Miscarriage is a state in which a fetus stops growing inside the womb and the pregnancy is aborted. One of the most common causes for this is a condition known as PCOS, or Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. Miscarriages and PCOS are related and those women who have this condition are more likely to have a failed pregnancy than those who do not have PCOS. Since this is basically a condition caused due to hormone imbalances, women who suffer from this also suffer from multiple hormone imbalances.
Symptoms of Miscarriage
The most common symptom of a miscarriage is severe abdominal pain or backache along with vaginal bleeding. This is usually the sign of a failed pregnancy and one needs to go to the doctor as soon as possible. In early stages of pregnancy, the bleeding is called "threatened miscarriage" and it is not necessary that it turns into a real miscarriage.
Some women go on to have a normal, uncomplicated pregnancy. Other symptoms that are helpful in recognizing a miscarriage is that pregnancy symptoms such as nausea or morning sickness disappear. Sometimes, bleeding does not occur and you tend to find out about the miscarriage during a routine scan or visit to the doctor.
Treatment of PCOS
PCOS can be treated effectively, provided you don’t delay seeking treatment from a qualified doctor. The most effective treatment for PCOS is to get a hormone treatment that would minimize the hormonal imbalances. With the hormones in place ovulation would improve, which will increase chances of a better pregnancy. This will also normalize blood sugar levels and help reduce the chances of miscarriage.
There are many medications for the treatment of PCOS. You are advised to consult your doctor for prescribing you one that cures you of this condition. Usually, the drugs that are prescribed work the way insulin works on high glucose levels. The drugs help to decrease the testosterone levels in the body, which regulates ovulation and also helps in slowing down physical effects like excessive hair growth. They help in controlling and stabilizing the ovulation process, which is very helpful in making way for a successful pregnancy.