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Polycystic Ovarian Disease Treatment & Diagnostics in C Scheme, Jaipur

POLYCYSTIC OVARIAN DISEASE (PCOD)

Polycystic Ovarian Disease is one of those lifestyle conditions that affect us without us knowing about it. Sometimes an unhealthy lifestyle and a lot of junk food might change the metabolism of the body. Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome occurs because of our unhealthy lifestyle patterns, which our body cannot adjust with.

We can see PCODs amongst most girls in their teenage years. It is a bit different from PCOS, and diet and exercise can help a lot in the former.

What is Polycystic Ovarian Disease (PCOD)?

It is a disorder in which the ovaries have half-matured eggs. These eggs then later turn into cysts and become enlarged. The ovaries also produce androgen in large amounts disturbing the hormonal balance of the body. In this disorder, the menstruation cycle of a woman also goes out of balance. 

What are the symptoms associated with PCOD?

Some common symptoms of PCOD are as follows: 

  • Irregular Periods, which sometimes results in no periods or periods with heavy bleeding.
  • Hair fall or hair getting thinner on the scalp.
  • Trouble getting pregnant.
  • Weight gain
  • Acne.

When to see a doctor at Apollo Spectra, Jaipur?

Go for a doctor's consultation if you're facing one of the symptoms mentioned above. See a doctor if you are facing irregular periods or missing your periods, and infertility issues.

You should also consult your doctor in Jaipur if your symptoms match those of a diabetic patient. You will feel thirsty and hungry and have sudden weight loss or blurred vision.

Your dermatologist might also ask you to visit a gynecologist if you are experiencing:

  1. Hair fall
  2. Having facial hair growth
  3. Increased Acne outbreak

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Call 1860 500 2244 to book an appointment.

What are the causes of PCOD?

The causes for PCOD are as follows:

  • It can be genetically caused and hereditary. If the family has a medical history of PCOD, then the following generations might have it too.
  • When a woman is insulin resistant, and the insulin hormone is dysfunctional, PCODs may occur.
  • If a woman gains weight, it can cause inflammation and raise androgen levels in the body, eventually leading to PCOD.

What are some of the Complications associated with PCOD? 

The complications which women usually face during PCOD are as follows:

  • PCODs can lead to infertility.
  • It also leads to being overweight or even becoming obese. Having both obesity and PCOD also increases the risk of having high blood pressure and blood sugar. 
  • PCODs lead to pauses in breathing while sleeping in the night which leads to sleep apnea. 
  • PCODs can result in endometrial cancer. 

What are the ways to prevent PCOD?

The ways the prevent PCODs are as follows: 

  • Maintain a stable weight. 
  • Reduce or limit the consumption of carbohydrates. 
  • Try exercising daily and getting a fresh breath of air 

What is the Treatment associated with PCODs?

The treatment for PCOD is as follows: 

  • Making changes in lifestyle by maintaining a good diet and doing time to time exercises which will help in reducing weight.
  • Doctors can treat PCOD with medications such as birth control pills. These help in decreasing the androgen level because these pills contain estrogen and progestin. 
  • Doctors advise women with PCOD to reduce the consumption of carbohydrates in their meals. 
  • Doctors can advise patients on taking progestin therapy for 10-14 days or one to two months. It will help in regulating the woman's periods and can also prevent endometrial cancer. 

CONCLUSION:

It is important to understand that doctors try to tackle PCOD through lifestyle changes. Go for a healthy diet, proper exercise, and get good sleep. If nothing seems to work, your doctor can prescribe you medications thereafter. You should keep visiting your doctor till you fully recover.

 

Can PCOD be cured? 

No doctor can cure PCOD for you. They can only help you control it. Meeting medical professionals like gynaecologists, dieticians - will help you make your lifestyle healthy. You will then be able to control it. 

Can women with PCODs get pregnant?

Most women have PCODs and it is a common ailment. If you keep it under control and undergo proper treatment, you can get pregnant.

What happens if PCODs are left untreated?

If left untreated, PCODs can cause real issues and become a serious problem. You can develop ovarian cancer, have an acne outbreak, acne scars, heart diseases, etc. You might also face pregnancy-related issues and sleep apnea.

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