PCOS Treatment in Marathahalli, Bangalore
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Neo Fertility Clinic is an ideal place for PCOS treatment. Supported with sophisticated clinical setup, requisite facilities, and experienced doctors, we offer higher success rate for PCOS treatment for pregnancy. Along with PCOS treatment, we produce useful information and guide moms-to-be on how they can conceive and carry their pregnancies carefully. Let’s have a look at points around PCOS. 

What is PCOS?

PCOS or Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is a reproductive health problem that occurs due to hormonal imbalances. If you have PCOS, you cannot have periods or your menstrual periods can last for many days. When it occurs to you, several sacs of fluid develop around the outer edge of your ovaries. These sacs are cysts that contain immature eggs. And hence, they do not have release from the ovaries. 

PCOS Symptoms

In general, females with PCOS experience signs during the first menstrual period. In some cases, females experience PCOS symptoms after having a few periods. You, if suffering from polycystic ovarian syndrome, can experience the following symptoms:

  • Irregular periods 
  • High level of androgen, a type of hormone 
  • Bigger ovaries due to polycystic     

Causes of PCOS

Reproductive experts are unaware of what causes polycystic ovarian syndrome in females. However, they believe that the following factors might be behind PCOS occurrence:

  • Insulin resistance 
  • Low-grade inflammation 
  • Heredity 
  • Excess androgen 


As a female of reproductive age, you should address it as you know you have PCOS. If not managed or treated, it can cause serious health and fertility issues that could be:

  • Infertility 
  • Preterm birth
  • Miscarriage 
  • Gestational diabetes 
  • Metabolic syndrome 
  • Sleep apnea 
  • Depression, anxiety, and stress 
  • Cancer, type 2 diabetes

How we diagnose PCOS   

Usually, there is no single test to diagnose females with PCOS. After interacting with patients and going through their medical history, we conduct physical examinations and recommend a few tests that can be:

  • Pelvic exam to check your reproductive organs for any abnormal changes or growths
  • Blood tests to measure hormone levels, especially androgen 
  • Ultrasound scan to examine the appearance of your ovaries 

What PCOS treatment options we follow or advise   

Based on interactions, medical history, physical examinations, and reports of the recommended tests, our doctors suggest the best and most effective treatment options. Our suggested treatment options can include:

  • Medications – birth control pills to regulate hormones, progestin therapy, Metformin for type 2 diabetes, Letrozole to stimulate ovaries and gonadotropins
  • Lifestyle changes – weight management, healthy eating, low-calorie diet, moderate exercises such as walking, and stress management