Polycystic ovary syndrome and Polyps of endometrium are very common pregnancy related hurdles now days. Only professional treatment can help you to get pregnant when diagnosed with this.

Pons Medical Research is working for your healthy pregnancy. In this article you will learn about treatment for Polycystic ovary syndrome and Polyps of endometrium. When you select your IVF Partners expert in Assisted Reproductive Technology you must ensure the IVF Medical surrogacy provider is also expert in various pregnancy related diseases and its treatments.

Polycystic ovary syndrome, what is it?
The real true polycystosis is rare and characterized by some signs: increased amounts or increased activity of androgens, absence of ovulation and a characteristic type of ovary on ultrasound. To make a diagnosis, you must have any of the two signs from the list. But the whole problem is usually that from the list there is only one sign - the absence of ovulation, and the woman is immediately branded with the diagnosis of PCOS.

Ovulation may be absent for many other reasons not only related to PCOS. And the main difficulty is that no one really knows the cause of this disease. Of course, very much is known about the pathogenesis (about the mechanism of development) of PCOS, about the role of notorious insulin resistance in the development of this process. But no one knows which reasons trigger the whole mechanism. Why does a woman have a beard grown from androgens, the ovaries do not fit into the screen on the ultrasound, weighs 100kg, and becomes pregnant with an enviable regularity while another woman, fitting the ideal norms and with normal analyzes, has no ovulation? So the question of PCOS as such (let's not now divide into true and untrue), is perhaps one of the most difficult tasks for an endocrinologist and gynecologist. And when treating this problem, it is very difficult to cure it (because curing means to eliminate the cause, and the reason is not known to anyone). More often we struggle with what bothers us: if beard growth, we take away the beard, if no ovulation - we force it, if the pimples torture us, we will get rid of them too.

Polyps of endomeytrium
One of the most frequent symptoms of this disease is spotting. In addition to it, the polyp can also cause:
-Spotting and pain during intercourse.
-Abundant menstruation.
-Bloody discharge in menopause.
-Infertility, unsuccessful attempts at IVF.

Polyps of the endometrium are outgrowths from the inner layer of the uterus. Most polyps are benign, but they can also suffer changes, at cellular and structural levels.

The reasons for the formation of polyps are not exactly known, but there are several opinions:
1. It is believed that a certain role in the appearance of polyps is played by hormonal disorders.
2. It is also assumed that the polyps arise as a result of infections, i.e. inflammation inside the uterus (endometritis) and mechanical damage to the inner layer, for example, with abortions.
3. There is still a theory of the formation of polyps because of the increased growth of blood vessels in the uterus.

The main method of detecting polyps is ultrasound, at present the ultrasound apparatus is efficient in detecting polyps as they are quite "discernible" by the physician even in during the very initial stage.

Endometrial polyps do not respond to hormonal treatment, and the only treatment is surgical removal. It is important to remove them as carefully as possible, and together with the "ingrowth" to avoid re-growth, therefore, removal under the supervision of a hysteroscope (a small camera) is performed. After removal of the polyp, it is important to carry out its histological examination .

After surgery, hormone therapy is often prescribed for several months to completely restore the inner layer of the uterus after the procedure.

Pons Medical Research is a leading surrogacy provider in Ukraine with expertise in Assisted Reproductive Technology with a good network of IVF Partners and advanced IVF Medical laboratory. Pons Medical Research wishes you a good pregnancy and a healthy child!

Written by;
Dr. Nataly Yakovleva
Pons Medical Research

Author's Bio: 

Ashok Saraswat is an India based Author of several articles. His interests are diversified based upon the internet findings and research. He is an Arts Graduate with specialization in Current Online Trends.