The condition is characterized with Hirsutism, acne, anovulation, and insulin resistance. PCOS disease is detected through an ultrasound to see whether there are cysts growing in the ovaries or not. Other tests can also be performed, including an X-ray.
The actual cause of PCOS is unknown, but it is believed that the excessive production of the male hormones (androgens) in the woman lead to the growth of cysts and problems with the menstrual cycle. PCOS treatment in India also has no direct treatment, but rather the doctor will treat PCOS depending on your size, insulin levels, infertility cause, and direct you on how to manage PCOS at home. The fact is that PCOS has no cure, but the effective treatment and management can reduce its associated risks and complications.
PCOS can first of all be drilled through a surgery to remove them from the ovaries. The surgery is conducted with the help of an ultrasound and a camera where a doctor is directed to the cysts.
Fertility drugs like Clomifene and Metformin are used. Clomifene induces ovulation and where it fails, Metformin is given to a patient to lower the insulin levels in a woman.
For the obese patients, physical exercises and dieting are encouraged to manage the insulin levels in the body and help in hormone balance.
Cinnamon, multivitamin tablets, garlic, consuming moderate proteins, and omega-3 fatty acid are recommended for PCOS patients.
Fertility treatments like IVF treatment and ICSI can be used to help a woman conceive a child.