In line with modernization and globalization, people’s lives have changed drastically. As a result, the incidence of the disease is increasing day by day. Like heart disease, cancer, lung infections, diabetes, etc., women are experiencing certain physical ailments these days, one of which is polycystic ovarian syndrome or PCOS. Doctors also call it as ovarian cyst. But sadly, at first the housewives and family members do not take this issue seriously. Symptoms include sudden thickening of the scalp, hair loss from the scalp, acne on the face, and menstrual problems that are not considered important in adolescence.
According to a 2012 World Health Organization survey, a total of 116 million women worldwide are affected by polycystic ovarian syndrome. About 10 percent of women in India are affected by this disease. According to experts, at present one out of every five women in our country has this problem. What is this polycystic ovarian syndrome?