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PCOD & irregular peroids
Gud evng. Here I am writing this for how PCOD can be cured. I married last year. After marriage periods are irregular. Is it effects in pregnancy. I want to know.
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Pcod can be totally  healed with  a systematic  approach.
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Hello, PCOS is a major factor of infertility in women. If you are trying to conceive, visit an infertility specialist for further evaluation. You can also clinic my International Fertility Centre, a leading IVF clinic, located in New Delhi so that I can guide you better. We have a presence of 14 IVF centers located across India and Nepal. My centre offers varied fertility treatments and services performed by skilled IVF experts and senior embryologists to help you have a joyful parenthood experience. You can also mail us your contact details to reach you.
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Pcod will affect fertility
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start with metformin and spironolactone
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Dear Ma'am, Thank you for your query regarding PCOS. Polycystic ovarian syndrome is a clinico-pathological condition with 2 of the 3 following features: 1. Oligo- anovulation characterized by irregular menstrual cycles. 2. Ultrasound evidence of PCOD 3. Clinical or biochemical evidence of hyperandrogenemia. It a chronic metabolic disorder to be viewed similar to diabetes mellitus or hypertension with limitation of long term sequela seen as the aim treatment. Long term complications include: 1. Endometrial hyperplasia 2. Endometrial cancer (rare) 3. Subfertility 4. Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus If fertility is desired the goal is to ensure regular ovulation by: 1. Life style changes: Diet and exercise and weight loss .  Ideal BMI between 19- 23.  Even a 5 percent weight loss may regularise your monthly cycles. 2. Treatment of androgenemia if evidence of excess hair etc. 3. Detection and treatment of type 2 diabetes mellitus with preconceptional supplementation of folic acid. ( at least 3 months prior) 4. Ovulation induction after subfertility investigation if a couple fails to conceive spontaneously after 1 trying.  Do note that if cycles are regularised with exogenous hormones like progestrogen pills or oral contraceptive pills,  no pregnancy will occur in the absence of ovulation despite menstruation.
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