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Can PCOS/PCOD impact your pregnancy?

Can PCOS/PCOD impact your pregnancy?

PCOS is genetic, hormonal, metabolic and reproductive disorder that affects women. It is leading cause of female infertility. PCOS can also lead to other serious conditions including severe anxiety and depression, obesity, endometrial cancer, type 2 diabetes, liver disease and cardiovascular disease. Polycystic Ovarian Disease and Treatment can be possible.

PCOS Effects on your Body:-


Craving: PCOS may cause excessive sugar and carbohydrate craving.
Fertility issues:Women with PCOS may have trouble to get Pregnant and high risk of having a miscarriage.
Irregular Period: PCOS can disrupt a woman’s mensural cycle or eliminate monthly period.
Sleep Apnea: Women with PCOS are at a higher risk of obstructive sleep apnea due to weight gain.
Anxiety/Depression: There is strong link between androgen excess, insulin resistance and depression.


Unwanted hair: Women with PCOS often grow thick and dark facial hair, or experience additional growth on their chests, bellies and backs.
Obesity: PCOS may increase the likelihood of weight gain, typically around the stomach.
Acne: Women with PCOS many experience acnes on their cheeks, jawline, chin and/or upper neck.
Smaller Breasts: While uncommon, hypoplastic tubular breasts or tubular breast are a known symptom.
Hair Loss: if the hair follicles are sensitive to androgen, PCOS can also decrease the growth of hair on scalp.

Several women with PCOD have anovulation, this can lead to trouble in getting pregnant. Female with polycystic ovaries have high level of insulin or male hormones. The reason of this is not clear but insulin resistance is the main problematic thing behind this syndrome.

The main treatment options are:

  • Weight Management
  • Healthy Diet and Exercise
  • Birth control Pills
  • Type 2 Diabetes Medication
  • Injectable Gonadotropins
  • IVF or Test Tube Baby

Can I conceive with PCOS?

The great majority of women with polycystic ovarian syndrome will be able to conceive with negligible treatment. However, some PCOS patients will require treatments such as IVF and ICSI-IVF to reach parenthood. The Best news is that we provide best infertility treatments in Ludhiana for PCOS and other infertile patients.
So, for any PCOD Symptoms and Treatment Ludhiana consult your doctor today!

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