Important facts about PCOS

Hormonal imbalances cause PCOS.  PCOS affects the functioning of the ovaries as the ovaries or adrenal glands of women with PCOS produce more male hormones than normal.

Women with PCOS have trouble getting pregnant.  PCOS may prevent your ovaries from releasing eggs thus causing infertility

PCOS is linked to other health problems.  Women with PCOS condition are at a higher risk of Type 2 diabetes, gestational diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke, unhealthy cholesterol, sleep apnea, depression, anxiety, and endometrial cancer.

Women with PCOS cannot use insulin effectively; hence, develop insulin resistance that is linked to Type 2 diabetes and heart disease.

Other symptoms of PCOS include:

Irregular menstrual cycles:  Women with PCOS may have fewer periods when compared with women who do not have PCOS.  At times, they may either skip or miss periods, have menstrual cycles more often, or may completely stop having a menstrual cycle.

The excess hair growth or thinning hair:  The hormone imbalances of PCOS can cause either excess hair growth on a woman’s face or chin, or other parts of the body. They may also experience hair loss, hair thinning, or male-pattern baldness.

Weight gain:  Women with PCOS could experience weight gain and have more trouble reducing weight.

Skin problems:  PCOS could cause acne on your face, and chest, also leading to skin darkening on your neck, below your breasts, and in your groin area, skin tags, which are tiny flaps of extra skin may develop on your armpits or your neck

PCOS can be diagnosed any time after puberty and mostly realize only when they are unable to conceive in their 20s or 30s.

The risk of PCOS is higher among women who have another family member, such as a mother, aunt, or sister, with the same condition.

Any woman and women of all races and ethnicities can develop PCOS.

PCOS is also more than likely to occur in obese women and it is still unclear whether obesity causes PCOS or vice versa.

Treatment for PCOS at Tatkshana Ayurveda Hospital, the Best Ayurveda Hospital, Bangalore, can help women with PCOS get pregnant.  Treatment of infertility in Ayurveda is done through Panchakarma Therapy for PCOS/PCOD to improve fertility, at Tatkshana Ayurveda Hospital, Bangalore.

Although PCOS is a common cause of infertility, it is treatable with our team of expert practitioners at Tatkshana Ayurveda Hospital, Bangalore, and many women with PCOS who have undergone treatment with us have had healthy babies. We also provide various treatment options for women with PCOS-related infertility and they include:

At Tatkshana, one of the best Ayurveda Hospitals in Bangalore the recommended treatment options for Ayurvedic treatment for infertility and other important facts of PCOS include

Exercise or Yoga to Balance the Hormones:  Regular exercise or Yoga keeps the body and mind fit and healthy.  It balances the hormones thereby increasing the possibility to conceive.

Swedanam: Swedanam is a procedure performed to induce sweat and expel toxins from the body.  Herbal steam is sent all over the body keeping the head aside.  Here, the body is enclosed in a wooden box that is hoarding the steam.

Vamanam:  This is a detoxifying therapy in which the body gets rid of undigested food by emitting it through vomiting thereby clearing the GI tract.

Phala Ghritam:  This Ayurvedic preparation consists of herbal ghee as its base and here liquefied butter combined with milk is given.

Shirodhara: In Shirodhara therapy, the medicated oil is poured at a specific point on the forehead.  This therapy is done through specific rhythmic movements thus bringing the mind into a balanced state.

Shodhana:  This is an essential Panchakarma treatment therapy that helps elimination of toxins from the body.  It opens up the body channels and maintains healthy blood circulation throughout the body.  Proper blood circulation also ensures the transport of nutrients thus enhancing ovarian, tubular, and uterine functions and this way corrects fertility disorders.

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