of infertility due to life style becomes critical in females.
18 March (SRE):
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is increasing fast in females, specially young
adolescent girls. The intensity of the disease can be gauged from the fact that
every 7th woman, who can not conceive is suffering from this disease. If it not
timely treated it can turn into diabetes or cancer of uterus membrane. The gynecologists
from across the state apart from UP discussed ways to control the Polycystic
Ovarian Syndrome, PCOS, so that the females and adolescent girls are made aware
of the symptoms and treatment.
of Obstetrics and Gynecology Society of India, in collaboration with Amritdhara hospital organised a
conference on cracking the PCOS code. Gynecologists said the disease can be
minimised by changing the lifestyle. The adult and adolescent females gain a
lot of weight in this disease. They face problems in becoming mother and their
hormone level is imbalanced. About 15 to 20 percent adult and adolescent
females are affected with PCOS in the state. Dr.
Shivani Sachdev Gour, Dr. Abha Majumdar, Dr. Bharati Ghorepatil, Dr. Seema
Pandey, Dr. Arshi Iqbal, Dr Anshu Jindal, Dr. Sunil Jindal, Dr. Kuldeep Singh,
Dr. Ragini Agrawal, Dr. Sanjay Kalra and Dr. Nitin Bansal were present on the
occasion among others.
present in the programme – Pankaj)
Dr. Prabhjot Kaur
specialist Dr Prabhjot Kaur said that this conference has been called to make
treatment easy and cost effective, and to find the solution of irregularity in
menstruation. The discussion is going on. But the problem in adult and adolescent
women can be minimised by changing the lifestyle. The women should exercise
regularly, and use green vegetables and fruits in their diet.
The disease brings lifelong hardship: Dr. Jyoti
specialist Dr. Jyoti Gupta said that we see a sharp rise in the patients of
PCOS. Around 40 percent females have this disease. Even the disease is
flourishing in girls of 13 years. Conference will discuss the rise in the
disease and ways to curb it.
Focus on exercise and diet: Dr. Manju
specialist Dr.Manju Khurana said that obesity is the main reason behind the
disease. The females who wanted a child should control their weight, try to
lose weight, take less sugar, eat more vegetables, and take fruits & nuts.
Eat fewer things made in ghee. Exercise daily and do daily work with agility.
If the disease remains uncontrolled, consult your doctor.
Dr. Jyoti Malik, Director, Roots IVF Bahadurgarh
said the objective of the conference is to create awareness among adult and
adolescent girls about the disease. If the disease is not treated in time it
can become the lifelong curse. (Dr. Malik)