Veritable evaluation and inspection of PCOS and its apropos medicaments

PRIYADARSHANI, ANJALI ; Madan, Vanshika ; brahma, Labani ; Jayaraj, Perumal


Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a vastly familial, prevalent yet complicated endocrine disorder seen in 5 to 15% of premenopausal women. An estimated one in five ~ 20% Indian women suffer from PCOS. In India, PCOS is a tabooed disorder; If neglected, the condition can prove fatal. However, the past decade has seen the changing discourse in India. PCOS negatively affects reproduction, general health, sexual health, and quality of life. Genetic predisposition of hormonal and non-hormonal factors influence ovary functioning and are responsible for the onset of the syndrome. Hormonal imbalance, metabolic abnormality, and insulin resistance are characteristic features that significantly increase the risk of anovulatory infertility, type 2 diabetes, and cardiovascular diseases. The underlying cause of the path physiology of PCOS is still under the radar, but the derangement of the hypothalamic-pituitary-ovarian axis could be the sweeping reason for the same. PCOS management should address on healthy lifestyle with symptomatic medical therapy and psychological bearing with special emphasis on far reaching side effects and long-term metabolic consequences This review article gives a comprehensive overview of PCOS and the morbidities hooked up with it. It has a notable emphasis on the PCOS guidelines, diagnosis, non-pharmacological, and pharmacological treatments.


hypothalamic-pituitary-ovarian axis; anovulatory infertility; hyper-and rogenemia; menstrual irregularity; psychological trauma

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