Polycystic ovarian disease is a condition characterized by presence of multiple small cysts in the ovaries associated with high male hormone levels, infrequent or absence of ovulation and other metabolic disturbances. Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is one of the most common female endocrine disorders affecting approximately 5%-10% of women of reproductive age (12–45 years old) and is thought to be one of the leading causes of female infertility Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), also known by the name Stein Leventhal syndrome, is a hormonal problem that causes women to have a variety of symptoms. It should be noted that most women with the condition have a number of small cysts in the ovaries. However, women may have cysts in the ovaries for a number of reasons, and it is the characteristic constellation of symptoms, rather than the presence of the cysts themselves, that is important in establishing the diagnosis of PCOS.
Oligomenorrhea, amenorrhea — irregular, few, or absent menstrual periods.
Infertility, generally resulting from chronic anovulation (lack of ovulation).
Absent periods, usually (but not always) after having one or more normal menstrual periods during puberty (secondary amenorrhea)
Acne that gets worse
Decreased breast size
Increased body hair, facial hair, a deepening of the voice, male pattern baldness, and enlargement of the clitoris
Increased hair growth; body hair may be in a male pattern
Poor response to the hormone, insulin (insulin resistance), leading to a build-up of insulin in the blood
Weight gain, or obesity
Excess insulin production by pancreatic is believed to produce excess androgen. This disrupts the normal menstrual cycle and may lead to infertility, excess body hair and acne.
Positive family history wherein if your mother or sister has PCOD, you might have a greater chance of having it, too.
Low grade inflammation has been seen more frequently in women with PCOD.
Another hormonal abnormality in women with PCOS is excessive production of the hormone LH, which is involved in stimulating the ovaries to produce hormones and is released from the pituitary gland in the brain.
It includes chronic non- ovulation and hyperandrogenemia associated with normal or raised estrogen, raised LH and a low FSH: LH ratio.
The fault lies in ovary itself, but may also be related hypothalamic-pituitary-ovarian axis and adrenal gland.
What We Give For Cure PCOD
Cold hip bath, Cold abdomen pack, Cold immersion bath, Vaginal basti, Neutral spinal bath, Cold abdominal pack, Warm water enema,
Full body oil massage, Partial lower abdominal and low back massage
Full mud bath, Mud packs on the abdomen
lime water, honey, ginger tea, papaya, soup, salad, mosambi juice, sprouted green gram, papaya, hot water
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