The Effect Of PCOS On The Chances Of Having Offspring?
Tonight I want to ask about PCOS … r n1. Can a person with PCOS disease be unable to have offspring (infertility) ..? R n2. How to deal with PCOS so that at least you can produce offspring ..? R n3. What are the restrictions for people with PCOS …? R n4. Can Pcos disease disappear on its own with age, for example over 24 as written in the article?
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PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome) is a condition in which the ovaries form large and small egg follicles and fail to ovulate (release a mature egg) regularly. PCOS sufferers often experience irregular menstrual cycles and / or other symptoms that indicate excess androgen hormones in the body, such as excessive hair growth, acne prone skin, male-like baldness, and so on. The exact cause of PCOS is still unclear until now. However, several factors, such as excess insulin production, mild inflammation, heredity, and excess androgen hormones are strongly suspected to contribute to PCOS.
One of the worrying complications of PCOS is infertility (impaired fertility, infertility). However, this condition is certainly not multi-faceted. Depending on the severity of the disease, with proper treatment, PCOS sufferers can still have offspring. Therefore, you need to have your condition checked directly to a gynecologist. After the PCOS diagnosis is upright, treatment can later be given through the provision of hormonal drugs and lifestyle modifications, namely by:
Limit the calorie content in your diet, limit the consumption of high-fat, high-carbohydrate foods. Avoid consuming instant and preservative foods. Get plenty of exercise 3 to 4 times a week Avoid obesity and obesity. PCOS cure. However, as explained above, with proper treatment, PCOS sufferers can continue their activities as usual and have children. Therefore, consult directly with an obstetrician in order to get the best management. In addition to handling the PCOS, the doctor can also direct you and your partner to carry out a pregnancy program that suits your condition and your partner's condition.
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah