Girls: If You Reach the Age of 18-44, You Have to Be Cautious About the Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

Women’s have to go through many changes in their lives; this is natural and significant part of their life even if it is big or small.

Changes occur in adolescence and in menopause stage of life, these changes can be physical and emotional.

Many of us encounter these changes in weight, shape, height and other physical personality.

When the body goes by evolution, several changes conclude age, childbearing and hormone levels and it’s totally usual for everyone.

Polycystic ovary syndrome or PCOS is a condition which impacts about 20 percent of the girl’s population. And this problem can be serious and disruptive.

If you’re diagnosed with this condition or think having PCOS, don’t worry due to there’s still aim for you.

Nevertheless, there’s still found treatment yet, but still we can do something to ease or control the problem.

PCOS- The syndrome polycystic ovary is an endocrine situation that raised level of androgen or the male hormones in girls.

The actuality that adds to the elevated level of hormones can genetic and environmental. It especially difficult for doctors to discover the symptoms and severity due to the problem has wide range.

But based to experts, it can be linked to insulin, PCOS problem in girls often have high insulin levels. Between ages 18-44 are more vulnerable to this, it relies on symptoms used to portray it, and approximately 2-20 % female population is affected with PCOS.

The condition includes endanger factor for other illness such as heart problem, diabetes, sleep apnea, hypertension, and several kinds of cancer.

Signs and Symptoms of PCOS:

Unusual Period
Difficulty Developing
Lavish Body Hair
Increased Weight
Pimple, oily Skin and Dandruff
Agitation or Depression

Remedy of PCOS:

- Workout
- Increase Magnesium Consumption
- Make Nutritious Dietary Changes
- Ask a Doctor
- Seek Advice from therapist
Girls: If You Reach the Age of 18-44, You Have to Be Cautious About the Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Girls: If You Reach the Age of 18-44, You Have to Be Cautious About the Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Reviewed by Admiin Artikulo on October 01, 2018 Rating: 5
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