Introduction

  • PCOD is prevalent in 4% to 12% of women in their reproductive years of life.
  • PCOD is designated as the most common reproductive endocrinopathy of women.
  • Symptoms of PCOD

    • Irregular Menstruation
    • Infertility
    • Hirsutism
    • Obesity
    • Loss of scalp hairs
  • Who should be screened for PCOD

    IF

    • You are Obese
    • You have menstrual Irregularities
    • You have Infertility
    • You have features of hirsutism
    • You have Acne
    • You have Acanthosis (Skin hyperpigmentation)
    • You have loss of Scalp hairs
    • You are hypertensive
    • You have family history of PCOD
    • Your first degree male relative (Father/Brother) has high DHEAS
    • You have Diabetes Mellitus or Insulin Resistance
    • You have high Cholesterol
    • You have Sexual Dysfunction
  • Laboratory Findings in PCOD

    • High Testosterone, DHT
    • High/ Normal DHEAS
    • High 17-OH Progesterone
    • High Serum Insulin
    • High LH
    • Low FSH
    • High/Normal Estradiol
    • Low Progesterone
    • High/Normal Prolactin
    • Polycystic Ovaries on Ultrasound study
  • Complications in PCOD

    • Infertility
    • Menstrual Irregularities
    • Endometrial Hyperplasia
    • Endometrail Cancer
    • Ovarian Cancer
    • Diabetes Mellitus
    • Obesity
    • Sexual Dysfunction
    • Hypertension
    • Dyslipidemia
    • Cardiovascular diseases
    • Aesthetic Complications
    • Depression
  • Management of PCOD

    • Identification of underlying endocrine (hormones) alterations.
    • Correction of endocrine (hormones) alterations.
    • Weight management.
    • Life style management.
    • Aesthetic management (along with endocrine correction) for hirsutism.
    • Prevention of complications.
    • Management of Complications.
    • Judicious use of hormones.

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