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Early Symptoms & Causes of PCOS

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome is a very common hormonal condition in females which causes hormonal imbalance. The females suffering from this produce excess of male’s hormones which results in delayed periods. To be exact, in PCOS, your ovaries produces unusually high levels of hormone known as Androgens which causes your reproductive hormones to become imbalanced leading to erratic menstrual cycles, missed periods and unpredictable ovulation.

2% to 27% of women under the age bracket of 15 to 44 have PCOS and approximately 70% of the women are unaware of the fact that, they have this syndrome or disorder, making this one of the most common cause for infertility. You need to relay on the best PCOS specialist, who can understand your symptoms and treat you well.

You do not have to spend your precious time, searching details for this problem, as today, we will share our expertise in this topic in form of this article with you. We will be sharing the causes and symptoms of PCOS as per our Fertility Specialist and guide you through out this.

Symptoms of PCOS

There is a possibility that you have PCOS and your body doesn’t represents any of the symptoms and on the other hand, some women start seeing symptoms around their first period itself. While others discover that they have PCOS either after they face trouble getting pregnant or after gaining a lot of weight. Anyhow, here are few of the prominent symptoms of PCOS-

Infertility- In order to get pregnant, you need to ovulate due to PCOS, women face anovulatory cycles in which egg is not formed regularly which can be, a major cause of infertility.

Irregular Periods- Delayed periods, Heavy bleeding during periods, no periods or withdrawl bleeding are common in case of PCOS, some women experiencing PCOS, get less than 8 periods or periods through medication.

Acne- As the amount of male hormones are increased in the body due to PCOS, the skin gets more oiler than usual and cause acne on face, back and chest. This might surpass the teenage years and might be difficult to deal with.

Obesity- Increase in weight or difficulty to lose weight is normal, in case of PCOS, around 80% of women who have PCOS are overweight or have obesity.

Darkening of Skin- Dark skin patches are formed on the body, primarily around neck, groin and under the breast, this condition is known as Acanthosis Nigricans.

Abnormal Hair Growth- Last but not the least, 70% of the women with PCOS experience abnormal hair growth in their body, which includes excessive hair growth on the face, chest and arms.

Causes of PCOD

As per PCOD experts, the main cause of PCOD is yet to be discovered however, the main stems factors for it are insulin resistance, genes and inflammation. We will share the gist of these below with you-

Insulin Resistance – Insulin is a hormone produced by pancreas to help body use sugar from the foods for energy. High insulin levels make the ovaries release more male hormone which suppress ovulation and add on to other symptoms of PCOS. Obesity is one of the major causes of insulin resistance which eventually leads to PCOS.

Genes – Some of the recent studies showcased that PCOD runs in families and is shared through family hierarchy so, there is a high chance that you might have PCOD if your maternal side has it. It is likely that multiple genes have contributed to this condition.

Inflammation – Women who are diagnosed with PCOS often have chronic low grade of inflammation. To check the inflammation, you need to visit the best fertility center in Delhi so that, they can perform blood tests to check your C-reactive protein and white blood cells levels. Being overweight also assists and contribute to inflammation.

What You Need to Do

A women can get PCOS/PCOD any time after their puberty, and majority of the women are diagnosed in their 20s and 30s, when they are trying to get pregnant. You have a higher chance of getting this disorder, due to genes or if you are suffering from obesity. We are here for you with our fertility specialist and state of the art centre with latest technology. To be the best fertility centre in Delhi, you must treat your patients with utmost care and best technology and this is what you get at Origyn IVF. So, what are you waiting for? Contact us now @8080809084 and book your consultation session today.


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