“Cysts” accompanying PCOS don’t represent a health concern and don’t require surgical removal, but they can lead to the following consequences.
Menstrual disorders in some women with PCOS can be one of the risk factors for developing serious health concerns later in life. Some women may have a significantly impaired cycle, fewer than four menstrual cycles per year. Such patients do not have regular ovulations and usually have difficulties with conception.
Insulin resistance (decreased sensitivity)
Over time, there is an increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes during pregnancy, high cholesterol and possibly high blood pressure. Diabetes develops in 10-20% of women with PCOS. These problems can also increase the risk of developing cardiovascular diseases.
There are certain problems that can occur during pregnancy, including a high risk of fetal pathology, pre-eclampsia and premature birth. There is also an increased risk of developing diabetes during pregnancy. In this regard, regular intake of special drugs, such as Miofolic , is recommended during pregnancy.