PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome) is one of the leading complex metabolic disorder prevailing in women of reproductive age. As the name says it all, “Polycystic”, means there is a formation of a small cyst or fluid-filled sac on their ovaries. These cysts further can lead to an imbalance in hormone level and prevent ovulation. However, women with no cyst in their ovary can even have PCOS. It is accompanied via various symptoms which are quite painful and stressful. Treatment of PCOS should be done as soon as possible otherwise it might lead women towards infertility.
PCOS Symptoms can be sometimes quite depressing for women. They not only snatch away the self-confidence of the females but they also have to go through humiliation and pain. Some females may experience one or all of the symptoms mentioned. Among plethora of symptoms, some of them includes irregular periods (polymenorrhea), no periods at all (amenorrhea), periods with abnormally heavy or prolonged bleeding (Menorrhagia), difficulty to conceive (due to irregular ovulation or no ovulation), excessive coarse dark hair growth especially on face, neck, hands, legs, chest, back or buttocks (hirsutism), weight gain (obesity), thinning of hair or hair loss (alopecia), male pattern baldness, oily skin, acne and pimples, pelvis pain, skin changes (Acanthosis nigricans), obstructive sleep apnea, mood disorders, etc.
It is very difficult to conceive with PCOS. If in case, a female conceives with PCOS will face a higher incidence of gestational diabetes, miscarriage, neonatal death, fetal macrosomia, preterm labor during pregnancy, hypertensive disorders of pregnancy, premature delivery, preeclampsia, etc. According to some research, it has also been indicated that infants born to PCOS women have an increased rate of admission to neonatal intensive care units. Thus, women with PCOS require increased surveillance during pregnancy and parturition.
According to Ayurveda What Causes Polycystic Ovary Syndrome?
Ayurveda, states that the human body has three types of forces, i.e, Vata, Pitta and Kapha. The Tridosha circulate within the body and perform vital functions of the body. Any form of interruption in the Tridosha is the cause of the disease.
According to Ayurveda, both men and women have Shukra Dhatu (semen). In women, it signifies ovum a part of the menstrual cycle whereas, in men, it signifies semen after being sexually stimulated. Imbalance in the level of this hormone in females causes excessive secretion of androgens, which results in the formation of a cyst or fluid-filled sac in the ovary, which is termed as Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS).
To combat PCOS, one needs to follow certain lifestyle modifications. One must include a well-balanced diet, maintain a healthy weight, exercise regularly, reduce the intake of sugar and carbohydrates, improve emotional health (self-esteem, anxiety, depression), etc. Along with all this, Ayurvedic products, Navroop DS Syrup, and Progarb Capsules play a major role in PCOS treatment. They are enriched with multiple beneficial herbs which help to treat PCOS from its roots. They are 100% natural, safe, effective and mainly focus on hormonal imbalance, boost metabolism, helps in recovery of gradual weight loss, reduce facial hair growth and acne.