What is the treatment for PCOD? Symptoms, causes and treatment of polycystic ovary syndrome.

Noor Health Life

   Did you know that PCOD is a painful disease in young women?  The booty is that medicine is a successful treatment in Greek.  In fact, in modern times, women are more concerned about their health than men. They pay special attention to their physical health and beauty.  This condition is even more prevalent in older women. It is a disease that is spreading very fast.  Which is taking the form of an epidemic.  8 out of 10 women are diagnosed with this sock disease.  In this regard, a recent survey by the Institute of Gynecology, Victoria Medicine College, Andrews London, has expressed deep concern over the disease in India. However, no progress has been made by the Ministry of Health, Government of India.  Private Greek medical institutes have done a great deal of research to protect against this disease.  Alhamdulillah, hundreds of infected patients have been cured, while modern medicine has not been able to find any significant cure except for Surgery.

   What are the causes?

   1-: Dietary imbalance, consumption of foods high in fat, fats, sour,
   2- Eating untimely food, eating at night and getting swollen immediately,
   3-: Untimely sleep, untimely waking,
   4- Late menstruation,
   5- Hormonal disorders and secretion of unexpected hormones
   6-: In the early stages, uterine and cervical tumors of the uterus & cervix appear to be equivalent to palm kernels or gram on Fibroid examination.
   7-: Most of the tumor fibroids are small in size and very large in number which is called multiple cyst.
   8-: This disease can usually occur any time between puberty and the age of menopause.
   9- Irregular menstrual periods make the disease worse.
   10-: Even if blood disorder occurs frequently, the fears of getting this disease become strong.
   11-: If thyroid gland is damaged then PCOD is a must.  Becomes lump in Uterus.  Sometimes there are lumps in the wound.  Which are very painful.
   12- Contraceptive pills such as most women who are not having children or are late during family planning use hormonal pills or pills for this reason.  Side effects include severe lumps in the ovaries or uterus.
   13-: Any operation of any kind which is done on the sides of the abdomen or below the navel.
   14- Patients with severe depression have been found to suffer from this disease.
   15-: Excessive sexual intercourse or too much intercourse also causes PCOD in many patients.
   16- Sexual misconduct also invites this disease.
   17- Women get infected with this disease even if they get married at an older age.
   18- Lack of many vitamins and fluids also causes PCOD, for example, severe deficiency of Vitamin C, Vitamin K, Vitamin D, Iron, Folic Acid etc.

   What are the Symptoms?

   1-: There is pain and tension on both sides of the navel and on the back.
   2-: Awakening from sleep in the morning makes you feel anxious.
   3- When you wake up in the morning you feel nausea and vomiting and you also feel dizzy.
   4- Swelling occurs around the navel as if it is thought that the patient is pregnant.
   5-: Stools and urine do not stay clean.
   6-: White Moisture Lechorrehea complains all the time.
   7-: The face remains white or yellowish and withered.
   8- Loss of appetite.
   9-: Hair starts falling out untimely.
   10- Thoughts are variable, dispersed and negative.
   11- Menstrual periods come with untimely and severe pain.
   12-: Pregnancy does not stop.
   13-: Some patients also have severe back pain.
   14-: Severe lack of sleep.
   15- Symptoms are more severe and painful in married women than in unmarried women.
   16-: The mood becomes irritable.
   17- In some middle-aged women, when the disease occurs, menstruation stops prematurely.
   18-: Sometimes the patient also has a high fever.
   19-: Severe pain in half of the head.
   20-: In some patients blood pressure also starts to rise.

   What is Treatment?

   In the initial treatment, there are some difficulties in diagnosing the patient. The patient is not able to fully express his pain in shame and hijab.

   In sonography, the pelvic region is easily detected.
   The pulse seems to be sharp and transverse. The temperature is slightly higher, the mood is hotter.

   Diet and diet:

   All kinds of pickles such as lemons, tomatoes, yogurt, pickles.  It is also important to strictly abstain from large meats, cabbage, eggplant and whole grains as well as oily foods until treatment is complete.
   Praise be to Allaah. Greek medicine has the distinction of having prescriptions for every disease in the form of medicines. Just prescribe medicines according to the correct diagnosis

   Medicine:
   ھواشافئ.
   10 grams of salmon paste, 10 grams of liver paste, 5 grams of saffron paste, 3 times a day.

   Suffix Dundee Red 5 grams, Suffolk Moisture Feminine 5 grams, use twice a day with plain water.  Light Health Support Life and Help the Poor If you support someone, God will support you. Try to support the poor for God’s sake. Symptoms, Causes and Treatment of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome.

  Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a condition that affects a woman’s hormone levels.

  Women with PCOS produce more than normal amounts of normal hormones.  This hormonal imbalance causes her body to stop menstruating and makes it difficult for her to get pregnant.

  PCOS also causes facial and body hair growth and baldness.  And it can contribute to long-term health problems such as diabetes and heart disease.

  Birth control pills and diabetes medications (which counteract insulin resistance, a sign of PCOS) can help correct hormone imbalances and improve symptoms.

  Read this article to take a look at the possible causes of PCOS and its possible effects on a woman’s body.

  What is PCOS?

  What is the reason for this?

  1. Gene

  2. Insulin resistance

  3. Inflammation

  Common Symptoms of PCOS

  Irregular menstruation

  Heavy bleeding

  Hair growth

  Acne

  weight gain

  Male pattern baldness

  Darkening of the skin

  How does PCOS affect your body?

  Metabolic syndrome

  Sleep apnea

  Endometrial cancer

  Stress

  Pregnancy and PCOS

  Diet and Lifestyle Tips for PCOS Treatment

  What is PCOS?

  PCOS is a hormonal problem that affects women during their reproductive years (15 to 44 years).  Between 2.2% and 26.7% of women in this age group have PCOS

  Many women have PCOS but do not know it.  In one study, 70% of women with PCOS were not diagnosed

  PCOS affects a woman’s ovaries, the reproductive organs that produce estrogen and progesterone – the hormone that regulates menstruation.  The ovaries also produce small amounts of hormones called androgens.

  The ovary releases the egg from the man’s sperm for fertilization.  The release of eggs each month is called ovulation.

  Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) and luteinizing hormone (LH), which are produced in the pituitary gland, regulate ovulation.

  The FSH stimulates the ovary to produce a follicle – a sac containing the egg – and then the LH stimulates the ovary to release a mature egg.

  PCOS is a “syndrome” or group of symptoms that affects the ovaries and their function.  It has three main features:

  Cyst in the ovary

  High levels of male hormones

  Irregular or missed menstruation

  In PCOS, many small, fluid-filled sacs grow inside the ovary.  The word “polycystic” means “very cystic”.

  These bags are actually follicles, each containing an amateur egg.  Eggs are never mature enough to stimulate an egg.

  Egg deficiency alters the levels of estrogen, progesterone, FSH and LH.  Progesterone levels are lower than normal, while androgen levels are higher than normal.

  Excess male hormones disrupt menstruation, so women with PCOS have shorter periods than usual.

  What is the reason for this?

  Doctors do not know exactly what causes PCOS.  They believe that high levels of male hormones prevent the ovaries from producing hormones and generally from making eggs.

  Genes, insulin resistance, and inflammation have all been linked to the production of extra androgens.

  1. Gene

  Studies show that PCOS runs in families
  It is possible that many genes – not just one – contribute to this condition.

  2. Insulin resistance

  70% of women with PCOS have insulin resistance, which means that their cells cannot use insulin properly.

  Insulin is a hormone produced by the pancreas to help the body use sugar for energy.

  When cells cannot use insulin properly, the body’s demand for insulin increases.  The pancreas makes more insulin to compensate.  Excess insulin stimulates the ovaries to produce more male hormones.

  Obesity is a major cause of insulin resistance.  Both obesity and insulin resistance can increase the risk of type 2 diabetes.

  3. Inflammation

  Women with PCOS often have increased levels of inflammation in their body.  Being overweight can also contribute to inflammation.  Studies have linked excess inflammation to high androgen levels.

  Common Symptoms of PCOS

  Some women start seeing symptoms during their first period.  Others only discover that they have PCOS when they are overweight or have difficulty conceiving.

  These are the most common symptoms of PCOS

  Irregular menstruation

  Lack of ovulation prevents the uterine lining from flowing every month.  Some women with PCOS get less than eight periods a year or not at all.

  Heavy bleeding

  The lining of the uterus lasts longer, so the periods you get may be heavier than usual.

  Hair growth

  In this condition more than 70% of women grow hair on their face and body – including their back, abdomen and chest.  Overgrowth of hair is called hirsutism.

  Acne

  Male hormones can make the skin more oily than usual and cause acne on areas such as the face, chest and upper back.

  weight gain

  80% of women with PCOS are overweight or obese.

  Male pattern baldness

  Scalp hair becomes thinner and can fall out.

  Darkening of the skin

  ۔  Dark spots can form on the creases of the body such as under the neck, waist and chest.
  Headache Hormone changes can cause headaches in some women.

  How does PCOS affect your body?

  Having higher androgen levels than usual can affect your fertility and other aspects of your health.
  infertility:
  To get pregnant, you have to ovulate.  Women who do not ovulate regularly do not leave as many eggs as possible for fertilization.  PCOS is a major cause of infertility in women.

  Metabolic syndrome

  80% of women with PCOS are overweight or obese.  Both obesity and PCOS increase your risk:

  High blood sugar

  High blood pressure

  Low HDL “good” cholesterol.

  High LDL “bad” cholesterol.

  : Together, these factors are called metabolic syndrome, and they increase the risk for it.

  Heart disease

  Diabetes

  Stroke

  Sleep apnea

  This condition causes frequent shortness of breath during the night, which interferes with sleep.

  Sleep apnea is more common in overweight women – especially if they have PCOS.  Both obese and PCOS women have a 5 to 10 times higher risk of sleep apnea than those without PCOS.

  Endometrial cancer

  During ovulation, the lining of the uterus swells.  If you don’t oval every month, lining can form.

  A thick layer of uterine can increase your risk of endometrial cancer.

  Stress

  Both hormonal changes and symptoms such as unwanted hair growth can have a negative effect on your emotions.  Many people with PCOS eventually suffer from depression and anxiety.

  Pregnancy and PCOS

  PCOS disrupts normal menstruation and makes pregnancy difficult.  About 70% to 80% of women with PCOS have fertility problems

  This condition can also increase the risk of pregnancy complications.

  Women with PCOS are twice as likely to have a premature delivery of their baby without any conditions.  They are also at higher risk for miscarriage, high blood pressure, and gestational diabetes.

  However, women with PCOS may become pregnant using fertility treatments that improve the ovaries.  Losing weight and lowering blood sugar levels can improve the chances of a healthy pregnancy.

  Diet and Lifestyle Tips for PCOS Treatment

  Treatment of PCOS usually begins with lifestyle changes such as weight loss, diet and exercise.

  Losing just 5 to 10 percent of your body weight can help regulate your menstrual cycle and improve PCOS symptoms.

  : Due to weight loss

  Cholesterol levels improve

  Low insulin production

  Decreased risk of heart disease and diabetes

  Any diet that helps you lose weight can help your condition.  However, some foods may have advantages over others.

  Studies comparing diets for PCOS have shown that low-carbohydrate diets are beneficial for both weight loss and lowering insulin levels.

  A low glycemic index diet that is high in carbohydrates from fruits, vegetables and whole grains helps improve menstruation with a regular weight loss diet.

  Some studies have found that 30 minutes of moderate exercise at least 3 days a week can help women with PCOS lose weight.  Losing weight with exercise also improves ovulation and insulin levels.

  Exercise combined with a healthy diet is even more beneficial.  Exercise in addition to diet helps you lose more weight than interventions alone, and it reduces the risk of diabetes and heart disease.  You can contact Noor Health Life via email and WhatsApp for more questions and answers.  noormedlife@gmail.com

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