PCOD problem symptoms

 

Clinical features and symptoms of PCOD

Hyperandrogenism
Hirsutism
Acne
Androgenic alopecia
Menstrual irregularity
Oligomenorrhea (70-75%)
Amenorrhea (20%)
Infertility (30-70%)
Obesity
Insulin resistance
Acanthosis nigricans
Skin tags
Impaired Glucose tolerance
Type 2 DM 2

Not all symptoms may be present but the severity of each symptom varies

Long term risks of PCOD

Diabetes
Cardiovascular risks
Hypertension
Dyslipidemia
Endometrial cancer
Breast cancer
Recurrent pregnancy loss
Ovarian failure after surgery
Obstructive sleep apnea
Malignancy risks

Clinical representation of women in PCOS

PCOS and infertility
Ovulation
Fertilization
Implantation
Fetal viability
Healthy liveborn
Poor oocyte quality
Endometrial abnormality
Effects of hyperinsulinemia
Effects of gestational diabetes and hypertension

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is extremely prevalent and constitutes the most frequently endocrine (hormone) disorder in women.

PCOS
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