Journal article Open Access
Yasmin Mohd Ali; Bushra; Tanzim.
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is hyteregenous, multisystem with Ovarianendocrinopathy in woman of reproductive age with ovarian expression of various metabolic disturbances. The prevalance of PCOS is general population has been estimated to be 5 ? 10%. The classical presentation is characterized by features of anovultion, amenorrhea, oligomenorrhea or irregular cycles in combination with signs of androgen excess, acne, hersuitism or alopecia. It is associated frequently with insulin resistance. It is the commonest cause of infertility due to anovultion. PCOD affects 5 ? 10%. Of reproductive age woman rising till 15% in woman with infertility. In this paper we will discuss the role of diet in the management of PCOS.