|Discussion in 'All Categories' started by kiran - Dec 27th, 2012 6:02 am.|
|i am 26 year old got married 2 years back and trying hard to get pregnant i am diagnosed with bilateral polycystic ovaries an year ago.. initially after my marrage my gynocologist treated me with birth control pills for 6 months because i had irregular period problem and due to personal reasons i could not visit her again then after one year i went to other fertility specialist and she advised to do IUI and we did 2 IUI'S which was failed then doctor suggested me to go for laparoscopy but i did not do that. Then 4 months back i meet my family doctor the one who gave me birth control pills and she suggested me to take glycomet 500 tablet and its been since 4 months but still no result and i am gaining weight and i have irregular periods but last month at menstrual time i did not get the enough bleeding and it was same this month also , please help me how i can improve my firtility and get pregnancy soon and how i can get free from this bilateral polycystic ovaries|
re: Bilateral polycystic ovaries by Dr M K Gupta - Dec 30th, 2012 1:12 am
Dr M K Gupta
Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), best known with the name Stein-Leventhal syndrome, is often a hormonal problem that triggers women to have a selection of symptoms. It needs to be noted that a majority of women while using condition have some of small cysts inside the ovaries. However, women could have cysts from the ovaries for a number of reasons, which is the characteristic constellation of symptoms, rather than the presence of the cysts themselves, that is certainly essential in establishing detecting PCOS.
PCOS occur in 5% to 10% of ladies and it is the commonest reason behind infertility in women. The signs and symptoms of PCOS may begin in adolescence with menstrual irregularities, or possibly a woman may well not know she's got PCOS until down the road when symptoms and/or infertility occur. Women of most ethnicities may be affected. Most ovarian cysts are caused by ovulation, and also over time will appear reduced. Some are indicators of difficulties with ovulation, and several are associated with conditions that want more intensive treatment, like endometriosis. Far better to talk to a gynecologic specialist in fertility problems to settle on treatment. An obstetrician gynecologist is an excellent starting point. An REI offers specialized care.
Treating PCOS depends partially around the woman's stage of life. For younger ladies who want contraception, the birth control method pill, specially those with low androgenic (male hormone-like) side effects could cause regular periods preventing potential risk of uterine cancer. Another choice is intermittent therapy with the hormone progesterone. Progesterone therapy will induce menstrual periods reducing the potential risk of uterine cancer, but will not provide contraceptive protection.
For acne or excess hair growth, a water pill (diuretic) called spironolactone (Aldactone) might be prescribed to help you reverse these problems. The usage of spironolactone requires occasional monitoring of blood tests due to the potential relation to the blood potassium levels and kidney function. Eflornithine (Vaniqa) is really a cream medication which can be used to slow facial hair rise in women. Electrolysis and over-the-counter depilatory creams are also options for controlling undesired hair growth.
For girls who want pregnancy, a drugs called clomiphene (Clomid) enables you to induce ovulation (cause egg production). In addition, weight-loss can normalize menstrual cycles and often enhances the possibility of pregnancy ladies with PCOS. Other, more aggressive, treating of infertility (including injection of gonadotropin hormones and assisted reproductive technologies) may also be required in females who desire pregnancy , nor get pregnant on Clomid therapy.
Metformin (Glucophage) can be a medication accustomed to treat diabetes. This drug affects the action of insulin and it is useful in reducing a number of the symptoms and complications of PCOS. Metformin is shown to be of use from the treatments for irregular periods, ovulation induction, weight reduction, protection against diabetes type 2, and prevention of gestational diabetes mellitus ladies with PCOS.
Obesity that develops with PCOS should be treated given it might cause numerous additional health concerns. The treatments for obesity in PCOS is just like the treating obesity generally. Weight loss can help reduce or prevent most of the complications related to PCOS, including type 2 diabetes and heart problems. Consultation which has a dietician on the frequent basis is useful until the perfect individualized program created for every woman.
Finally, surgery generally known as ovarian drilling might help induce ovulation in a few ladies who have not answered other remedies for PCOS. With this procedure a little part of ovarian tissue is destroyed by an electric current delivered via a needle inserted into the ovary.
We will advice you to get consultation of one good gynecologist to get treated.
re: Bilateral polycystic ovaries by nithiyavathi - Aug 29th, 2013 3:08 pm
|hi,my sister in married in 2 years.first child is die.after not baby form .scan with result for bilateral poly cystic ovaries please with me cure in tablets.
Anovulatory infertility is a common feature of the polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). Clomiphene citrate (CC) represents the first therapeutic option for treating the anovulatory infertility in PCOS which you can take after taking advice from your gynecologist because it is characterized by low costs, limited dose-dependent side effects, and simplicity of administration and management due to no need for ongoing monitoring.
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