25 March 2014

Woman having laser hair removal on upper lipGrowing obesity is being blamed for a rise in cases of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) among Indian women. The Times of India says the condition is not being helped by the growth in consumption of processed foods, which is, in turn causing greater concern for the weight of the current generation of young Indian women."Obesity is one of the main reasons why PCOS is on the rise," Gynaecological Laparoscopic Surgeon Dr Mahesh Patwardhan told the newspaper. Gynaecology and infertility expert Dr Sukirti Jain added that, in many cases, PCOS can be traced to a hormone imbalance, which can lead to the sufferer's symptoms including acne and excessive hair growth. It is these symptoms which can be helped by a reputable Cosmetic Surgery practice. A course of Laser Hair Removal can effectively help deal with cases where Hirsutism (excessive hair growth) is experienced, while for acne, FDA approved Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) is the best non-surgical solution, which can be further effective if supported by a course of Skin Peels and the regular application of skincare products specially formulated for use on problem skin, in order to progressively eradicate the condition. - Do you suffer from PCOS? Let us know about the treatments which you've found to be successful in treating your symptoms on Facebook.