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PCOD (Polycystic Ovarian Disease)

PCOD or Polycystic Ovarian Disease is the most common term we are hearing now a days. In short it is the development of cysts on ovaries. Polycystic ovarian disease is a health problem that affects 1 in 10 women of childbearing age. In our society married women of age around 25-30 yrs are expected to bear a child. People suffering from Polycystic ovaries generally develop a lot of stress due to social pressure of conceiving. The pressure builds up every month as they try and fail in the process of conception.

Majority of PCOD cases are detected only under routine ultrasound scan as a part of infertility checkup. Many of them are asymptomatic at the beginning of the disease. Some approach the doctor with menstrual irregularities. Many women suffering with PCOD, will have hormonal imbalance which interferes with the growth and release of eggs from the ovaries (ovulation) thereby causing infertility. Other symptoms include weight gain, facial hair growth, hair loss etc. In neglected cases disease might effect the metabolism and causes Hypertension, Type II diabetes, increased cholesterol, fatty liver etc.

If we go deep into the subject, activity, decreased exposure to sunlight, having excess of fatty and baked foods are the major causes of hormonal disturbance in women. This disturbance in hormones always leads to obesity which in turn becomes a major cause of PCOD stress. Apart from these, hereditary factors and insulin resistance are also known to cause PCOD.

If you are planning pregnancy from quite some time without being successful, PCOD could be the reason. Check with your doctor to rule out PCOD. Even if you are diagnosed with PCOD you should not feel low or become stressful. Polycystic Ovarian Disease does not lead to infertility in all women and shouldn’t be considered an obstacle towards pregnancy.

The best treatment for PCOD will include timely diagnosis and the appropriate steps that can help overcome the syndrome and make the journey towards conception a success. Ovulation can be achieved with lifestyle changes, weight loss and Homeopathic medication. Practicing meditation and involving yourself in any activity reduces the stress caused due to PCOD.

Conventional treatment uses Hormonal therapy and blood sugar lowering drugs to bring PCOD in control. These in-turn causes a lot of side effects.

Here are the reasons why one should consider Homeopathy for PCOD

  1. Homeopathic medicines are selected based on individual symptoms. It uses a holistic approach considering mental, physical, and emotional condition of a patient

  2. Causative factors like stress, menarche, food habits, lifestyle are given importance while selecting a proper Homeopathic remedy

  3. Homoeopathy cures PCOD without any side effects

  4. Hormonal therapy is not used In Homeopathy. The selected individual remedy corrects the Hormonal levels naturally

  5. Lifestyle changes are must in treating PCOD. Homeopathic approach includes medicine along with necessary lifestyle changes

Are you too suffering from one or few of the above symptoms? Then a thorough medical check-up helps to understand if you have an underlying condition of PCOD.

Sasi Homeopathy offers the best treatment for PCOD. We follow Homeopathic principles to the core and select the medicine depending on your symptoms and simultaneously focus on lifestyle and diet factors in treating the disease.

Contact us @ 7337057004 or Mail us @ or Visit our site for the best treatment.

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