Miscarriage & Disease

The Symptoms of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)

Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) can be classified as amenorrhea, hypertrichosis, obesity and infertility. 

Specific clinical manifestations of polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS):  
1. Amenorrhea: From oligomenorrhea to menstruation in months or half a year, menstruation amount more or less, amenorrhea appears gradually, amenorrhea of PCOS is normally the 1st grade of amenorrhea, menstruation may occur after treatment with progesterone or its preparations.  
2. Hypertrichosis: Under the influence of high concentration of androgens, except body hair and abundant pubes, there were occasional mild masculine symptoms of acne and oily skin. 
3. Obesity: Too much androgens in the body lead to obesity, PCOS patients with obesity should try to lose weight, in addition to drug treatment of high insulin and high androgens, they should choose low-calorie diet, along with appropriate exercise.  
4. Acanthosis nigricans: sometimes partial skin appears grayish brown, hyperplasia softening or verrucous change in women with PCOS, It tends to be in the neck, armpit or groin, it could be big or small. Symptoms improved after various anti-androgen treatments, INS and IR levels were reduced and ovulatory menstruation was restored. 
5. Infertility: one of the symptoms of polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), as a result of chronic anovulation, androgen levels in the blood rise, the LH concentration begins to rise early in the follicle. When testosterone levels in the ovaries are lowered with drugs or surgery, INS levels drop and IR levels decrease, the rate of LH:FSH maybe normalized and resume ovulating menstruation.  

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