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PCOD/PCOS: Ayurvedic Treatment is Best

PCOD/PCOS Ayurvedic Treatment in Nashik

What is PCOS/PCOD?

It's one of the most common conditions in women. It can lead to primary or secondary infertility for up to 20% of women during their reproductive years. It is associated with Aarthava Kshaya in Ayurveda. There are elevated levels of androgens in the body of people with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS). It affects 5% of women of reproductive age and is the most common reproductive disorder in India and all over the world.

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) signs are progressive. Hormonal shifts that intensify PCOS tend to start as soon as puberty hits, after the first menstrual cycle. Early signs can be more evident when you gain weight. Hirsutism (excessive hair growth), growth is based on the body, upper lips, chin, below the navel, in between breast. Sometimes even, too, heavy eyebrows and lips. Facial fur, and/or scalp thinning.

PCOS most of the time is of two types

  1. Symptomatic

  2. Asymptomatic

Where asymptomatic may or may not be the condition of PCOS

Why PCOS leads to infertility:

Most women with PCOS do not ovulate naturally. Their intervals are unpredictable and, thus, their monthly patterns are not predictable. As a result, it wouldn’t be helpful to try to manage pregnancy.

A significant number of women with PCOS have a problem with luteinizing hormone (LH). Without enough LH, they cannot produce the necessary hormones to prepare their uterus for pregnancy. Without enough of these hormones, the lining of their uterus will not be in a favorable condition for the implantation of an embryo.

PCOD Ayurvedic Treatment nashik

Without enough LH, they cannot produce the hormones to properly prepare their uterus for the implantation of an embryo. Without these hormones, the lining of their uterus will not be in a favorable condition for the implantation of an embryo. If their menstrual cycles are very irregular, their endometrium will not be able to be prepared when the egg is released. As a result, it wouldn't help to manage pregnancy.

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Symptoms of PCOS:

Irregular Periods: Due to Hormonal imbalance there is the absence of Ovulation, which prevents shedding of the uterine lining every month. It extends periods and there is unpredictability about periods.

Severe bleeding: Some times due to excessive secretion of hormones, The lining of the uterus gets thicker than average, meaning that the intervals will be longer than usual but bleeding may be more.

Growing hair: Hirsutism or excessive hair growth on the chin, upper lips, back, belly, and breast is also a common symptom of PCOD. hirsutism is due to excessive testosterone in the body and it occurs in about 70 percent of women suffering from PCOS/ PCOD.

Acne: The skin can get higher than normal through male hormones, and break out in areas such as the face, chest, and back.

Overweight: Up to 80% of females with PCOS are significantly overweight

Male-pattern baldness: Skin is finer on the scalp and falls off.

Darkening of the skin: In the body plugs as in the nose, on the groin, and under the breasts, dark patches of skin can occur.

Headaches: The variations in hormones in some women can cause headaches.