Tackle PCOS with the help of your weight

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PCOS, one of the most prevalent hormonal endocrine disorders among women, stands for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. It affects one in ten women of childbearing age. The condition is difficult to diagnose with a single test, as its symptoms vary from woman to woman. Still, an early diagnosis is essential for the treatment of PCOS. An early diagnosis may […]

PCOS and Infertility – How Are They Connected

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Polycystic Ovary Syndrome is a medical condition in which the female sex hormones become imbalanced, making it difficult to conceive. According to a study published by the National Center for Biotechnology Information, as many as 10% of women in their reproductive years are affected by this condition. Despite its prevalence, many women are unaware of […]

What are Ovulatory Disturbances?

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Any disturbances in the production of ovum or egg cells which can result in infertility, are called ovulatory disturbances. The start of ovulation in a woman can be detected through a rise in LH or Luteinizing hormones or a rise in the Basal Body Temperature (BBT). WHAT ARE THE CAUSES OF OVULATORY DISTURBANCES? Thyroid Hormones […]

Understanding Ovulation Induction

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Conception, in Women is a complex procedure that involves several steps. These include; hormonal triggers, follicle development, ovulation, etc. Ovulation is an important step in conception, but failure to ovulate or anovulation can cause a failed attempt at being pregnant. Ovulation Induction is a treatment developed for women who suffer from anovulation. In this procedure, […]

Treatment for PCOS

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Polycystic Ovary Syndrome or commonly known as PCOS is a disorder which hampers a woman’s hormone levels. Women suffering from PCOS produce excess amounts of male hormones. This leads to irregular menstrual cycle, too much growth of the facial hair, baldness, and even other long-term problems such as diabetes and heart diseases. Diagnosis There is […]

PCOS AND INSULIN RESISTANCE

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Insulin resistance and PCOS – or Polycystic ovary syndrome, often occur together. Many women that have PCOS never get tested for insulin resistance levels. Some do, but are told by their doctors that they have normal blood sugar levels. This could lead them to wonder what the cause behind the PCOS really is. Studies have […]

How to manage PCOS?

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Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is a condition where women produce excess male hormones known as androgens. This can affect ovulation and cause fluctuations in the insulin and cortisol levels. And, these two hormones are connected to stress, weight, and so much more. When women suffering from PCOS don’t manage the condition, it can lead to […]

PCOS and its Diet: How to Manage PCOS?

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Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is a condition where women produce excess male hormones known as androgens. This can affect ovulation and cause fluctuations in the insulin and cortisol levels. And, these two hormones are connected to stress, weight, and so much more. When women suffering from PCOS don’t manage the condition, it can lead to […]