What is PCOS? | Causes, Effects & Symptoms of PCOS
“A woman is the most beautiful creation of God, not only on physical aspects but certainly on every aspect“
Woman, a gift given to us by god. She is termed as a synonym of sacrifice. They are the creatures blessed with a kind heart, a sea of love, and a bundle of affection. God made her by keeping words like love, strength, affection in his mind. A world without her is unimaginable.
Being a woman is a very difficult job. Moreover, there are certain problems that only we women have to go through. My topic isn’t about how awesome the women’s race is, but is about a problem that is troubling several women today. POLYCYSTIC OVARY SYNDROME (PCOS). I know this is a disease that can’t be cured with home remedies. But today I would like to talk about some self-care habits that you can opt for. Along with your allopathic and homoeopathic treatment which will help in spreading up the recovery process.
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome in short PCOS is a common health problem that is caused by an imbalance of reproductive hormones. The imbalance created in the hormones further creates a problem in the ovaries. According to a healthy cycle, an egg is released by the ovaries which are further fertilized by the male hormones. But when you are suffering from PCOS the egg may not develop or if developed may not release during ovulation as it should be. Because of this imbalance created in the hormones and the ovaries and the effect that they put on the release of the eggs, women might suffer from missed or irregular menstrual periods. Irregular periods can lead to:
*Infertility (inability to get pregnant). PCOS is one of the most common causes of infertility in women.
- Development of cysts (small fluid-filled sacs) in the ovaries.
Symptoms of PCOS
- Irregular Menstrual Cycle
- Heavy bleeding
- Hair growth
- Weight fluctuations
- Skin darkening
- Skin tags
It is important to understand The causes, treatments and the effect of PCOS on women’s mental health. PCOS is hard to explain to someone who has no clue. It’s a daily struggle being in pain, feeling sick on the inside when you look fine on the outside. End PCOS.
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