Polycystic Ovary Syndrome causes symptoms in approximately 5% - 10% of women of reproductive age. It can interfere with hormonal balances that regulate reproduction along with other bodily functions, and the ovulation process. Sometimes, if being overweight is a concern, successful weight loss is the most effective method for restoring normal ovulation. PCOS is easily recognised through clinical assessment, hormonal analysis and ovarian ultrasound. PCOS does not necessarily mean difficulty in becoming pregnant, and is often treatable with a combination of medication and lifestyle changes. At HARI, we can give you best guidance and advice in tackling PCOS.