POLYCYSTIC OVARIES SYNDROME AND ITS EFFECT ON FERTILITY
*Tasweeb Tanveer, Sabahat Zaki and Saleha Sadeeqa
Polycystic ovaries syndrome is a common ovarian syndrome e cause by the increased level of androgens in females. Great efforts have been made to define the syndrome and its phenotypic heterogeneity. In addition there is a effect of metabolic issues, obesity, insulin resistance not only to the pathogencity of pcos but may be a major factor leading to pcos. This report emphasizes on the effect of pcos on fertility in female population. A questionnaire based study was carried out in the gynecology out patients department on the ladies effecting from infertility due to pcos The objective of study was. ï‚· To ensure medication according to symptoms. ï‚· To study the effect of PCOS on fertility. The medications given to patients depends on the symptoms associated with the disease i.e hormones(progesterone), metformin(obesity). Clomiphene(increase ovulation). The side effects of these medications are rare. Life style changes especially weight loss plays a major role not only in hormones balancing but also in overcoming infertility issues.
Keywords: Pcos(polycystic ovaries syndrome), obesity, fertility, clomiphene, androgens.
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