March 16, 2019

PCOS & Recurrent IVF Failure Evening Clinic

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Research shows at least 1 in 10 females of reproductive age meet measures for the diagnosis of polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), and many of them first progress signs in adolescence. The implications of this disease cover beyond the noticeable physical signs of increased body hair, acne and irregular menstrual cycles to include long-term risks of cardiometabolic disease and infertility.

Sensitive, multidisciplinary care at the Singla Mediclinic Evening PCOS Clinic

“We’re impending diagnosis and treatment from the Infertility perspective,” says Dr. Rimmi Singla (Senior Consultant Laparoscopic Gynaecologist & Obstetrician, IVF& Infertility Specialist)Director cum In charge –Ivy test Tube Baby Center, Ivy Hospital, Mohali.

An emphasis on nutrition is central since two-thirds of patients are overweight. “The importance is on a healthy diet — favoring vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and lean meats, decreasing sugar and junk foods — and working portion control as well as regular physical exercise,” Dr. Rimmi Singla says. It is now well documented that even in the nonappearance of obesity, women with PCOS are at increased risk of metabolic problems that can lead to infertility & cardiac disease. Thus, another significant factor of clinical care includes periodic screening for metabolic complications and age-appropriate treatment and preventive strategies. Unnecessary hair growth on face and body, carried on by excess androgen is a main concern for girls with PCOS. While moderating hormones through oral contraceptives, spironolactone, and metformin can decrease hair growth, they do not remove hair already on the face, chest, abdomen and back.

Woman/Girls with PCOS can suffer from low self-confidence as well as nervousness and depression due to the frustrating physical symptoms, excess weight, and long-term concerns for fertility and health.

To help minimal the effects of PCOS, try to:

  • Maintain a healthy weight. Reduce loss can reduce insulin and androgen levels and may reinstate ovulation. Ask your doctor about a weight-control program, and meet frequently with a dietitian for help in reaching weight-loss goals.
  • Eat less carbohydrates. Low-fat, high-carbohydrate diets might increase insulin levels. Your doctor can guide you about a low-carbohydrate diet if you have PCOS. Choose complex carbohydrates, which increase your blood sugar levels more slowly.
  • Be energetic. Workout helps lower blood sugar levels. Patient of  PCOS, joining in a regular exercise program may treat or even prevent insulin resistance and help you keep your weight under control and avoid emerging diabetes.

Finding it hard to see a doctor during the day. Visit our, evening clinic for the treatment of PCOS , treatment of recurrent miscarriage, Infertility on every Wednesday and Thursday at  #2747, sector 70 from 4pm to 6:30pm.
Let us solve your problem with our expertise. Dr. Rimmi Singla is a renowned and an eminent Gynaecologist, Infertility Specialist, laparoscopic surgeon. For queries contact on 9815500448 and 9815507974

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