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Dr. Manisha Meena*, Dr. Mayukh Sharma, Dr. Anjana Dhakar, Dr. Chandan Singh, Dr. Laxminarayan Sharma and Dr. Rajendra Prasad Purvia


PCOS is a common endocrine condition associated with hyperandrogenism, infertility and meta- bolic dysfunction. Women with PCOS may present with obesity, amenorrhea, oligomenorrhoea, in- fertility, or androgenic features. It builds the danger of insulin resistance (IR), type 2 diabetes, obe- sity, and cardiovascular disease. The etiology of the disease stays misty, and the emotional pheno- type makes an assembled analysis troublesome among doctors. PCOS affects a woman’s ovaries, the reproductive organs that produce oestrogen and progesterone — hormones that regulate the men- strual cycle. The ovaries also produce a small amount of male hormones called androgens. Due to the absence or decrease in ovulation, women with PCOS have diminished degrees of the hormone progesterone. Foeniculum vulgare seeds are used as a good supplement for management of PCOS. They are rich source of phytoestrogens. Phytoestrogens content in fennel helps in reduc- ing insulin resistance and in bringing down the inflammation in PCOS. It also believed that helps in reduce the cellular imbalance which leads to metabolic disturbances in PCOS.

Keywords: Ayurveda, vata dosha, Polycystic ovarian syndrome, Fennel.

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