Polycystic Ovarian syndrome this complex hormonal disorder affects one in ten women world wide and one in five women in India.
Few people are talking about it , and the disorder is widely misunderstood.
But don’t get your knicker in a bunch of you if you never heard it.
Here is your SOS to your PCOS
What is that now?
In case if your confusing yourself with PCOS to PCOD( polycystic Ovarian Disorder) don’t worry it’s just a older term which doctor call to PCOS(polycystic Ovarian Syndrome).
Women with PCOS ( Polycystic Ovarian syndrome) has menstrual irregularities or may have or excess male hormone or androgen level , the ovaries may also develop numerous small collections of fluid and fail to regularly relay sex.
What causes it?
The fundamental driver of PCOS isn’t known, there are not many elements that could assume a job.
Excess Androgen : if your ovary is produced of normally high level of the male hormone androgen you are great risk of developing Polycystic Ovarian syndrome ( PCOS ).
This could be agruated by infilling resistance or no great inflammation.
Genetics: Basically if you have a close relative with PCOS ( Polycystic Ovarian syndrome) chances are you could develop it too.
What happens to my body?
PCOS ( Polycystic Ovarian syndrome) manifest differently in different women, you may have scanty periods , excess of bleeding or missed periods.
apart from this women also experience acne, weight gain, facial hair growth, dark patches, hair loss, and in serious cases the inability to conceive.
if the imbalance get worse you could be at risk of obesity, infertility, type 2 diabetes gestational diabetes, or even heart diseases.
PCOS isn’t curable but it can be managed.
What happens to My Mind?
If you have noticed any of this symptoms its best you go see your gynecologist.
No google does not count because every case of PCOS is depend on your body and your lifestyle.
Healthy eating with regular exercise will been helpfull.
And stress relieving activities like exercise, meditation and yoga help come back the mental peace. So women on the off chance that you’re feeling recked, at that point it’s a great opportunity to go counsel to a specialist.
If you are feeling that you may have PCOS go to a doctor, listen to your doctor, and what your doctor tells you to do.
The thing to remember that if you have PCOS ( Polycystic Ovarian syndrome) you are not alone. There is whole community of women are there to support you.
Polycystic Ovarian syndrome ( PCOS ) may not be your friend but every other women is.