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Symptoms of polysistic ovaries - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help u
User :   Hello
User :   I wanted some details about polysistic ovaries
Doctor :   sure
Doctor :   To get a better picture I need this information--
Age: Gender: Occupation: Location: Marital Status
User :   30,Female, Professional and married
Doctor :   k
User :   location -
Doctor :   k
Doctor :   women withpolycystic ovarian disease often have elevated androgen levels, menstrual irregularity and weight gain, abnormal hair growth on the face or the body and no periods at all
Doctor :   k
Doctor :   female hormonal imbalance where maturing eggs fail to be expelled from the ovary.
User :   How do we find out if one has polycystic ovaries. Irregular periods is enough to conclude?
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   usually we start to think
Doctor :   if women is obese with facial hairs
Doctor :   diabetic
Doctor :   or presenting with insulin resistance
User :   ok
Doctor :   they do have irregular menstrual cycle
Doctor :   like i said
Doctor :   inability to get pregnant within one year of unprotected sexual intercourse may be due to polycystic disease
User :   ok
Doctor :   also Irregular and infrequent menstrual periods or no menstrual periods at all.
User :   ok
User :   What is the medicine?
Doctor :   I guess patches of thickened and dark brown or black skin on the neck, groin, underarms, or skin folds also seen in this condition
Doctor :   first diet
Doctor :   people with polycystic disease need to have good diet control
User :   ok
Doctor :   eating a balanced diet low in carbohydrates and maintaining a healthy weight can help lessen the symptoms
Doctor :   k
User :   ok
Doctor :   for reducing excess body and facial hair bleaching, removal by waxing or a hair removal cream can be used. For permanent facial hair removal, electrolysis can be done
User :   ok
User :   will yoga help in curing this?
Doctor :   treatment of poly cystic disease for the infertile patient will usually focus on ovulation inducting. They induce ovulation with fertility drugs. Sometimes fertility drugs may induce risk of multiple pregnancies
User :   ok
Doctor :   iam not aware of that
User :   ok
Doctor :   they do surgery for extreme cases to remove cysts
User :   ok
Doctor :   early diagnosis and treatment of polycystic ovary syndrome may help reduce your risk of long-term complications, such as diabetes and heart disease so it`s better if you see doctor earliest
Doctor :   it`s better to see a doctor if you have irregular, scant or no menstrual periods, are overweight, and have acne or excess facial hair growth
Doctor :   Please fill this form I send, and say when done. and say when done.
Doctor :   anything else i can help u with
Doctor :   people with polycystic disease do conceive
Doctor :   so dont worry
User :   ok
Doctor :   u need to see a good gynaecologist
User :   ok
Doctor :   as i told early detection will make treatment better
User :   ok
Doctor :   so do u have any of the symptoms?
Doctor :   where did u hear about healthcare magic?
User :   Actually my friend has, was checking for her
Doctor :   ask her not to worry
User :   This has become common among many women these days
Doctor :   ya stress and lifestyle change is to blame part of it
Doctor :   u people need to eat healthy food
Doctor :   excercise regular
User :   how does diverg and fertomid help?
Doctor :   ?
Doctor :   i suggest u to see a gynaecologist
Doctor :   no self medication
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