The main hormones in females are estrogen and progesterone.
They get produced by the ovaries, adrenal glands, and placenta (during pregnancy only).
Hormonal changes are necessary for various stages of reproductive health and physiological functions.
Many times, hormonal changes are the essential biomarkers for various ailments, disorders and diseases.
Global female infertility rate
Prevalence of PCOS in India
Unreported PCOS symptoms in India
Hormones play an important role in the normal physiological functions of our body.
Men and women have different hormones at different levels to carry out certain bodily functions.
Hormonal imbalance is a serious medical health issue with the potential to lead to various other diseases such as infertility, PCOS, ovarian irregularity, hyperandrogenism, cystic ovaries, higher insulin levels, and type 2 diabetes.
Most women having a regular menstrual cycle and normal ultrasound of ovaries also develop PCOS
PCOS is one of the most common causes of infertility in women but is treatable
Early diagnosing and associated treatment for hormonal imbalance are important to preserve or restore fertility, reduce symptoms, and prevent complications
Due to the misdiagnosis and underdiagnoses, the spontaneous abortion rate is high (1 in 3) in PCOS
Early identification of alteration of hormonal patterns can help to diagnose and get proper medical treatment at the initial stages.