Irregular Menstrual Cycles, Oily And Blotchy Face And Long Leg Hair Like A Man?
I want to ask, my menstrual cycle was irregular last month I was on 8 this month I was on 27, my skin is oily too u0026amp; pimples, then I have long leg hair like a man (but I have shaved my legs, so it’s long because of shaving or my PCOS signs are not working). Am I likely to experience PCOS?
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Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal disorder that occurs in women due to high levels of masculine (androgen) hormones so that sufferers will experience symptoms of menstrual disorders and masculinization. Menstrual disorders that can be experienced are irregular menstrual cycles (less than 21 days or more than 35 days) or heavy menstrual bleeding. While the symptoms of masculinization that can occur are the growth of thick hair on the body, severe pimples, baldness and dark skin color (especially in the fold). When an examination is performed on the ovary, there will be many fluid-filled sacs (cysts) around the egg. So that the egg is not fully developed and fails to be released regularly. Therefore, PCOS sufferers experience infertility.
You might experience this. You should immediately consult an obstetrician so that further tests can be done. This condition cannot be tolerated, because in addition to causing infertility, it can also cause diabetes, high blood pressure, inflammation of the liver, excess weight or obesity and endometrial cancer.
The treatment that can be undertaken is a change in healthy lifestyle, hormonal drugs and other drugs that can suppress symptoms.
Thus hopefully useful.