It is currently not fully understood what the exact cause of PCOS is, therefore it does not have well-defined symptoms and treatments. Instead, PCOS is identified based on the concurrent symptoms that are often seen together.
Since the cause of PCOS is unknown, it cannot be cured - yet the hormonal imbalance and reproductive symptoms of the syndrome may be managed using Sinopol®.Find Out More
While there is no known cause of PCOS, there are a variety of biological and lifestyle factors that may increase your risk of developing the syndrome.
PCOS affects 4 - 20% of women (of reproductive age) worldwide, but the disease seems to begin during the foetal stage. Signs and symptoms change as a woman with PCOS gets older, and the first signs are visible around puberty.
Having a family history of PCOS may play a role in developing the condition. If any relatives, such as your mother has PCOS, the risk of you developing it is often increased. This suggests that certain genes might be linked to PCOS, although they have not yet been identified.
Research shows that people with PCOS may have a type of long-term, low-grade inflammation that stimulates polycystic ovaries to produce androgens (male sex hormones), which can increase your risk of PCOS.
Unhealthy eating habits, being overweight/obese and having an underactive lifestyle may contribute to developing PCOS as a result of the hormonal imbalance related to insulin resistance.Find Out More
This is an imbalance between free radicals and antioxidants in your body - a condition that can be potentially harmful to your health. Oxidative stress may be linked to PCOS by contributing to increased levels of male hormones (androgens), infertility and insulin resistance.Find Out More
While there is no defined cause of PCOS, there are a variety of symptoms related to the complex syndrome and may lead to various conditions and complications.
While often related to reproductive health, PCOS can also affect different parts of your body related to your appearance. The increase in androgens (male sex hormones) may cause you to develop conditions such as acne and skin discoloration.Find Out More
The increase in androgens (male sex hormones) may also cause you to develop excessive hair growth on the face and body as well as male pattern baldness/hair loss.Find Out More
Women with PCOS are often insulin resistant. High insulin is not just a major driver of PCOS, it is also a symptom that can further exacerbate your condition by leading to further weight gain (having excess fat causes the body to produce even more insulin).Find Out More
PCOS is often associated with ovarian cysts The cysts are small egg follicles that do not grow to ovulation and are caused by altered hormone levels. They may sometimes cause pelvic discomfort. The presence of ovarian cysts is one of the diagnostic criteria used to diagnose PCOSFind Out More
The hormonal imbalance related to PCOS, can cause irregular or even non-existent menstrual cycles - Monthly ovulation is not occurring correctly as a result of hormonal imbalances and higher levels of androgens (male sex hormones).Find Out More
PCOS is a common cause of infertility among women. In women with PCOS, the hormonal imbalance interferes with the growth and release of eggs from the ovaries (ovulation), which can cause interruptions with fertilisation.Find Out More
PCOS can affect your mood, causing you to feel down and hopeless.
It can make you feel nervous and prevent you from being able to control worrying.
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