Poly Cystic Ovary Syndrome

poly cystic ovary syndrome

Poly Cystic Ovary Syndrome is a common hormonal disorder in females that cause various symptoms in women with reproductive ages. It is also popularly known as PCOD or PCOS. It creates an irregularity in menstrual cycles and is also because of excess male hormones in the body.

This condition of Poly Cystic Ovary Syndrome was named this because it was found that ovaries enlarged and caused multiple small cysts which are also called polycystic ovaries.

Let’s discuss some symptoms of PCOS:

  • Increase in weight:weight PCOD or PCOS makes it hard for infected people to lose weight.
  • Acne: People infected with PCOD have a lot of pimples and acne that won’t stop without proper care.
  • Facial Hair: This infection develops excess hair on the face and on the body which we know is not feminine. It usually brings thick and dark hair on the chest, back and the belly.
  • Hair loss: The amount of hair loss increases as you get infected with PCOD or PCOS.
  • Irregular Periods: This is the most common symptom in women to realize that they are infected and need to get themselves checked.
  • Depression:depression This infection causes depression to grow over the body and makes you feel dull and lost.

Here is how it can be treated:

  • Keep yourself fit and do some exercises and workouts regularly. Target in losing some weight, this will help in balancing hormones and will regulate your menstrual cycles.
  • Eat healthy food and avoid eating saturated fats, fried foods, meat, and cheese.
  • Quit smoking: avoid unhealthy foodSmoking has the ability to increase levels of androgen in the body which are the male hormones.

This was some general knowledge about the Poly Cystic Ovary Syndrome, we hope you keep yourself in check and prevent yourself from any symptoms and keep yourself healthy. Know more about

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