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Irregular or no periods
Unwanted hair growth
Acne or dark patches on skin
Luteinizing Hormone (LH)
Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH)
Want to find out more about PCOD treatment? The answer to your questions can be found below.
PCOD can affect functions in your body based on the hormonal imbalances you experience.The symptoms can exist in different combinations for each individual and the best way to confirm would be to get your PCOD test done. Symptoms can include:
a. Irregular period (Oligomenorrhea)
b. Skipped or absence of period (Amenorrhea)
c. Heavy bleeding (Menorrhagia)
d. Excessive hair growth
f. Weight gain
g. Hair loss
h. Skin darkening
PCOD is a condition in which ovaries produce many immature or partially mature eggs, which happens due to poor lifestyle, obesity,stress and hormonal imbalance.
This package contains tests specifically to find out more about Polycystic Ovary Disorder (PCOD).This blood test profile assesses the functioning and levels of the hormones in the body. PCOD affects fertility and can cause trouble in conceiving a child.
There are no tests in particular for PCOD, medical history of the patient is discussed and a physical examination is done to confirm the condition. General recommendations are:
A pelvic examination
Blood tests to quantify hormone levels
An ultrasound to check the appearance of ovaries and the uterus
If diagnosed with PCOD, your doctor will suggest regular checkups.
PCOD has yet to be identified as a disease with a cure.You may, however, manage the illness with the appropriate treatment and lifestyle changes. Ultrasound and blood tests help diagnose PCOD.
a. Most patients are advised to lose weight to reverse the effects of PCOD.
b. Lifestyle changes are recommended, like eating a healthy diet and regular exercise that will help manage the condition better.
c. Birth control pills and hormonal medication are also used in treating PCOD.
d. While there are various lifestyle suggestions for women with PCOD, check with your doctor for further details.
Ramesh Hospitals PCOD Package
Our PCOD Package helps in the early detection of any problem and to decide on the right treatment pathway.
Why Aster Ramesh?
Dr. P. Ramesh Babu, MD, DM, FSCAI, a health care visionary and a renowned cardiologist with a strong passion for bringing quality and affordable holistic care to Andhra Pradesh, founded Ramesh Hospitals in 1988. In support of the growing patients' needs of the coastal Andhra Pradesh region, Ramesh Hospitals, emerged as a leading multispecialty, advanced tertiary care chain with 4 N.A.B.H. accredited branches. Our Guntur branch is the first hospital in Andhra Pradesh to earn the coveted accredation of Joint Commission . International(JCI), for its quality care and patient safety standards.
Our hospitals are supported by 710 operational beds across Vijayawada, Guntur, and Ongole.
Our 24X7 health care facilities are served by a dedicated team of 80+ full-time Consultants, 100+ junior doctors, and 1200+ medical staff across multiple specialties. We have a broad array of health care options with extended reach across Andhra Pradesh through a network of over 30 Telemedicine and Outreach centers.