Syndrome Polycystic ovariesIt is a disorder caused by a hormonal imbalance that affects how a woman’s ovaries work, affecting 10% of women, according to what was published on the Express site.
PCOS is one of the main causes of fertility problems in women, and the condition can lead to other health problems later in life if not treated properly, and there are some signs of PCOS, the most important of which is that many women have the syndrome. Polycystic ovaries have insulin resistance and their bodies make more insulin than usual to compensate.
Hormonal imbalance in addition to abnormal levels of LH, testosterone, follicle stimulating hormone, and progesterone are among the most important complications of PCOS.
Irregular menstrual cycles and increased androgens are also major features of PCOS, and some women with PCOS may experience mild symptoms while others may experience more severe symptoms.
Among the most prominent signs of PCOS:
1. Irregular periods, or a complete lack of menstruation
2- Irregular ovulation, or no ovulation at all.
3. Decreased fertility and difficulty getting pregnant
4. Unwanted facial or body hair growth.
5. Oily skin and acne.
6- Hair thinning or hair loss from the scalp (alopecia).
7. Weight problems or rapid weight gain, and difficulty losing weight.
8. Depression and mood changes.