Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

Polycystic Ovarian Disease (PCOS/PCOD) treatment in Delhi

Polycystic Ovarian Disease or syndrome is easily treated at Isya Aesthetics in New Delhi. Women with this disease can receive the best treatment for PCOS through a 360 degree regime that includes diet, acne treatment, excess hair treatment, fat loss, and hair fall problem. Dr. Kiran Sethi, a renowned Skin & Wellness Expert from USA, recommends various treatments like lasers, acne removal, photofacials, LED therapy, Platelet – Rich Plasma and more

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is a condition where a woman’s hormones go out of balance. This is often due to poor lifestyle habits and an unhealthy diet, but can sometimes also be genetic in nature.

In addition to causing irregular periods, other menstrual problems and cysts on your ovaries, PCOS can cause unwanted changes in the way you look such as acne, excess facial or bodily hair growth, hair loss and weight gain that is very difficult to lose.

In some cases, it is also possible that your periods are regular, but you can still have PCOS which still leads to insulin sensitivity and all the above side effects.

Treatment Options

Acne Defense

Neo Facial

Elixir by HydraFacial MD


If left untreated, it can also lead to long-term problems such as infertility, diabetes or pre-diabetes among young girls.

PCOS affects about 3/5 women today across various age groups and therefore we have developed a comprehensive plan to tackle this rampant condition.

Unlike any other Skin Expert, Dr. Kiran also offers a Natural Program through which she recommends diets and supplements that can help get your hormones in check. She works on treating your PCOS as holistically as possible.

Also, because the facial and body hair is thicker and more resistant, we have special laser hair removal techniques in place to treat this condition. Isya also offers long-term solutions for acne and scalp hair loss that occurs due to PCOS.


Healthline describes PCOS or Polycystic Ovary Syndrome as “a condition that affects a woman’s hormone levels. Women with PCOS produce higher-than-normal amounts of male hormones. This hormone imbalance causes their body to skip menstrual periods and makes it harder for them to get pregnant.” PCOS is a condition that women can be diagnosed with at any age, after they experience their first menstrual cycle.

The most common symptoms for PCOS include:

  • Irregular or missed periods
  • Chronic acne
  • Unwanted hair growth
  • Weight gain
  • Painful menstrual cycle
  • Pelvic pain
  • Hair loss
  • Frequent mood changes

There are multiple reasons that may contribute to a woman dealing with PCOS. They include but are not limited to the following:

  • Weight gain
  • Excess insulin production
  • More than normal levels of androgens
  • Stress and an unhealthy lifestyle
  • Genetics

No single test can diagnose PCOS by itself. Your gynaecologist will administer a host of tests and checks to understand if you are suffering from PCOS.

As part of your first consultation, your gynaecologist will aim to understand your general medical history, your menstrual cycle and any physical changes you may have observed over the past few months. This also includes excessive hair growth, acne or painful or missed periods.

If your symptoms point towards PCOS, your gynaecologist will conduct an external pelvic examination to check for any abnormal growth, followed by a blood test to understand any hormonal imbalance that may be present and an ultrasound as a final test.

Menstrual problems (Irregular or absent periods)

Since PCOS is an ovarian disorder, the one aspect of your health that is majorly affected is your menstrual cycle. You may experience irregular periods or miss your periods altogether, which affects the natural functioning of your body and overall health.

Severely painful periods

Another common complication caused by PCOS is that of painful periods causing discomfort and hampering your lifestyle. This may lead to heavy reliance on pain medication and other treatments such as heat application to ease the cramps.

It is recommended that you consult with your dermatologist in regards to the frequency you can consume painkillers and if there is a better alternative for you to manage your pain.

Fertility problems

Your hormones need to be functioning optimally month on month for your ovaries to release an egg and for you to get pregnant. The hormonal imbalance caused due to PCOS can affect your fertility and may require you to take medication or IVF treatment to improve your chances to get pregnant.

Pregnancy risks

According to Healthline, “Women with PCOS are twice as likely as women without the condition to deliver their baby prematurely. They’re also at greater risk for miscarriage, high blood pressure, and gestational diabetes.”

Keeping track of your weight through your pregnancy can help reduce the risk of complications throughout your term.

Unwanted hair growth

The excess amount of androgens can cause hair growth in areas you don’t necessarily want, such as the chin, jawline and neck area. This can also lead to excess hair on the sides of your face and upper lip area.

The efficacy of treatments like laser hair removal may be affected by PCOS — make sure that you let your dermatologist or aesthetician know about any hormonal concerns before you sign up for it.


Chronic acne is also a sign of PCOS and a symptom that women often have to deal with. This persistent acne requires treatment which can include oral and topical medication.

If you’re dealing with hormonal acne, it’s best to consult your dermatologist for the course of action to tackle it as opposed to self medicating. Reach out to us at Isya to help you treat your acne.

Risk of other health concerns

PCOS also puts you at risk of developing diabetes or high blood pressure if not managed well.

Impact on mental health

PCOS leads to a hormonal imbalance which can significantly impact your moods and mental health. It can lead to an onset of depression and anxiety and can also affect the quality of your sleep.

PCOS is caused due to poor diets and lifestyle habits, and we not only believe in treating the side-effects, but curing the condition from the root. Dr. Kiran asks you to undergo a set of simple blood tests to determine your hormone and insulin levels that cause PCOS.

She and her team of experts then offer nutritional diets, supplements and lifestyle changes to balance your hormones and transform the way you look and feel. It’s a holistic approach to this plaguing condition and you’ll love every bit of the results.

Treatment options


Try it if: You need to treat troublesome spots and clear your skin

How does it work?

PCOS has a large number of side-effects on the body that go beyond irregular periods. Persistent acne is just one of them.  For when an unexpected surge hits, don’t go all Dr. Pimple Popper on them. Try our acne-fighting peels that attack acne-causing bacteria and reduce oil secretion to cure the problem from the root. 

The need to knows:

  • Budget-friendly
  • Multiple sessions required
  • Combine with other treatments for best results (+ 15 mins)

What are the after effects?

  • Temporary: Redness, Dryness, Sun sensitivity
  • 1 week: Aggravated acne due to skin purging

Ideal for: Any age group and gender

Acne Defense

Try it if: You need to get rid of acne quickly

How does it work?

Innovated by Dr.Sethi, Acne Defense, the ultimate treatment in acne therapy works hard to get rid of those troublesome zits in no time. The intense 7-step ritual helps to cleanse every pore to treat and prevent acne in the future.

It involves cleansing and exfoliation of skin, followed by extraction of blackheads and grime from pores. We then use LED light therapy to fight acne-causing bacteria and a metabolic peeling to deep cleanse all those zits out.

This is because our experts know that acne just isn’t on your skin, it’s under it too. And Acne Defense will help purge all those hidden zits for acne-free skin real quick. At Isya, we’ll also customize your treatment to match your skin type and gender.

The need to knows:

This one-hour session, spaced every 2-4 weeks, can accelerate the healing of acne and prevent it from occurring again. Typically, it requires about 2-4 sessions for best results and there is no machine or laser involved.

What are the after effects?

You may experience dryness for about 2-7 days post the treatment. This treatment also purges the skin of toxins so you may see some of the acne under the skin coming out. This is a good sign because your skin needs purging. Without purging, acne takes longer to clean out.

Ideal for: Men, Women and Teens.

Neo Facial

Try it if: You need to tackle acne caused by hormonal imbalances

How does it work?

Getting rid of PCOS-induced acne can be a massive mountain to climb. Mainly because very few treatments look at curing the problem of oil secretion from the pores.

This Hollywood favourite facial does just that–it reduces the oil produced by your pores to avoid pesky breakouts.

The need to knows:

  • Duration: 15 minutes
  • Non-intrusive
  • Painless
  • No numbing required
  • 4-6 sessions every fortnight/month

What are the after effects?

  • No downtime
  • Healthy Glow
  • Tight Pores
  • Slight acne aggravation before healing

Ideal for: Men & Women

Elixir by HydraFacial MD

Try it if: You are prone to hormonal acne breakouts

How does it work?

PCOS can wreak havoc on your body with its many side effects, many of which are visible on the skin. Dullness preceding the time of the month and aggravated acne are the most troublesome lot.

Excessive extractions and pressure on the skin are not the solution. Instead, try this gentle procedure that is the safest and fastest way to get rid of acne-causing blackheads with gentle suction.

Plus, the lymphatic drainage massage helps you battle the bloat and the skin is also infused with antioxidants and nutrients to quench thirsty skin that maximize glow.

The need to knows:

  • Duration: 45 minutes
  • Immediate results
  • Hydration
  • Glow 
  • Can be done monthly

What are the after effects?


Ideal for: Men, Women and Teens

Erase X

Try it if: You have hormonal acne and excess oil production

How does it work?

This high-tech laser uses a cool vacuum to lift up skin and attack acne bacteria directly in the skin glands. It also simultaneously reduces oil secretion and improves the appearance of any scars that may have been caused due to previous breakouts.

A boost of collagen gives sin a healthy overall glow that sometimes gets dulled due to hormonal imbalances.

The need to knows:

    • Duration: 15 minutes
  • 6 sessions required

What are the after effects?

    • Slight redness for sensitive skin
    • Rare blistering
    • Sun sensitivity
  • Sunscreen required


At Isya, we’re more than just a skin clinic–we want the best for your overall health. That is why we don’t just offer clinical treatments to help you achieve the body you want. We complement them with extensive nutritional plans that ensure the effects of these treatments are long-lasting. From treating PCOD to fighting stubborn fat, our in-house experts will devise the right food and diet plan for you, depending on your health concern and skin issues. You can leave all the ground work to us and reap the best benefits.

Keeping track of your menstrual cycle is the most important step to correctly diagnose any hormonal concerns you may be dealing with.

If you notice that your periods are irregular month on month, you miss your period from time to time, have excessively painful periods, chronic acne or hair growth in areas you normally wouldn’t, it’s time to see your gynaecologist and seek medical help for what could be a hormonal disorder.

PCOS can affect a woman at any age in her life after her first menstrual cycle. It is important to note that while everyone’s menstrual symptoms differ, if you find that your period has been drastically different for a few months when there haven’t been any drastic changes in your lifestyle, you should see a doctor.

In fact, it is worth it to see your gynaecologist once every six months at least for a routine check-up to rule out any hormonal imbalances, vaginal health concerns and the risk of breast cancer.

With conditions like PCOS, while your individual symptoms can be treated with medication, lifestyle changes play the most important role to reduce overall discomfort and manage the disorder. Losing weight if you are on the obese side is imperative for your medication to work effectively as well.

Following a regular exercise routine and a low-carb, calorie-deficit diet (one that can be devised with the help of a nutritionist who understands your health concerns) can help manage PCOS and ease your symptoms as well.

Unfortunately, there is no way to expect the onset of PCOS or to prevent it. What you can do is follow a healthy lifestyle, get enough sleep, exercise daily and ensure that your diet is well-rounded with all essential fruits, vegetables, proteins, fats, vitamins and minerals.

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