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  • Polycystic overian disease/ syndrome is hormonal disorder with enlarged ovaries ( normal size- 3.5 cm x 2.5 cm x 1.5 cm ).
  • There are small multiple cysts emerge on the outer edge of ovary.
  • It disturbs the reproductive, endocrine & metabolic function.
  • It is associated with menstrual cycle disturbance, hyperandrogenism, and obesity.
  • 12 or more follicle measuring 2 -9 mm in clinical diameter with increased ovarian volume > 10cm3.
  • Polycystic ovaries can exist without clinical signs and symptoms.



  • Polycystic ovaries are commonly detected by pelvic ultrasound.
  • Only 50% of woman with PCOD are overweight.
  • Associated features are menstrual cycle disturbances, hirsutism, acne, alopecia, obesity, increased LH level, increased testosterone level, hyperinsulinemia, increased prolactin, raised or normal level of FSH.


Ovarian function in PCOD

  • Cysts are not cysts in the sense that they do contain oocytes, so it is a polyfollicular ovary.
  • Cysts are the follicles whose development has been arrested.
  • The volume of the ovarian stroma is more diagnostic than a number of cysts.
  • Theca cell of polycystic ovary produces androgen associated with developing follicles.
  • Overactivity of theca cells causes infertility due to hyperandrogenism.
  • High serum LH is associated with fertility or menstrual cycle disturbances.
  • High serum testosterone is associated with an increased risk of hirsutism, infertility & menstrual cycle disturbances.
  • Elevated serum LH is associated with difficulty in conception and an increased risk of miscarriage.
  • Both obese and non-obese woman with PCOS is more insulin resistant & hyperinsulinemic.
  • PCOS increases the risk of pregnancy complication and 3 time higher risk of miscarriage during early pregnancy.


The difference in the approach  of  PCOD allopathic v/s homeopathic.

  • In allopathic treatment, they prescribe hormonal pills which brings menstruation but without ovulation so no use long term relief and infertility concern.
  • The surgical procedure of wedge resection is carried out but it damages the ovary & reduces the ovarian reserve and cysts reappear after some months.
  • It does not improve the quality of ovulation.


Homeopathic approach for PCOD

  • Constitutional homeopathic treatment resolves the problem permanently.
  • Homeopathic treatment improves the process of ovulation & improves quality of ovum so good for fertility concern.
  • After homeopathic treatment, there is less chance of miscarriage due to the better quality of ovum.


Advise for PCOD Patients

  • Do exercise regularly.
  • Kapalbhati pranayama is very useful for improvement to the ovarian blood supply.
  • Walking for 30 min to improve insulin sensitivity.
  • Anulom vilom pranayam to reduce stress.
  • Do 10 to 20 suryanamaskar daily for good hormonal balance
  • Take exposure of sunlight for 10 to 20 min daily for increasing vitamin D & calcium level in body.


Diet for pcod

  • 1 spoon of ginger juice + 1 spoon of lemon juice + 1 spoon of honey with water is very beneficial.
  • Flaxseed + sessam seed + fennel seed take daily twice.
  • Take 5 almond overnight socked in water.
  • Avoid sugar, salt, bakery & dairy product.
  • Take daily 1 fruit in the diet.
  • Take daily 1 spinch turmeric powder in 1 glass hot water at night.
  • Avoid carbohydrate & take more protein.