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PCOD Clinic

For a female who has PCOD (Polycystic Ovarian Disease) the ovaries release immature eggs unlike what we see In a normal menstrual cycle where the two ovaries alternately release mature eggs every month. PCOD can develop cysts (fluid-filled sacs) on ovaries due to lack of ovulation (anovulation). Hormonal imbalance, Genetic Tendencies, and Environmental Factors are the major reason for Polycystic Ovarian Disease (PCOD). PCOD can lead to swelling and enlargement of ovaries, irregular periods, the release of excess male hormones (androgens), and even infertility 

The Lifeline Hospital’s PCOD Clinic Approach

Since PCOD is one of the most common causes of treatable female infertility, our expert specialists in gynecology, nutrition, psychology, and physiotherapy join hands to devise an effective treatment plan to ensure our patients get the utmost individualized care for handling the PCOD. Our pro-tip for keeping PCOD at bay is to follow a healthy lifestyle with a healthy diet –low on sugar and carbohydrates, high on protein and fiber. 

Treatment Measures in Countering PCOD

Medications for balancing hormones
Laparoscopic Surgery (based on patient profile)
Ovarian drilling (based on patient profile)
Administering Aromatase inhibitors
Fertility Drugs or Fertility Enhancement treatment (based on patient profile)

Common Symptoms of PCOD

Hair Loss
Irregular Periods
Weight Gain
Difficulty in Getting Pregnant

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