Polycystic ovary syndrome is very common in clinic, but many people in our lives do not know much about the disease. Polycystic ovary syndrome is a kind of disease especially common among women of childbearing age, mainly due to endocrine system disorder and abnormal metabolism. The disease seriously affects women’s health and lives. A lot of people don’t understand, so it’s not clear about the conditions that can occur with the disease.
Now, let’s talk about those things about polycystic ovary syndrome.
First of all, how to diagnose the disease is suffering from polycystic ovary syndrome? First of all, you can make a judgment from the symptoms of the patient, the general suffering of the disease of women will be accompanied by sparse menstruation, or even a long time does not come to menstruation phenomenon.
This is one of the most obvious symptoms in patients with polycystic ovary ovary syndrome. In addition, obesity, hairy and post-marital infertility are also signs of polycystic ovary syndrome.
If these symptoms are described above, it is likely to be caused by polycystic ovary syndrome. In addition to patients with obvious symptoms, there are also some patients who do not have obvious symptoms.
At this time, patients are required to provide a detailed medical history, onset age and growth and development of a series of symptoms, coupled with clinical B-ultrasound and ultrasound examination to make a comprehensive judgment.
What harm does it cause to the body after developing polycystic ovary syndrome?
Affect appearance After developing polycystic ovary syndrome, it is likely to cause symptoms such as hairy and obesity, and some women will also develop acne as a result of the disease.
This is because women with the disease, the body of the increase in androgen caused by the stimulation of normal secretion, but also may cause bacterial infection, for women will cause no small harm.
Concurrent Malignant tumors
Because estrogen can produce long-term continuous stimulation of the endometrium, which can easily lead to the appearance of endometrial hyperplasia, polyps and other symptoms, women in menopause can easily develop endometrial cancer as a result.
Infertility After a woman develops the disease, the hormones in the body are disordered, and the normal function of the ovaries is affected as a result. Causes women to appear less ovulation or no ovulation phenomenon, when ovulation disorder occurs, it will cause women to appear infertility.
In this case, even after pregnancy, the risk of miscarriage increases a lot.
Complications of pregnancy Women with the disease are likely to develop gestational hypertension and gestational diabetes once they become pregnant. The effects of these two diseases during pregnancy have a very large impact on the lives of women and are likely to cause accidents in the fetus in the abdomen.
Women with polycystic ovary syndrome are advised to treat the disease before going to pregnancy.
Affect menstruation The normal function of the ovaries will be affected by the disease, which will lead to the normal physiological period of women are affected. In general, women will develop less menstrual blood or amenorrhea symptoms, and some will have prolonged menstrual periods. This symptom is very easy to detect, but it is also easy to be misdiagnosed, there is a situation to timely medical treatment.