PCOS and Fertility Complications

PCOS and Fertility Complications
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Women are prone to several fertility complications. It is the abbreviation for Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome. It is a type of Hormonal problem associated with reproduction and Pregnancy. For last few years, PCOS has become more common in women among the reproductive age. Although it is said that genetics plays a vital role for PCOS, Obesity and higher insulin levels also pave way for its presence. Women diagnosed with PCOS may undergo High Risk Pregnancy procedures under specialized doctors in the field of Risk oriented pregnancies. If a women is diagnosed with PCOS, then it is advised to take up medical assistance as soon as possible to avoid the aftermath or the complications related to it.    

Symptoms of PCOS

  • Irregular Periods
  • Weight Gain
  • Hair loss or reduction in Hair Volume
  • Increase in Facial Hair
  • Pain in the Pelvic Region
  • Disturbed Sleep
  • Appearance of Acne
  • Development of Skin Patches

PCOS Causes

  • Hormonal Imbalance
  • Genetic disorder
  • Increased secretion of Androgen
  • Improper levels of Insulin

Treatment For PCOS

  • Healthy Lifestyle
  • Treating Obesity
  • Maintaining Insulin Levels
  • Male Hormone Reduction (Treatment to be undertaken as directed by your doctor) 

PCOS Complications

  • Blood Pressure
  • Diabetes
  • Heart related Problems
  • Depression, Anxiety, Sleep related problems 

According to Female Infertility procedures most of the Infertility centers round the world go ahead with tests related to PCOS. They also check and obtain the status of Reproductive Health of the patient. After acquiring the results, the fertility experts go on with the required treatment necessarily to be taken for conception and child birth. It may not be necessary for everyone to take up IVF treatment. Some might do well with a few lifestyle changes, while a few require a bit more from the fertility center which includes

  • IVF treatment
  • IUI Treatment
  • ICSI treatment

Several Complications associated to Infertility includes the

  • Age factor
  • Health condition of women
  • Functioning of uterus & ovaries
  • Thyroid levels

Apart from the above mentioned conditions, there are several other complications related to infertility treatment in the Infertility center.

  • Minimal bleeding for minor invasive procedures during the Fertility treatment
  • Infections and mild pain
  • Multiple pregnancy syndromes