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Marham is Pakistan's leading healthcare platform that provides the list of best doctors for PCOS in Bagh. You can book an appointment with the best PCOS doctors in Bagh or also call to know the PCOS treatment price in Bagh. We are trusted by our top gynecologists for PCOS in Bagh who are known for their quality services and treatments based on medical experience, practice locations, availability hours, patient reviews, and fees. 

What is PCOS?

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) occurs when abnormal androgen production in females develops tiny fluid-filled sacs in ovaries, thereby hampering menstruation, ovulation, and fertilization.  

Even if pregnancy occurs with PCOS, chances of gestational diabetes, high BP, miscarriage, or premature birth increase. Apart from this, the liver and heart also affect.

Being incurable, PCOS results in female infertility and other health-related issues, yet it can be managed with oral medication and maintaining weight with a balanced diet.

Types of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

PCOS is divided into three classes:

  • Inflammatory PCOS occurs when excessive testosterone production inflames the ovaries, indicating the body's abnormality and vice versa.
  • Insulin Resistant PCOS occurs when pancreatic insulin production increases, hyperinsulinemia occurs, and cells become insulin sensitive. Higher insulin levels increase androgen production and vice versa
  • Adrenal PCOS occurs when adrenal-derived androgen, namely DHEA-S, increases and testosterone and androstenedione drop, cause of stress.

Causes of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

The most common causes of PCOS are:

  • High insulin levels

  • Hormonal imbalance especially excessive androgen

  • Genetics

  • Unbalance diet

Symptoms of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome 

The most common symptoms of PCOS are:

  • Irregular periods, cystic ovaries, and infertility

  • Oily skin, acne, skin tags, and  skin darkening

  • Excessive hair growth on unwanted body parts

  • Weight gain and hair loss

  • Headache and mood disorders

  • Bowel-related issues

Diagnosis of PCOS

Opting following methods to diagnose PCOS:

  • Blood test indicating reproductive hormone levels or insulin test

  • Physical examination, including sonogram (pelvic ultrasound)

Treatment of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

Unfortunately, PCOS is incurable, yet fortunately, symptoms can be toned down with the following:

  • Avoid fried junk food and switch to a vegan diet

  • Exercise regularly and maintain a healthy weight

  • Take contraceptive pills as per the doctor’s advise

If the symptoms aggravate, consult the best specialist doctors in Pakistan.

Complications with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

If left untreated, PCOS may cause: 

  • Gestational diabetes or type 2 diabetes

  • Pregnancy-induced high BP

  • Premature birth or miscarriage

  • Increased cholesterol or inflammatory liver

  • Risk of cardiovascular diseases 

  • Obstructive sleep apnea or eating disorders

  • Endometrial cancer

Preventions of PCOS

PCOS can’t be prevented, but symptoms like insulin level, blood pressure, or hormonal imbalance can be managed to avoid complications to maintain bodily health.

Book an appointment now with the best doctor for PCOS in Bagh through Marham. The specialist doctors are listed based on their qualifications, services, patient satisfaction score, and fees.