Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) can cause depression, but it is not a symptom of the condition. PCOS causes male pattern balding, excessive hair growth, acne, weight gain, and an irregular period. All of which would cause any woman to become depressed.
Unfortunately there is no cure for this awful condition. It is a hormonal imbalance and can only be treated, not cured. Not even removing your ovaries will cure it.
If you are a female you may have a condition called PCOS (Poly Cystic Ovarian syndrome) as weight gain and acne are two of the symptoms associated with it. You should see your Doctor.
First and foremost seek help from your doctor. There are several methods you can try to help treat, but not cure any condition of PCOS. You can either try the prescription method or herbal. Metformin and Spironolactone are two prescriptions that are used most commonly for this syndrome.
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PCO is an acronym with various meanings. It is commonly used as an abbreviation for Police Communications Officer, Planning and Coordination Office and Poly Cystic Ovarian.
Well it depends on what you want to do and why. If you want to start taking birth control pills for contraception then that is a whole other conversation then just wanting to do something for your health. If you are irregular you need to talk to the doctor about the possibiliy of having poly cystic ovarian syndrome.
I think this is a symptom of Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome or PCOS for short. It is also known as Stein-Leventhal Syndrome. Here is a good website to check out: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/000369.htm Also: http://www.soulcysters.com/ Good luck!
Depends on your age, weight, and other physical problems. An irregular cycle could mean many different things. Your hormones may be off. It could be anything from anemia to poly cystic ovarian syndrome. You should speak to you gynecologist.
You could have taken the test too early, or you might not be pregnant but there might be another reason you have missed a cycle. Low body fat, excessive exercise, stress, and metabolic disorders like Poly-cystic Ovarian Syndrome can all cause irregular periods.
You should go see your gynecologist. You may have something called Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome. It causes irregular periods, facial hair, weight gain and insulin resistance. Talk to your doctor about it.
Cysts on the ovaries have to be removed surgically by a gynecologist. Actually, they don't have to be removed. I used to work in an OB/GYN office, and we had several patients that had cysts and didn't need surgery. It depends on the severity of them and how much pain and discomfort they put you through. Also, the main reason that patients with poly cystic ovarian syndrome usually undergo surgery is because they want to get pregnant. Otherwise, there are several medications your doctor can prescribe.
PCOS is poly cystic ovarian syndrome. It's the number one cause of infertility in female. In PCOS, instead of every month producing an egg like you're supposed to, you produce a cyst, which eventually, will begin to get cover your overies. PCOS is also insulin resistance and if not treated proply can lead to diabetes.
yes with meds, but most women with polycystic ovarian syndrome get pregnant without medical assistance at some point in their lives, so it's important to prevent pregnancy until you're ready to conceive.
You would have noticed a lot of symptoms leading up to pregnancy. (Besides the obvious, you would have a very large belly). I had the same problem and when my doctors looked into everything they found out that I had PCOS. (Poly cystic ovarian syndrome). They put me on progesterone and I got my period right after I stopped the medicine. Its a lot more common then you think. Get it checked out though!
It can effect one or both ovaries.
A woman with PCOS would generally not be having a tubal ligation. Contrary to a previous answer, Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome (Stein-Leventhal Syndrome), is a rare condition that generally causes women to not have periods and they are usually sterile and may have masculine features. Tubal ligation has no relationship to ovarian cysts. All women form ovarian cysts, that is part of the ovulation process. If the cysts are smaller than 5 cm. in diameter and resolve within one cycle in women under age 30, 99% of the cysts are benign. Some women, if ther are no contraindications, even those who have had tubal ligations will go on birth control pills to prevent ovarian cysts, since oral contraceptives stop women from ovulating and consequently will prevent most ovarian cysts. The last answerer has it all wrong. They are talking about a whole different ailment. Ovarian cysts are very common in women and are usually harmless and resolve on their own. Having a tubal ligation does not prevent nor cause ovarian cysts in any way. So PCOS and ovarian cysts are two totally different problems.
PCOS (poly-cystic ovarian syndrome) Endometriosis Smoking Travelling Being overweight Being underweight A hormone imbalance or disorder An eating disorder, either current or previous A previous pregnancy Medication Illness Use of recreational drugs Dieting Stress Anxiety Not getting enough sleep or getting too much Lack of exercise or over-exercising Not eating enough or eating too much
Each month a healthy couple has unprotected sex there is a 25% chance of conceiving. After 12 months of trying to get pregnant unsuccessfully both of you should be seen by an obstetrical specialist to rule out infertility. You may have a condition called Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). Go to your doctor and get it checked out. PCOS is a complicated medical condition that has multi-system symptoms, including failure to ovulate do to the body suppressing hormones that allow the ovary to produce mature ovum.
I had this occurance for many years on and off. 1- What 40% OS the female population don't know that they suffer from a condition called PCOS Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome. 2- It could be an infection in the uterus- called endometritis. This was my problem a quick DNC and antibiotics and I've been straight since. But please check with your Gyn first . Do your own research so you can be well informed to discuss it intelligently with your doctor .
Huntington's Poly Cystic Ovary Sickle Cell Anemia Etc, Etc, etc
no. It sometimes changes but not all the time
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) does not by itself cause added difficulty losing weight. Insulin resistance (IR) causes PCOS. Insulin resistance makes it harder to lose weight, because a high insulin level: 1. Makes every bit of sugar from the carbohydrates you eat go into the cells of your body. 2. Stimulates your appetite. For an excellent discussion of PCOS and its relationship to insulin resistance, see the "Pathogenesis" portion of the following web page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polycystic_ovary_syndrome.
Well there can be many reasons. one of them is PCOS (poly cystic Ovaries Syndrome). I have had this fertility disease for many years and one of my main symptoms is i do not ovulate (release eggs). Here are some websites that give you a little more information on PCOS. (at Link).
You have to do follicular study to know your menstrual cycle.