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Tips for the girls to deal with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)

"I hate the time of my periods", said almost every girl ever...

There are very few girls who do not have any other physical or emotional effects during their periods. Most experience cramps or heightened emotions which tend to be quite a nuisance throughout the day. It is so easy to complain about periods when they are regular that we forget to understand their importance.

Menstrual cycles play a major role in the female body. Not only does it maintain our hormonal balance, but these cycles also reduce the chances of heart attack and other similar problems. The irregularity of the menstrual cycle takes a big toll on the body which goes unnoticed till it is too late. PCOS or Polycystic Ovary Syndrome is one such disorder that is ignored or goes unnoticed till very much later in a girl’s life. It is a hormonal disorder which 1 out of 10 women is facing. If gone unchecked PCOS results in infertility, endometrial cancer, depression, and many such serious problems.

Symptoms of PCOS include obesity, irregular periods, acne, and excess hair growth. It is ill-advised to go for medicines like Meftal-spas, which may later increase your troubles in some other way. Instead, yoga or change in diet is a preferred option by many women. Natural methods not only help with PCOS but also improves your health. Every woman has specific habits she likes to follow during her time of the month like nibbling chocolates, having ice-cream, or consuming fatty foods. Some prefer to avoid solid foods as a whole. Find out your habits and body’s needs and act accordingly.

Speak to our team of gynecologists to find out more about it. Avoid intake of strong medicines if not urgent. Keep yourself healthy and never underestimate the importance of menstrual cycles for your body.

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