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Overcoming PCOD as a Pregnancy Obstacle

Overcoming PCOD as a Pregnancy Obstacle

PCOD a common disease affecting modern woman is considered to be a major reason for female infertility. Polycystic Ovarian Disease is characterized by enlarged ovaries with multiple cysts developing on them. The disorder is known to intrude with the natural ovulation process and when this is coupled with an excess production of estrogen and androgen hormones, it causes infertility.

PCOD and Pregnancy

The presence of PCOD does not make pregnancy impossible; it makes it more difficult. With an appropriate diagnosis followed up by an effective treatment procedure, the condition can be overcome successfully. Many infertility clinics in operation today, unfortunately, lack of quality, in terms of skill as well as infrastructure, messing up the procedures. And that is what sets Shashwat Hospital where every case of the disorder is treated individually with a treatment plan designed to cater to the specified needs of the patient.

IVF treatments are known to be one of the best options for a successful pregnancy for those affected by PCOD. Shashwat Hospital has a best in class team of specialists including doctors and highly skilled embryologists who are well versed in the different technologies of ART (Artificial Reproduction Technique). The rate of success achieved for the treatment at the hospital speaks for itself. Mostly 1 in every 10 women suffer from PCOD, it is very important to seek necessary treatments at early stages itself, let us check some of the symptoms of PCOD

  • Irregularity in menstrual cycle
  • Dark patches on skin in the neck or arm areas
  • Abnormal obesity
  • Abnormal growth of unwanted hair
  • Oil skin and increased presence of acne 
  • Increased hair fall

PCOD cases can be treated with the help of weight loss techniques, medications or surgical procedures where ovulation is restored by removing the cysts through laparoscopic procedures. The treatment plan might consist of options such as ovulation induction and IUI as well. However, they are specifically dependent on the individual treated.

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