Poly cystic ovarian syndrome PCOS Homeopathic Treatment

 








Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome also known as PCOS can be an awfully exasperating condition. This article will provide an immense understanding of PCOS and how to reverse its underlying condition. It will motivate every woman to have an enhanced sense of optimism and assurance to improving their health. A woman's reproductive health is closely associated with her overall health.Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is an endocrine disorder portraying multiple cysts (fluid filled sacs) in the ovaries, as an outcome of abnormal hormone function that leads to excessive production of androgen (male hormone) by the ovaries. This influences a woman's hormonal levels, ovarian functions, menstrual cycle, ability to have children and other body systems. These feelings were related to three symptoms commonly experienced by women with PCOS: 'excess' hair growth; irregular, absent or disrupted periods; and infertility. Smooth hairless bodies and faces, regular menstruation and the capacity to bear children were associated with femininity, and as a result of their symptoms women expressed feeling 'different' from other women and less 'feminine'. The results are discussed within a feminist framework and suggest that polycystic ovarian syndrome is a deeply stigmatising condition, 'a theft of womanhood', with far reaching implications for all women, whether or not they conform to 'feminine' norms. PCOD - poly cystic ovarian disease - is the most common ovarian dysfunction and endocrine disorder which affects approximately 15-20 per cent of women in the reproductive age. The affected women often have signs and symptoms of elevated androgen levels, menstrual irregularity and weight gain, abnormal hair growth on the face or the body and no periods at all (amenorrhea). The syndrome has an initial onset in the peripubertal years and is progressive. PCOD is a female hormonal imbalance where maturing eggs fail to be expelled from the ovary, creating an ovary filled with immature follicles. The cysts then contribute to the hormonal imbalance, which causes more cysts and enlarged ovaries. Polycystic ovary disease is characterized by anovulation (no formation of egg) irrespective of periods (regular or irregular or absent) and hyperandrogenism (elevated serum testosterone and androgen). Also women with PCOD who conceive have a higher rate of early foetal loss than women without PCOD. PCOD women have fewer chances to conceive, compared to normal women who ovulate every month. Normal women get 12 chances in a year to conceive. But PCOD women hardly get 3-4 chances due to delayed periods. Three important groups of hormones is oestrogens, androgens and progesterone are also produced in the ovary. These, in turn, are regulated by the release of two additional hormones follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) and luteinizing hormone (LH) from the pituitary gland which is located at the base of the brain. These two 'reproductive' hormones influence the development of the follicle and the timing of ovulation. For many couples, infertility can become the central issue of their lives. Infertility is generally a complex problem and may involve one or both partners who are trying to conceive. PCOD is most common female infertility cause which should be treated before marriage itself if menstrual irregularity is noticed.



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