TEGUCIGALPA, HONDURAS.- In recent years it has been more frequently heard that hundreds of young girls are presented with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, which if treated in time, cannot cause problems for women.
This is bad, causing women to have very high hormone levels which can cause many health problems, including menstrual irregularities, infertility, acne, hair growth, obesity and a large number of cysts in the ovaries
Until now, the real reason for this disease is unknown, but related genetic and environmental factors.
Some studies also relate to polycystic ovaries with high insulin production. Also, it is said that if someone in your family suffers, chances are that you can develop it.
If the girl is overweight, what is certain is that she will be asked to lose weight in a healthy way, the loss of extra kilos can greatly help the disease.
Another option is oral contraception, which also helps control acne and hair growth.
Metformin, which is a drug to control diabetes, is another alternative that can be used by obstetricians to reduce blood insulin levels.
They can also prescribe hormones to increase fertility.
It is important that every girl who has sex or has had her first menstrual period visit a doctor at least once a year to detect abnormalities in time.
In the same way, it is very important to maintain a healthy diet and exercise.