PCOS treatment patients will see a team of gynaecologist, dietician, dermatologist, endocrinologist, weight loss educator, reproductive specialist and psychologist. We will collaborate with each patient to formulate an individualized plan for each patient which works best for her.Many women suspect that something may be wrong when their cycle is irregular or they struggle to fall pregnant. Being diagnosed with PCOS is not easy and may come as a surprise to you. The first thing you need to know is that you are NOT alone. PCOS is a hormone disorder that’s estimated to affect between one in 5 and one in 10 women of childbearing age, and it is the most common endocrine disorder that affects women; among young women the number is even higher, qualifying this as an epidemic.A diagnosis requires only two of the following three criteria to be met; elevated levels of male sex hormones (that causes excess hair growth, acne, and baldness), irregular or absent periods, and/or at least 12 follicular cysts on one or both ovaries. PCOS occurs when a woman doesn’t ovulate, which causes a disruption in the normal cyclical interrelationship among hormones, brain and ovaries (the HPO-axis; hypothalamus-pituitary-ovarian axis).Weight loss may happen intentional or unintentional, Weight loss can have causes that aren’t due to underlying disease. Examples include dieting, exercise, malnutrition or lack of access to food.Hirsutism is the unwanted excessive male pattern hair growth of facial or body hair in women. Hirsutism can be seen as coarse, dark hair that may appear on the face, chest, abdomen, back, upper arms, or upper legs. PCOS, in which ovaries produce excess androgens, is the most common cause of hirsutism and may be seen in up to 10 % of women.Acne occurs when sebaceous glands the oils producing glands attached to the hair follicles within the skin are stimulated at the time of puberty or due to other hormonal changes.Name of this disorder POLYCYCTIC OVARIES leaves an impression that a woman is having multiple cysts in her ovaries and people do believe that it can be cured if the cysts are removed. But my dear Cysters, it’s a misnomer as there are no cysts, it’s the multiple follicles which are not growing and give an appearance of multiple fluid filled spaces which look like small cysts.Researchers say chances of miscarriage are high in women who have Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) and by Insulin Resistance. Insulin Resistance (IR) condition occurs when the blood cells starts to reject insulin because of poor dietary choices.A woman with PCOS may have difficulty in conceiving and may require medication in the form of ovulation induction to conceive. Once she conceives, she is very anxious about the pregnancy. The Medical fields has improved immensely and increased the chances of pregnancy.With little lifestyle changes or infertility treatment the chances of women with PCOS can become pregnant.