PCOS Treatment in Sharjah

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) affects an estimated 10 million reproductive-aged women around the world. Though its exact cause remains unknown, experts believe it is a hormone-related condition that significantly affects female fertility and women’s physical and emotional health. Currently, there is no known cure for PCOS but it is highly manageable.

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Deep Teeth Whitening – Linda Mayers

This is the term used when combining one or more dental treatments to enhance the appearance of your smile.

Treatment stages:

  • In-chair teeth whitening generally involves the application of a whitening.
  • Take-home teeth whitening requires a set of custom made trays to fit your teeth.
  • Factors such as smoking, poor oral hygiene and diet can affect the longevity of the results.
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Five crowns within 48 hours with Salma Kingston

Crowns are needed when a tooth has a significant amount of structural damage and a normal filling would not be adequate.

Treatment stages:

  • Heavily filled teeth that have broken or that are likely to break in the near future.
  • Teeth with old amalgam fillings often crack around the filling causing pain when chewing.

Manage PCOS-related Symptoms

The signs and symptoms of PCOS often develop around the time of the first menstruation period during puberty. Polycystic Ovary Syndrome sometimes develops later, for example, in reaction to significant overweight. The signs and symptoms of PCOS include the following:

  • Irregular menstrual periods. Rare, irregular, or prolonged periods are the most common signs of PCOS. For example, you may have less than nine menstrual periods per year, and more than 35 days between abnormal periods and periods of abnormal menstruation.
  • High levels of the male hormone may lead to physical signs, such as increased facial and body hair (hirsutism), sometimes with severe male pattern baldness and acne breakouts.
  • Polycystic ovaries. The ovaries may enlarge and fill with the follicles that surround the eggs. As a result, the ovaries may fail to work regularly.

The signs and symptoms of PCOS are more severe if you are obese. Please see a doctor if you have concerns about your menstrual periods, if you are infertile, or if you feel signs of excessive androgen deficiency, such as excessive hair loss, unusual menstrual pattern, and acne. You should come to visit Dr. Amal Al Qedrah in her medical centers to get a proper consultation and PCOS treatment if needed.

Other symptoms include difficulty achieving pregnancy, thinning or loss of hair on the head, increased risk of diabetes, higher risk of heart disease and stroke, weight gain or obesity, acne, unwanted hair growth (hirsutism), mood changes and sleeping problems. A specialized gynecologist in Sharjah for PCOS can help you alleviate and manage these symptoms, especially if you are trying to get pregnant or regulate your period.

Consult with a PCOS Specialist

Cracks in pregnancy are imperative for some women, while other women do not face it; it’s all due to the nature of their bodies. Some women have soft and extensible skin more than others, so they didn’t suffer from cracks, while the vast majority suffers from them, so they must give their bodies more attention and care.

Dr. Amal Al Qedrah will help you with your problem.

Dr. Amal Al Qedrah is a leading specialist in Gynecology and Obstetrics offering in-depth insight into women’s reproductive health. Our clinic applies a patient-focused approach to healthcare, ensuring each patient receives the best possible medical care and attention from our team of specialists.

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