Dr. Pol's Vedamrut

Polycystic Ovarian Disease

Polycystic Ovarian Disease

Polycystic Ovarian Disease (PCOD) is a hormonal condition that affects approximately 15 to 20% of women in their childbearing age that is 12 to 45 years. It is a medical condition in which women’s ovaries produce immature, partially mature eggs in large numbers. The ovaries produce a large amount of androgen hormone causing infertility, irregular menstrual cycle, hair loss, and abnormal weight gain.


The root cause of PCOD is lifestyle changes, stress, fast food consumption, sedentary lifestyle, and weight gain. These factors can lead to hormonal imbalance. There is an imbalance between the male sex hormone and female sex hormone in PCOD. Our management program corrects the hormonal imbalance, helps reduce weight, regularises mense, and prevents infertility.

About Dr. Pol's Vedamrut PCOD management programme

1 - Consulting

includes initial assessment, history taking, physical examination, the finding of body types, assessment of all blood, ultrasound report, and confirmation of diagnosis.

2 - Diet Modification

In PCOD there is a hormonal imbalance associated with insulin resistance. A healthy diet can reduce insulin resistance and normalize hormone levels.

3 - Ayurvedic Medicine

In Ayurveda, there is plenty of medicine that reduces the size of the bulky ovary, correction in hormone level (balances hormone), and produces normal mature eggs. Ayurveda medicine also helps to regularise menses and decrease weight.

4 - Ayurvedic panchakarma

Ayurveda panchakarma like Basti (medicated enemas) detoxifies the body, reduces weight, and corrects hormonal levels. In Ayurveda, Basti is called as half treatment of any disease.

5 - Yoga /Exercise

Sedentary lifestyle is one of the causes of PCOD and insulin resistance. Some yoga and special types of exercise will increase insulin sensitivity, promote weight loss and normalize hormone levels.

Get One Step Ahead Of Disease

We give treatment for all chronic diseases through Ayurvedic medicine , diet and lifestyle changes.