Polycystic ovary syndrome can affect ovulation and lead to infertility, but its incidence rate is not low, accounting for about 6 ~ 7% of women of childbearing age, which is not a rare disease in what.
Polycystic ovary syndrome is related to heredity and personal living habits. Although there is no drug to cure it, some measures can be taken to conceive and have children and lead a normal life.
Weight control is the foundation.
The most basic treatment is to adjust the lifestyle, one of the keys is to control weight.
Obesity is very common in patients with polycystic ovary syndrome, especially for women with body mass index (BMI) higher than 24. Under the guidance of doctors, they must lose weight through light diet and aerobic exercise.
Many women will return to normal ovulation and menstruation after weight loss. Even for those patients with polycystic ovary syndrome who still need ovulation induction drugs to help treat, weight loss is also conducive to the better function of ovulation induction drugs.
Subsequent use of drug to promote ovulation
Patients with fertility requirements, On the basis of improving living habits, ovulation induction therapy can be selected. Under the guidance of doctors, drugs (such as letrozole, clomiphene, etc.) can be used to induce ovulation, and then the same room before and after ovulation can increase the probability of pregnancy. For women who are still not pregnant or tubal obstruction after repeated ovulation induction, test-tube baby can be selected to solve the problem of fertility.
However, it should be emphasized that all this needs to be carried out under the guidance of professional doctors. Women’s endocrine system is like a sophisticated instrument. If they use drugs casually, it is likely to cause endocrine disorders and lead to inability to conceive children.
Can patients who do not have fertility requirements be left unchecked? Of course not.
- Many patients with polycystic ovary syndrome will suffer from obesity, insulin resistance and other symptoms, If you do not deal with the high risk of diabetes or cardiovascular diseases, Therefore, it is still necessary to control body weight, improve lifestyle and use drugs rationally. In addition, even if there is no need to give birth, menstruation should come on time. Menstrual cramps are not for children, but to ensure the normal shedding of endometrium. Long-term non-menstruation is easy to occur endometrium only hyperplasia does not fall off, which will increase the occurrence rate of endometrial cancer.
Therefore, even if there is no need to have children, it is necessary to control body weight, improve lifestyle under the guidance of doctors, and use drugs or other methods to adjust menstruation, ensuring at least once every 50 days or so.
Don’t be too nervous when you’re pregnant
Patients with polycystic ovary have difficulty in pregnancy, so they are finally pregnant after experiencing many difficulties. Should they be more careful, stay in bed or even take drugs to protect the fetus? In fact, this is not all the case.
Patients with polycystic ovary syndrome may have a higher probability of gestational diabetes mellitus and hypertensive disorder complicating pregnancy after pregnancy. Therefore, they should follow the doctor’s advice, pay attention to controlling the weight during pregnancy and have timely prenatal examination.
Some patients with polycystic ovary syndrome who induce ovulation or are pregnant through IVF need to supplement progesterone under the guidance of doctors to help them get through the early pregnancy safely, but there is no need to be too nervous, and they can still live normally after pregnancy, which is no different from natural pregnancy.
Polycystic ovary syndrome is actually a common disease among women of childbearing age, which is easy to cause pregnancy difficulties. However, patients can become pregnant after proper treatment. Therefore, we should develop good living habits and seek professional treatment as soon as possible, so we have the hope of giving birth to a healthy baby.