naturally. It may indeed affect 10-15 percent of women in their reproductive years. It is rather seen very commonly in obese or even overweight women. The term ‘polycystic’ does not mean there are multiple cysts but there are multiple follicles which happen to be minute structures that do contain eggs. They have more eggs than normal women. The abnormal hormonal environment does lead to a disturbance that does not let a single egg grow and also mature in time to ovulate. The follicles may rather start to grow and build up fluid but ovulation does not occur. In a few cases, some follicles tend to remain as cysts in the ovaries.
Symptoms of PCOS
The incidence of PCOS is rather rising among young women and is one of the largest contributors to infertility as well as sub-fertility.
Irregular menses faced by a woman (not following a 28-30 day cycle or even delayed periods for over 6 months), also the insufficient flow of menstrual blood, excessive growth of one’s facial hair, weight gain that is not amenable to routine measures, the appearance of unusual levels of acne or even pimples, etc. are few of the symptoms of PCOS. While it is normal for all women to produce androgen-testosterone (male sex hormone) at minimal levels, those with polycystic ovaries do tend to produce abnormal amounts of testosterone, thus causing the above-mentioned symptoms.
Causes of PCOS
While the exact cause of PCOS is rather unknown, doctors do believe that hormonal imbalances as well as genetics do play a role. Women are indeed more likely to develop PCOS if their mother or perhaps sister also has the condition.
PCOS can be due to changing lifestyle trends such as late working hours, bad food habits, lack of sleep and exercise, etc. resulting in various medical conditions such as obesity, which in turn causes hormonal imbalance.
Treatment for PCOS
PCOS is not a disease but a disorder that is managed soon after treatment begins. Noticing the symptoms of PCOS early and then working on improving insulin resistance via diet and exercise can help prevent complications of PCOS including infertility and other sorts of complications during pregnancy. To eliminate PCOS, simple treatment at the right time can indeed help manage the condition; however if left untreated, it may rather cause serious health problems such as diabetes or heart problems.
The fertility center in Hyderabad provides excellent facilities for PCOS treatment.