You can have the best Polycystic ovary treatment in Emirates Specialty Hospital in Dubai. The polycystic ovarian syndrome is called the formation of many small and benign cysts in the ovaries as a result of excessive androgen secretion of the ovaries due to hormonal disorders. There are symptoms of menstrual irregularity in the form of menstruation or menstruation at long intervals. It can cause oily skin and acne, hair loss, increase in body hair, and sometimes infertility due to impaired ovulation. It is necessary to treat polycystic ovarian syndrome, which is a serious disease, as soon as possible. Otherwise, fatty liver can lead to many important problems such as diabetes, hypertension, metabolic syndrome, infertility, depression and anxiety disorders, hypertension, sleep apnea.
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Symptoms
- Irregular period
- Weight gain
- Acne on the face and back
- Voice getting deeper
- Breast growth, shrinkage and tenderness
- Hair loss
- Oil increase and stains on the skin
Causes of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
It is not possible to rank for certain reasons. It is generally more accurate to say that genetic and environmental factors are effective. Obesity can be considered as an important symptom. Due to the increase in weight, the fat balance in the body changes and hormone irregularity occurs. When the balance of sex hormones in the body is disturbed, ovulation disorders and the problem of non-ovulation, called anovulation, arises. Cyst formation is then observed and can progress to lead to polycystic ovary syndrome.
Treatment in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
With the collaboration of the endocrine specialist and gynecologist, a treatment plan is created to ensure hormone balance and regulate the menstrual cycle. Antiandrogen drug therapy can be applied to reduce the level of hormones in the blood that are above normal. Birth control pills can be used to streamline the menstrual cycle and get rid of skin problems like acne. To get rid of excess weight in a short time, the special nutrition program prepared by the dietician should be followed.
As with all diseases, early diagnosis is important to treat these diseases in a shorter time and to achieve successful results.