Women's Health
Conditions and Diseases
Repossession
Cataracts

Can PCOS be cured?

293031

Top Answer
User Avatar
Anonymous
Answered
2020-07-16 16:15:59
2020-07-16 16:15:59

Add Yerovac® (Popular Medication For PCOS) to a healthy lifestyle and the remove as much stress and chemical environmental toxins as possible, your ovaries will be restored and fertility will naturally rise.

001
๐Ÿ˜‚
0
๐ŸŽƒ
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
User Avatar

User Avatar
Wiki User
Answered
2005-12-01 17:57:06
2005-12-01 17:57:06

There is no cure for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS). It can only be managed.

001
๐Ÿ˜‚
0
๐ŸŽƒ
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
User Avatar

Related Questions


what is the advantages of pcos machines


The duration of PCOS Challenge is 1800.0 seconds.


Can be, but women also get PCOS with age and with having kids. I am 23 and have PCOS. There is no link between having an IUD and PCOS.


PCOS is not curable. It can be managed and the effects lessened depending upon the severity.


It's teal, I feel sad that not many know about PCOS.


Hello. There is no medication that will get rid of PCOS. PCOS is a health problem, a sydrome and was once classified as a disease. Your gynocologist will give you medication to treat and control your PCOS.


PCOS is an acronym for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, a common cause of infertility.


It is not known if Kate Gosselin has excessive facial hair due to PCOS. Kate Gosselin has stated in the past that she suffered from PCOS.


Yes, many PCOS patients have had multiple successful pregnancies. Don't lose hope.


Yes, the most common fertility medication prescribed for PCOS patients is Clomid.


The two are unrelated. Some women with PCOS have a hymen, and some don't. The reasons for present or absent hymens are the same for women with PCOS and women without PCOS.


It's possible. But one of the main symptoms of PCOS is irregular menstrual cycles, so if you are ovulating regularly, chances are you don't have PCOS. Ask your doctor to be sure.


Prevalence of PCOS is between 20 to 30 percent as proven by various studies across India.


Yes. Although many women with PCOS struggle to become pregnant, it is still possible to get pregnant naturally.


Yes, vegetables are a great source of nutrition whether or not you have PCOS. A PCOS diet is the same as a diabetic diet, that is, low sugar and low carb. If you have carbs, eat them in moderation and pair them with proteins.


Kiwi fruit are not safe to eat for someone with PCOS. They should also stay away from dates, watermelon, pineapple, and mango.


Yes you can, but the hormonal imbalance/insulin resistance may make ovulation more infrequent. If you have missed periods frequently, ask your doctor to be tested for PCOS. It is still possible to get pregnant with PCOS, it just may take more time and intervention.


No but a timely visit to an endocrinologist and a gynecologist can reduce the anxiety. PCOS may be an early warning to larger health issues like diabetes and heart problems which does require lifelong treatment.


No, charcoal has absolutely nothing to do with PCOS. PCOS is a chronic condition in which the females egg follicles do not properly mature. Instead they turn into painful cysts in the ovaries. It has an effect on many hormones in the body, including insulin. If you have PCOS, you need to talk to your doctor and have testing done to see what your various hormone levels are.


i had a pireord on the 17th of march but i have not had a pireord yet am i pregnant i have pcos how long shard i whight to do a pregnancy test


Because PCOS causes irregular periods. If you aren't getting periods that means you aren't ovulating. If you aren't ovulating, you can't conceive.


Yes she does it says it on their website


Women with PCOS can still concieve, but if you have tried with no luck, then its best to consult a fertility specialist or your gynecologist.


yes they can be cured depending on the amount of faith of the patient to be cured keith zimbwa yes they can be cured depending on the amount of faith of the patient to be cured keith zimbwa yes they can be cured depending on the amount of faith of the patient to be cured keith zimbwa yes they can be cured depending on the amount of faith of the patient to be cured keith zimbwa


PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome) does not have a rigidly defined cause, as mononucleosis and hemophilia do. Instead, PCOS describes a group of related symptoms that occur as a consequence of other factors. High blood sugar can sometimes (though not always) cause hormone imbalances. These imbalances affect the endocrine system, and can result in symptoms of PCOS. The cause is complicated, however -- many women who develop PCOS do not have elevated blood sugar at first, but may develop it later as a consequence of PCOS. It has been established that PCOS is related to insulin resistance and diabetes, but it is a chicken-and-egg relationship in that which causes the other isn't fully understood. It appears that women may develop PCOS for different reasons. Adrenal abnormalities that cause increased androgen production may contribute to PCOS, with insulin resistance and diabetes as a consequence. Conversely, obesity can lead to insulin resistance, which is a major contributor to hormone imbalances. Because of this, PCOS may arise as a result of inherited traits in some women, while for others it is a consequence of lifestyle or environment.



Copyright ยฉ 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.