A patient named Mrs. N, in her late 30’s, mother of 3 children, was presented to me with PCOS in August ’20. She told me she had been taking painkillers to cope with her pain and had been suggested by her aunt to get an operation. I couldn’t understand what operation they wanted her to get as her condition wasn’t that severe.
I took her case, analyzed it, and prescribed her some remedy. her leucorrhoea started reducing from the very next day. I told my patient not to get her hopes high as dysmenorrhoea and leucorrhoea would only go completely, once her ovaries are healthy again.
After a couple of months of taking the medicines, we again went for the USG report where none of the cysts were visible.