PCOS Treatment - Change the Way You Look at Necessary Healthcare

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome or PCOS is one of the most common hormonal disorders seen among women and young girls. Yet, the awareness regarding this disorder was exponentially low even a few years back. Thanks to the nationwide focus on women's reproductive health people have started normalising this disorder now. However, the awareness of PCOS treatment is still quite low in certain parts of India.

People often believe that the cost associated with PCOS treatment is as high as the cost of IVF treatment cost. However, that is not the case, surgical PCOS treatment often costs between 35,000 and 50,000 INR. Here, it is necessary to remember that the treatment options, duration, extent, and types will differ on a case-by-case basis. Each patient is different, and each PCOS treatment or presentation is also different. 

Are PCOS and PCOD different?
PCOS is not a disease but rather a hormonal and metabolic disorder; whereas, polycystic ovarian disease or PCOD is a health condition where the ovaries release immature or partially mature eggs. PCOS is a severe form of PCOD which can further lead to anovulation, meaning the ovaries can stop producing eggs. Even though almost 15% of women of their reproductive age are affected by these conditions; the awareness of it is significantly low. 

Can I become pregnant if I have PCOS?
You can most definitely become pregnant even if you have PCOS. You only require additional medical guidance and proper diet and exercises to regulate your weight and reproductive health. If you wish to get pregnant, then your PCOS therapy may include drugs and IVF process. The drugs or medication will help you to regulate ovulation. But if the medication cannot help you ovulate, then invitro fertilisation can help you get pregnant. 

What PCOS treatment options do I have if I don’t want to get pregnant?
There are certain lifestyle diseases which are common in PCOS patients like diabetes. Metformin is a medication for diabetes, it can significantly improve insulin regulation in your body. Patients often report that insulin management has exceptionally improved their menstrual health. Androgen-blocking medications can also be prescribed to you; this will help you to deal with abnormal hair growth and acne. However, you must remember that without an adequate doctor consultation opting for any PCOS treatment can have an adverse impact on your health. 

Can I prevent PCOS development?
Sure, you can prevent PCOS development in your body. All you need is a stable and healthy routine which can control and regulate your BMI. Switch to a healthy exercise habit, develop a nutritional diet practice, and regulate your body clock. The body clock plays an important role in developing PCOS in your system. So, you need to create a routine and set a specific time to wake up, eat, work out, sleep, and so on. Then make sure your body gets accustomed to that routine, this will encourage your system to produce the right hormones at the right time. 

Now that you know everything about PCOS treatment, consult your doctor today to understand which treatment plan is best suited to you.