PCOD i.e. Polycystic Ovarian Disease is a condition related to the sexual and reproductive health of women, in which a woman's ovaries produce a large number of mature or partially mature eggs and over time they become cysts in the ovaries.

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Due to this, the ovaries become bigger and secrete a large amount of male hormones. Women suffering from this problem may have problems like infertility, irregular periods, hair loss, and abnormal weight gain.

Due to PCOD, many types of sex problems can occur in women, such as a low desire to have sex, hormones out of balance in sex drive, and stress during sex.

Today in this article we will learn about the sex problems caused by PCOD -

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  1. Sex problems due to PCOS
  2. How to reduce PCOD problems
  3. Takeaway
Doctors for Sex problems due to PCOS

Many types of problems have been seen in women suffering from PCOD. These problems, there can also be problems related to sex, such as infertility, and lack of sexual desire. Let us know in detail about these problems -

Disturbances in sex drive

In PCOD, the hormones become out of balance i.e. they go out of control. Your sex drive vacillates between hyper-sexual activity and celibacy.

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Loss of libido

If your testosterone level is low and sex hormone binding globulin level (SHBG) is high then your libido will be low and vice versa. Either way, mismatched libidos cannot be good for couples. Establish good communication with your partner, tell him how you feel and in this way, you will be able to find a middle ground.

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Stress affects sex life

The stress level increases significantly in women suffering from PCOD. In this situation, they may feel very restless and uncomfortable during sex. Due to increased stress in PCOD, women are not able to pay full attention to their sex life. In such a situation, women need to consult a doctor immediately.

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Trouble planning a sex night

Women with PCOD may find it difficult to plan their sex nights. The period of women suffering from PCOD remains irregular. In such a situation, they do not understand when there will be periods and when not. Meanwhile, if they plan sex night someday, then they may have to face trouble. In such a situation, when your period's date is near, then you should refrain from having sex.

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Reluctance to have sex when on PCOD medication

You can take birth control pills to cure your irregular periods, although you may not feel like having sex. Well, it's a good situation because you don't have to worry about pregnancy and can plan a sex night. According to medical research conducted by Stanford University, newly married women affected by PCOS may experience a decrease in libido when they take birth control pills.

This is because these pills reduce the testosterone in your body, which is responsible for your libido. In that case, you can consult your gynecologist for a libido-friendly birth control pill.

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Apart from getting treatment from your doctor, you can also adopt these lifestyle tips to reduce the problems of PCOD -

  • Exercise regularly
  • Keep your weight under control
  • Consume carbohydrates in moderation
  • Eat green vegetables
  • Stay away from junk foods

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PCOD i.e. Polycystic Ovarian Disease can affect the sex life of women. Women suffering from this problem may have less desire for sex. At the same time, there can be many hormonal changes in the body. In such a situation, you need to consult a doctor immediately. Apart from this, exercise regularly to reduce the problems caused by PCOD. Avoid junk food and make healthy changes in your lifestyle. So that these problems can be reduced.

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