Gynecological Endocrine Disorders in PCOS

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a typical reason of ovulatory dysfunction. This disorder involves anovulation dysfunction and androgen excess of unclear etiology. Estrogen levels are raised, increasing risk of endometrial hyperplasia and, eventually, endometrial cancer. Androgen levels are regularly raised, increasing the risk of metabolic syndrome and causing hirsutism. Hyperinsulinemia occurs due to insulin resistance may be present and may contribute to increased ovarian production of androgens. The risk of cardiovascular disorders, including hypertension and hyperlipidemia. Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a typical reason of ovulatory dysfunction. This disorder involves anovulation dysfunction and androgen excess of unclear etiology. Estrogen levels are raised, increasing risk of endometrial hyperplasia and, eventually, endometrial cancer. Androgen levels are regularly raised, growing the risk of metabolic syndrome and causing hirsutism.

 

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