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The inadvertent release of GnRH hormone that occurs in PCOS may cause disturbances in the production of Follicle Stimulating as well as Luteinizing Hormone. It causes an increase of androgens, which inhibits ovulation.
They include depression, irregular cycles, loss of hair, skin problems, and coarse hair. Hypertension, diabetes, cholesterol, and sleep apnea can be other signs.
It can be treated by eating a healthy lifestyle and doing regular exercises. The use of medical treatments like birth control pills, as well as medications to reduce the levels of insulin and increase hair growth are also helpful.
It is a common question whether women with PCOS can have a baby. Medicines can correct an ovarian problem, which could lead to a successful pregnancy.
The treatment for polycystic ovarian disease can be achieved by leading a healthier lifestyle and taking the prescribed medication and providing mental support.