PCOS Treatment at ZAIB Hospital
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)
Genes, insulin resistance, and inflammation do have all been linked to excess androgen production.
It’s likely that many genes cannot just one they contribute to the condition.
Insulin is a hormone that the pancreas produces to help the body use sugar from foods for energy.
When cells can’t use insulin properly, the body’s demand for insulin increases randomly. The pancreas can makes more insulin to compensate. Extra amount insulin triggers the ovaries to produce more male hormones.
Obesity is most one of the major cause of insulin resistance. Both obesity and insulin resistance can be increase your risk for type 2 diabetes .
Common symptoms of PCOS
The most common symptoms are:
Irregular periods. A lack of the ovulation prevents the uterine lining from shedding every month. Some of the women with PCOS get fewer than eight periods a year.
Heavy bleeding. The uterine lining builds up for a longer period of the time, so the periods you do get can be heavier than normal.
Hair growth. More than 70 percent of the women with this condition grow hair on their face and body. Including on their back, belly, and chest. Excess hair growth is called hirsutism which is common in this.
Acne. Male hormones can make the skin oilier than before or usual and cause breakouts on areas like the face, chest, and upper back.
Weight gain. Up to 80 percent of the women with PCOS are overweight or obese.
Male-pattern baldness. Hair on the scalp gets thinner or may be fall out.
Darkening of the skin. Dark patches of skin can form in body creases like those on the neck, in the groin, or under the breasts.
· Headaches. Hormone changes can trigger headaches in some of the women.
Does Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Need Surgery?
ZAIB Hospital has infertility experts pointed out: Whether polycystic ovary syndrome need surgical treatment depends on the severity and the cause of disease, according to the patient’s condition and stage for the treatment, rather than just one treatment for thousands patients.
The exact etiology of polycystic ovary syndrome is unknown, but it seems that produce too much ovarian androgens, and excessive androgen can cause multiple endocrine system dysfunction and then effect. The treatment of polycystic ovary is more similar with other gynecological diseases. The most first step to treat polycystic ovary is to check the severity of the disease. In general, the only in the moderate and severe, the doctor will advise you to do polycystic ovarian surgery. >>>If you are in troubled years of polycystic to Infertility.