Get Quick Rid of PCOS Symptoms

KNOW MORE ABOUT PCOS

Polycystic ovary syndrome is a disease that can cause fluctuation in women's hormones. When a woman has polycystic ovary syndrome, she has more androgens than men have. Because of this imbalance, women don't get their periods and it's harder to get pregnant. PCOS can also cause hair to grow on the body and face or make a person go bald. No one knows for sure what causes PCOS. Early diagnosis, treatment, and weight loss may lower the chance of long-term problems like type 2 diabetes and heart diseases. PCOS symptoms appear around the first menstruation in teens. PCOS may not appear until later in life, possibly due to weight gain. PCOS symptoms vary in different ways. There is a significant need to study a number of concerns concerning the complication of PCOS and its genuine detrimental effect on the health of women in their later years. The real task will be after gaining evidence-based information concerning the late implications to adopt safe measures in safeguarding a woman's health throughout her entire life. This will be the case when we have completed our research.

Hospital Information

  • RIMS is one of the Largest Healthcare Hospital situated in the center of Karachi.
  • We are available 24/7 for Surgeries i.e: Bariatric, Dental and Cosmetic.
  • Gynecological Emergency Services i.e: infertility in women and PCOS.
  • Experienced Professionals in gastroenterology, General Medicine, and Physiotherapy for the best treatment of a patient.
  • Book your appointments for Doctor’s Consultancy.

WAYS TO TREAT PCOS

Infertility, menstrual periods that are irregular, or a worsening of hirsutism, acne, or male-pattern baldness are all conditions that require medical treatment. Make an appointment with us for a consultation if the symptoms continue or get worse. The patient's medical history as well as their symptoms are questioned by the doctor. Age, the seriousness of the problems, and general health are all factors to consider. Your treatment might need to be adjusted if you end up having more children. Insulin resistance caused by PCOS can be treated with medicine intended for diabetes. You may experience more frequent ovulation, a reduction in testosterone levels, and a slowing of hair growth as a result of this. The regular release of eggs from the ovaries might be aided by medication. These medications could have unintended consequences in some people. Our gynecologists at the RIMS trauma hospital will see to it that you get the entire treatment that you need. Your problems and solutions were taken into consideration when designing it.

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RISKS INVOLVED WITH PCOS

PCOS problem symptoms carry a number of risks with themselves. If you're diagnosed with the syndrome or have similar symptoms, it's important to know them. The risks include infertility in women, where they would have to turn to expensive treatments. PCOS is also known to be the leading cause of endometrial cancer if not treated. Moreover, it can also induce type 2 diabetes among women which can worsen. PCOS can also cause hypertension, cardiovascular disease, lipid abnormalities, and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.

It's basic knowledge that over 60% of PCOS women are also obese. In contrast, central obesity is independent of BMI and is linked to elevated insulin levels. It is well recognized that a deficiency in insulin action exists that increases LH driven androgen release from thecal cells even in the absence of fat. It appears that insulin resistance is the primary underlying issue that contributes to the later onset of poor glucose tolerance. Increased cardiovascular risk in women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is likely due to hyperinsulinemia. The absence of impaired glucose tolerance causes hyperandrogenism and prolonged unopposed estrogen. The production results from a malfunction of pancreatic b-cells. that is inversely associated to SHBG (sex hormone binding globulin) concentration. Endometrial cancer has become a focus of research on the potential long-term hazards of PCOS in recent years. The higher risk of developing endometrial cancer is thought to result mostly from the prolonged ovulation that is a hallmark of the disease. A possible link exists between PCOS and endometrial hyperplasia and cancer in women who go more than three months without having their periods.

OUR EXPERTS

At RIMS, we have a stellar team of doctors that work round-the-clock. From women’s reproductive health to any issues related to it. Our experts are experienced to deal with all kinds of issues. Our doctors will ask you questions about your health history and about the symptoms you are feeling right now. You will receive a pelvic exam which will be the first stage. Your doctor will conduct a pap smear to find out any abnormalities. This test looks at the inside and outside of your reproductive system to figure out how healthy it is as a whole. After that, they can also do ultrasounds if need be. This test measures the size of the ovaries and checks to see if there are any cysts. The test can also measure the thickness of the uterine lining (endometrium). Once PCOS diagnosis happens, our doctors would talk about various steps to take after and the treatments that follow. It’s important to understand that this issue can easily be kept at bay if you follow your doctor’s advice.