International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Review Papers | Nutrition Science | India | Volume 12 Issue 5, May 2023

PCOS-The Matter of Prevention

Simran Kaur Chawla

Abstract: The present study experimentally investigated the effect of PCOS in women, although dietary interventions have been studied as a first-line therapy for PCOS patients, the ideal diet has not been identified. Appropriate food and maintaining a sufficient nutritional status are crucial for preventing this illness, treatments and dietary practices are crucial for the recovery of PCOS patients. At present time, the intake of drugs and alcohol has been increased in women which leads to unhealthy lifestyle. This results in miscarriages and abortions which destroys their physical and mental health. Hence IVF techniques are becoming more popular to these women. Thus the demand of nutrition counseling is the necessity of present time Which will help them to opt for the natural process. This review paper showed that it has been demonstrated that a variety of eating regimens, including the Mediterranean diet, ketogenic diet, Dietary Approaches to Control Hypertension, and other dietary regimens, have an impact on weight loss and insulin resistance (IR), as well as enhance reproductive function. Women with PCOS, benefit from diets that lower obesity and insulin resistance rates, and the status of these conditions should be assessed at the early stages of the illness, in order to provide a durable and tailored nutritional strategy. This research is intriguing and it gave an overview about women facing infertility due to lifestyle, hormonal imbalances and problems like irregular periods, PCOS. So it has become common problem to educate and help in curing. One of the most prevalent endocrine and metabolic conditions in premenopausal women is polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). Although the exact cause of this condition is still largely unknown, growing evidence points to PCOS as a complex multi-genic disorder with significant environmental and epigenetic influences, including dietary and lifestyle choices. In order to properly diagnose and treat PCOS, a few well-recognized diagnostic techniques must be used, as well as therapy strategies that target hyperandrogenism, the effects of ovarian dysfunction, and the related metabolic issues disorders. This research aims to provide a balanced review of the knowledge about PCOS as well as a few concise, straightforward principles for the accurate diagnosis and long-term clinical management of women with PCOS.

Keywords: Hormonal Imbalance, Hypertension, IVF, Lifestyle, PCOS

Edition: Volume 12 Issue 5, May 2023,

Pages: 1555 - 1555

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