It is one of the most common endocrine diseases affecting 6 to 10 % of childbearing age women. It can be a complex hormonal and metabolic condition.
The symptoms of PCOS are usually present at puberty, but it may take many years before patients are correctly diagnosed. Diagnosing PCOS can be tricky because not all women will have the same symptoms. The name ‘polycystic’ suggests you might have multiple ‘cysts’ on your ovaries.
There are more childless or Infertility women today than ever before – but why? First comes love, then comes marriage, but what about the baby in the baby carriage?
Recent studies show that childless women are on the rise. One out of every six couples is infertile. For those born in 1946, just 9 percent had no children, whereas, for women born in 1970, this figure has risen to 17 percent. Very few women are childless by choice; the majority are by circumstance. Let us discuss today’s medical circumstances behind women’s childlessness or Infertility.