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PCOD & Its Types

Polycystic Ovarian Disease (PCOD) or Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is a major ailment concerning numerous females in India. It occurs at an early age and causes problems with menstrual periods, which could affect the fertility in women. Various small cysts characterize the disease in the ovaries. The ovaries form many follicles and stop releasing eggs. During PCOD, the level of androgen (male hormone) rises in the body, resulting in unpleasant symptoms.

PCOD or PCOS is classified into 4 major types, namely:

Pill-induced PCOD: This occurs if a woman has been on the pill for a long time, for any reason. Most women start ovulating as soon as they stop the pills, but in other cases, women do not return to the ovulation stage. In that case, they need to consult a gynecologist.

Insulin-resistant PCOD: This is quite common and is caused due to the intake of a high level of insulin. Women who are more exposed to smoking, sugar, and trans fat suffer from this type.

Hidden PCOD: The cause of this type of PCOD is unknown. Once diagnosed, it takes 3-4 months to recover.

Inflammatory PCOD:Imbalance of hormones due to stress, toxins, and gluten.

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About PCOS/PCOD

The different stages of PCOD include:

 

  • Increased level of insulin. The treatment includes an insulin-resistant diet and supplements.
  • Intake of different kinds of birth control, also known as post-pill PCOD. Temporary treatment includes the contraceptive-withdrawal process.
  • Inflammatory PCOD works by diagnosing the exact source of inflammation.
  • Adrenal PCOD. Women with PCOD show a high level of androgen, which is called adrenal PCOD. Treatment includes stress management and anti-androgen supplements.
  • Genetics and hereditary
  • Family history
  • Insulin resistance
  • Mild inflammation
  • Increased level of androgen
  • High blood pressure
  • Poor lifestyle
  • Infrequent menstrual cycle
  • Periods that are too heavy or too light
  • Abnormal hair growth on face or body
  • Excess weight gain
  • Problems in conceiving 
  • Acne
  • Anxiety
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Treatment options for PCOD

There are a lot of options to minimize PCOD. The irregular periods treatment can also be similar to PCOD/PCOS treatment. The treatment process depends on the disease’s potential cause and the individual’s unique symptoms and requirements. A general examination is required to assess height, weight, blood pressure, and other signs. The gynecologist also understands the patient’s menstrual condition, family history and then suggests several tests and ultrasound based on the specific condition. 

Treating PCOD depends from individual to individual. However, making certain dietary and lifestyle shifts can help treat PCOD. A healthy diet, including lots of vegetables, fruits, nuts, beans, along with physical exercises, is generally recommended. You should also limit the intake of saturated fats because it aids in losing weight. Quitting smoke and alcohol also helps. In certain instances, your gynecologist may recommend some birth pills to stimulate the production of estrogen. If PCOD is the root cause of you not getting pregnant, fertility drugs are recommended. In severe cases, IVF is the only prescribed remedy. 

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The best way is to get it diagnosed before the symptoms turn severe. Besides medications recommended by your gynecologists, you must practice after-treatment care that includes following a healthy lifestyle, take proper sleep, get rid of bad drinking and eating habits. Prevention can go a long way in treating PCOD.
Treat Pa will help you in finding the best hospitals for PCOS treatment. We are in a network with multiple hospitals and clinics that offer the best way to cure PCOD. Depending on your specific health needs and budget, we will suggest the best hospital and treatment plan for you.
Just by making minor alterations to your lifestyle and diet, you can prevent PCOD and its symptoms in the future. Do not forget to add supplements rich in Magnesium, Omega, Cod liver oil, and cinnamon to your diet to prevent the disease from recurring. Staying away from caffeine also helps in the long run.
When you are aiming to ease PCOD, your diet should avoid all the foods that can increase inflammation, spike sugar, and cause weight gain. Refined carbs should definitely be on the list of foods to avoid (pasta, white bread, pizza, white rice). Also, quit pre-bottled juices and smoothies. Other than this, limiting processed foods like candies, yogurt with extra sugar, Ice cream can also help.
Moderate exercises like jogging, brisk walking, swimming, or even cycling are helpful for women suffering from PCOD. These exercises reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases. Practicing these exercises 30 minutes a day also contributes to reproductive success. Squats and pushups can improve the release of insulin in the body and also boost metabolism.
The most familiar symptoms include delay in periods, irregular menstrual cycle, too heavy or light bleeding during periods, inability to reproduce, thinning of hair, awkward hair growth in some body parts, excess weight gain, acne or oily skin, anxiety, and depression. If you experience any of these symptoms, speak to your gynecologist immediately.
Your gynecologist will refer to your symptoms along with a blood test and physical exam to diagnose whether you have PCOD. In younger women, ultrasound is not recommended; however, symptoms like infrequent periods and hyperandrogenism are sufficient to diagnose the ailment. Other conditions that could cause irregular periods should also be checked before confirming PCOD.
Yes, if you follow your gynecologist’s advice and rely on medications, a healthy diet, an active lifestyle, including exercises, PCOD becomes much easier to handle. It all comes down to weight management, lifestyle management, and a bit of medicine to recover from PCOD.
If not diagnosed, treated, and managed at the right time, PCOD can cause serious complications. But, if you take proper medications and stick to a healthy regime, PCOD becomes manageable. The symptoms also improve with time. Diagnosis in the early stages also helps battle the disease easily.
Yes, at Treat Pa, we will help you explore all the hospitals and clinics that we are associated with. Based on this, we will help you find the hospital for the best treatment for PCOD. We will also help you compare PCOS treatment prices at different hospitals and select the best plan.

Overview

What is PCOD?

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome or PCOD affects a lot of young women. The presence of various cysts in ovaries is referred to as a polycystic ovarian syndrome. 

It is a condition when the ovary cannot release eggs. The most common symptoms of PCOD include infrequent periods, heavy bleeding, excess weight gain, presence of androgen leading to facial hair and acne. Since PCOD directly attacks ovaries, women suffering from this disorder may also face issues in conceiving. An early diagnosis or a gynecological checkup can help ease the complications, which may turn severe in the later stages.

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