If You Have Been Diagnosed with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, Contact the Specialists at the Center of Reproductive Medicine
A diagnosis of polycystic ovarian syndrome is scary for any woman or couple. At the Center of Reproductive Medicine, we want you to have all the necessary information about polycystic ovarian syndrome including the causes and the treatments so that you are educated enough to make a proper decision about the course of action you would like to pursue. When researching polycystic ovarian syndrome you should use fertility clinics that can answer questions such as:
- What is polycystic ovarian syndrome exactly?
- How does it relate to infertility?
- What are some things I can do naturally to decrease the symptoms and improve my fertility?
- Can you tell me what support groups are in the area?
- Are there other resources that can give me accredited information about it?
CORM employs talented fertility doctors at each of our Houston area clinics who can answer all of these questions and more. One of our reproductive specialists, Dr. Jerry Sims, is affiliated with thenational polycystic ovarian syndrome organization as a qualified lecturer on the topic. What we offer are the best options to anyone diagnosed with polycystic ovarian syndrome to become their own weapon against it.
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is the Most Common Hormonal Disorder Among Women of Reproductive Age
The name of the condition comes from the appearance of the ovaries in most, but not all women with the disorder — enlarged and containing numerous small cysts located along the outer edge of each ovary which are polycystic in appearance. Infrequent or prolonged menstrual periods, excessive hair growth, obesity and acne can all occur as signs of polycystic ovarian syndrome in women. Menstrual abnormality may signal the condition in adolescence, or this may become apparent later following weight gain or difficulty becoming pregnant. The exact cause of polycystic ovary syndrome is unknown. Women with polycystic ovarian syndrome may have trouble becoming pregnant due to infrequent or lack of ovulation.
If you have a diagnosis of polycystic ovarian syndrome or believe you could be suffering from this disorder you should contact the doctors at CORM. We know how you feel and are prepared to help you get through the necessary steps to try to overcome this disorder and prepare the way for a new life. Call us today to set up a personal consultation.
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Is A Widespread Disorder
[Posted on Mar 15]
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is a widespread hormonal disorder affecting females who are in their reproductive years. The condition is named for the look of the ovaries as it occurs in most women with the disorder. The ovaries become enlarged and the syndrome manifests itself in numerous small cysts along the outer edges of the ovaries. Some of the most notable symptoms of PCOS are excessive hair growth, obesity, acne, and infrequent or prolonged menstrual periods. In women past adolescence, difficulty becoming pregnant may be an indication of the condition. The cause of PCOS is still uncertain. If the condition is untreated there can be a serious risk of long-term complications, such as heart disease and type 2 diabetes.
At the Center of Reproductive Medicine, we use the most advanced medical treatments and state of the art diagnostics to help couples with conception and pregnancy. Our high success ratio has made us a leading Infertility Clinic in Texas. Our reproductive doctors and staff are highly trained and highly skilled, with years of experience practicing in their particular fields of medicine. Our central focus is to provide outstanding reproductive care in a comfortable and nurturing atmosphere.
The Center of Reproductive Medicine is among the leading Fertility Centers that are equipped to deal with PCOS in women and other types of infertility issues. Our care and dedication to patient treatment has earned us a reputation for providing the best care available. We believe in helping our patients achieve their dreams of parenthood. Our caregivers are open and communicative so that our patients will understand their options and will be able to make informed choices about the treatments we suggest.
If you are experiencing symptoms associated with polycystic ovarian syndrome, please call The Center of Reproductive Medicine as soon as possible. Our welcoming and educated staff will be happy to answer any questions you may have. We will schedule an appointment for an initial consultation with one of our doctors. We invite you to browse our web site for more information about our physicians, staff, and treatments.