FAQ's

 PCOD

PCOD is a disease where cyst are seen in the ovaries of the females showing different symptoms.

Symptoms of PCOD varies from person to person and are different in different ages.

In young age aur teenage girls start putting on their weight which acne on the face. Girls also have tanning on the skin specially on the neck, below the arms and breast and on the metacarpal joints.

Some females also get amenorrhea or absence of menustration, or irregular menses. Females me also face symptoms like heavy bleeding in menustration.

In adolescence age female my land into metabolic syndrome, diabetes and me also get difficulty in conception.

In older age chances of cervical or ovarian cancer also increases.

Females having sedentary Lifestyle, having wrong food habits are more likely to have PCOD. PCOD is also genetic disorder.

Sonography of abdomen and pelvis along with certain hormones like serum insulin, luteinizing hormone and follicular stimulating hormone are some of the important investigations for PCOD.

Fertility of PCOD patient depends on a AMH level. If AMH levels are very high then it becomes difficult for PCOS patient to get conceived.

Usually certain treatments are proved to be helpful to get pCOD patient conceived.

Contraceptive pills or menstrual regulating pills do not have any action on the basic pathology of PCOD. Jeevan Rekha PCOD management works on insulin resistance at ovarian level and correct fsh LH ratio. So it is not necessary to continue contraceptive pills along with Jeevan Rekha PCOD management.

Unwanted facial hair growth and acne are due to testosterone receptors on the face. Jeevan Rekha PCOD management has an effect on aromatization at ovarian level. As pCOD gets treated slowly the hair growth gets restricted and acne disappears with Jeevanrekha PCOD management.

PCOD is classified into two types.

  • 1 thin PCOD
  • 2 obese PCOD,

Jeevan Rekha PCOD management have developed different formulations for the above two types. In obese PCOD the formulation has been designed such that weight along with PCOD is managed.

The duration of treatment depends on person to person, severity of disease and symptoms.

As the basic Pathology of PCOD is insulin resistance both thin and obese patients patient should undergo certain dietary regime advised by the doctor.

Consumption of sugar, refined carbohydrates, excess of fats, junk food should be restricted basically in PCOD.

Obese PCOD patient should be under calorie restricted diet and have high protein diet.

PCOD patient weather or obese should undergo certain type of exercises regularly.

Endurance type of exercises are must for obese PCOD patient. Many PCOD patient have mental stress or depression, along with exercise meditation, pranayam and yoga is also advised in PCOD.