Polycystic Ovarian Disease, commonly known as PCOD/PCOS, is an increasingly common disorder affecting women of reproductive age. As the name suggests, it primarily affects the ovaries, the gonads of the female reproductive system. It is usually characterized by multiple small cysts on ovaries, irregular menstrual cycles, and an excess of male hormones.
The function of ovary is to produce and release egg (ovulation). Along with egg production, it secretes few hormones necessary for maturation of egg and to prepare the uterus for implantation. These hormones are Oestrogen and progesterone the prime female hormones. Besides these, ovaries also secrete traces of male hormones (androgens). Any imbalance in these hormones can cause PCOD. This imbalance can occur due to:
Besides hormonal imbalance -genes, obesity, stress can also increase the risk for PCOS/PCOD
The symptoms of PCOS/PCOD include:
The disorder often causes panic and stress in women when suffering from it. The conventional mode of medicine doesn’t solve the issue but heals the present situation of the problem by suppressing the symptoms.
Opting for Homeopathy is the best solution a woman can give herself.
Dr. Care Homeopathy’s treatment for PCOS considers the scope of the problem and the physiological health of a woman. The treatment is
We at Dr. Care Homeopathy have expertise in treating many women suffering from PCOS and regulating it naturally, which improved their ability to conceive, regularised their periods, and also reduced hirsutism.
The first signs include: Irregular periods/no periods Excessive hair growth Weight gain Hair Loss Oily Skin or Acne Difficulty in getting pregnant.
Homeopathy is a great option for PCOS because it provides long-lasting relief from the problem. Homeopathy targets and heals the disease's underlying cause rather than concentrating on its symptoms. Homeopathy provides a more dependable form of treatment as a result.
One of the most prevalent but manageable factors of infertility in women is PCOS. The hormonal imbalance in PCOS patients hinders the ovaries from producing eggs and releasing them (ovulation). Pregnancy is impossible if ovulation doesn't occur.
You are more likely to acquire PCOS if it runs in your family. Although particular genes linked to PCOS have not yet been discovered, this shows that the disorder may have a hereditary component.
Certain significant health issues are more likely to affect women with PCOS. These include uterine cancer, high blood pressure, heart and blood vessel issues, and type 2 diabetes. Having trouble getting pregnant is a common issue for women with PCOS (fertility)