Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

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If you are concerned about giving birth to a child and you see that your attempts in getting pregnant are not working you should rush yourself in seeing a doctor and determine the cause that keeps you away from conceiving. The causes that can keep women away from having kids are various and you should not follow the advices some other women give to you as this way you ensure your reproductive system with all the chances to get to amenorrhea and lose your fertility. You should know that there are many women that haven’t given the importance needed in treating their medical problems and now due to their lack of eggs are finding themselves in the impossibility of conceiving. Some serious disorders like the Polycystic Ovary Syndrome left untreated can lead to amenorrhea and have bad consequences on your fertility. But, however the good thing is that even for the ones that came to lose their fertility some medical solutions still exist and the best way to get pregnant in such cases is to benefit from the in vitro fertilization intervention. This procedure is known to be safe and most specialized clinics are using it as a laboratory method in order to get successfully fertilized eggs to put in women’s uterus.

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Anyway prior to willing to conceive you should find out more about the Polycystic Ovary Syndrome which is among the most commonly known causes that affect a woman’s fertility. If you need to know which the cause that leads to this serious condition affecting female reproductive system is, then you should know that so far no clear cause has been reported. But, not the same thing we can say when it comes to the ages when this syndrome is more likely to appear. You should know this condition affects young women who are dealing with menstrual dysfunction, too. Basically this syndrome can de detected using ultrasound testing and it is revealing more than twelve follicles in a single ovary. The increased diameter of the ovary is a clear consequence of this syndrome, too. We can refer to this ovary condition as well as an enlarged ovary which appears with many small cysts along its edges.

The signs that can warn you about having the Polycystic Ovary Syndrome can target some abdominal pains, the difference in the frequency of your periods, lack of your menstruation or prolonged menstruating, rapidly gaining weight and sudden apparition of acne on your face. But, you should know that the good news is that with appropriate medication you can get rid of this ovarian condition and preserve your fertility.