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What is the treatment period for PCOS?

HI,I m 25 yrs old female diagonised with pco.My both the ovaries are enlarge with cyst.I have been prescribed by the doctor to take folic acid,ova care and sr-reg-500 for 6 months.Plz guide something more about pcos and how long it will take to cure this PCO.
Tue, 23 Mar 2021
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Hi,

PCOS is an ill understood problem. The net result of which is Infertility, facial hair and obesity with diabetes. Thus, the management will depend upon what you want. Yes, u can get well spontaneously once you get pregnant. In the interim, plan your aerobics to loose weight and Metformin to reduce the insulin resistance and set the endocrine clock in order. Get the baseline hormonal values of FSH, LH, Androstenedione, GnRh and then plan appropriate intervention. Exercise, Metformin (under supervision), and cosmetic intervention will help you to initiate the treatment.

Take care. Hope I have answered your question. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Regards,
Dr. Jaydeep Nanda, General & Family Physician
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What is the treatment period for PCOS?

Hi, PCOS is an ill understood problem. The net result of which is Infertility, facial hair and obesity with diabetes. Thus, the management will depend upon what you want. Yes, u can get well spontaneously once you get pregnant. In the interim, plan your aerobics to loose weight and Metformin to reduce the insulin resistance and set the endocrine clock in order. Get the baseline hormonal values of FSH, LH, Androstenedione, GnRh and then plan appropriate intervention. Exercise, Metformin (under supervision), and cosmetic intervention will help you to initiate the treatment. Take care. Hope I have answered your question. Let me know if I can assist you further. Regards, Dr. Jaydeep Nanda, General & Family Physician