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Treatment of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)

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Learn about some of the treatment options available to women with PCOS. Research some of the complications associated with this disease so you can properly watch for symptoms and manage them.
  1. Treatment
  2. Treating Your Symptoms
  3. Medications
  4. Changing your Diet
  5. Exercise
  1. Weight Loss Tools
  2. Treating Infertility
  3. Infertility Medications
  4. Administering Injectable Medication

Treatment

Besides traditional medications, there are alternatives such as complementary therapy, surgery and weight loss to consider as well.

Treating Your Symptoms

The physical symptoms of PCOS can be a pain. From excess hair, to hair loss, and acne - they can all be difficult to treat. Get more information here about treating the symptoms of PCOS.

Medications

There are many drugs that your doctor may be able to recommend in order to help manage your PCOS. Here are some of the most commonly prescribed medications.

Changing your Diet

The best thing that you can do to manage your PCOS is to manage your weight by eating healthy foods. Find basic nutrition and health information below.

Exercise

Adding in daily exercise is a great way to kick start any weight loss plan. It's also good for your body and mind, and for helping to prevent complications down the road.

Weight Loss Tools

Losing weight is difficult enough. Below are some tools which may make the process a little easier for you!

Treating Infertility

Infertility is one of the most common reasons that brings a woman to her doctor. In fact, most women with PCOS will need some assistance when it comes to getting pregnant.

Infertility Medications

There are many different types of medications that your physician may prescribe to help you become pregnant. Get information here about them, including how to mix or use the devices that are used to administer them.

Administering Injectable Medication

Injections are unfortunately a way of life for most infertility patients. Almost all of the medications that physicians use to help a woman conceive are only in injectable form. Learn here about how to use injectable fertility medication.

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