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PCOS

Getting Pregnant > Fertility > PCOS

One of the most common problems related to infertility is Polycystic Ovarian syndrome, which affects between 7 and 12% of women. POCS generally consists of a dozen or more small cysts which grow in one or both of a woman's ovaries. Small follicles which normally develop, burst and release an egg stop growing prematurely and swell up to form these egg chambers. This hampers the release of eggs, leading to irregular or complete cessation of ovulation and menstruation, leading in turn to infertility.

There are a variety of symptoms which can present in women with PCOS from excess body hairs due to high levels of testosterone, irregular or no period, oily skin, acne, obesity and thinning of hair on the crown. Although research points to several factors which can influence the development of PCOS such as genetic inheritance, resistance to insulin and excess body fat there are still no absolutes on what causes PSOC.

If you are having problems conceiving and experiencing any of these symptoms it is always best to consult with your doctor who will check for signs of PCOS and perform some tests such as blood tests and perhaps an ultrasound to examine your overies. Although there is no cure for PCOS there are treatments which can alleviate the symptoms although personal diagnosis and advice is always best.



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sarah jack (89.7 days ago)
I have been trying to get pregnant and needed help! Been going to the doctors but still nothing. the doctor said me and my husband are fine , I don`t know where else to turn. until one day I read how prophetabudusolutiontemple@gmail.com helped others get pregnant ONLINE i then contacted the great spell caster via email and prophet abudu cast a pregnancy spell for me and gave me a 2months sure guarantee that i will become pregnant , and exactly 3weeks later I went to check and i was pregnant and later on i gave birth and i named my child `great` so that i can never forget the great spell caster that`s prophet abudu who opened my blessings of conceiving today its marking 4years great was born and i also have a baby boy Vladimir Jr who is one and half years old, i want to use this medium to tell other women out there who is having pregnancy issues not to wait for years like i did contact fertility temple today and be happy this its contact:prophetabudusolutiontemple@gmail.com or his website:http://abudusolutiontemple.webs.com/





Yanrachel (109.3 days ago)
I`m 21 and I have been diagnosed with PCOS. I have an appointment with a gynecologist and hopefully they will help me. Praying to conceive, me and partner are impatient to have a baby.





ankitamohanlal (1417.2 days ago)







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