How To Deal With Irregular Menstruation In Women 17 Years With PCOS?
Hello doctor, I’m only 17 years old. My period is irregular. It’s been 4 months since I haven’t had my period, so as a result, pimples appear in large quantities. my weight is 64 my height is 148. I had seen a doctor before and he said I had pco and hyperplasimetrium. I was not given any medication, but I was only told to lose weight. My question is, is there actually a medicine to treat it?
Maybe what you mean is PCOS (policystic ovarian syndrome). PCOS is a hormonal disorder that often occurs in women of childbearing age. Women with PCOS can cause irregular menstrual cycles and increase in androgen hormones. increased androgen hormone can cause an increase in hair growth in the body and increase acne on the face.
PCOS is associated with insulin resistance, and obesity. So one of the efforts to overcome PCOS is to lose weight.
To determine the exact treatment, of course, depends on the actual state of your PCOS. Usually needed treatment using certain hormonal drugs. Therefore, consult directly with a gynecologist.
The following article you can read about PCOS
may be useful. Thank you