changes in the body.
Generally, the patient presents with the following symptoms:
Irregular menses (usually delayed)
Weight gain and difficulty in losing weight
Acne, oily skin, dandruff
Excessive hair growth on the face, chest, back
Thinning of hair
High blood pressure
Various hormones of the body operate in harmony to
regularize smooth functioning of all systems including the
The disturbance of hormonal mechanism makes the ovaries
produce excessive amount of the male reproductive hormones
(androgens) and at the same time there is failure of egg
formation. This excess of androgens with absence of
ovulation may cause infertility.
With this understanding, that the disturbed hormonal
functioning of the body lies at the root of PCOD, it can be
easily perceived that this constitutional disorder will
require constitutional approach towards its rectification.
Homoeopathic approach towards management of PCOD is
constitutional, taking into account the presenting
complaints along with physical, mental and genetic make-up
that individualizes a person. Homoeopathic medicines which
act at root level can bring back deviations of hormonal
system back to normalcy and in many cases abolish the need
for exogenous hormones with their side-effects and
complicating surgical procedures. Moreover, with this
hormonal harmony, chances of conception increase
Suggestion about homoeopathic treatment:
Homoeopathic treatment is positively recommended in
management of PCOD.