Reproductive health is a broad concept that encompasses mortality, morbidity, and quality of life associated with the reproductive system, mechanism, and incidents encountered at all ages by men and women. Orthodox Indian society finds the conversation on reproductive health to be a taboo and discourages open conversations about it. Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a reproductive-age metabolic endocrine disorder found in females. Females suffering from PCOS are prone to reproductive, metabolic, and cardiovascular disorders. In this paper, we will systematically review about effect of PCOS on Reproductive Health of Women. The numerous electronic databases such as: BMJ, LANCET, PUBMED, Unicef Website, WHO Website and Google Scholar have been comprehensively searched for studies linked to PCOS, its various effects and effect on women’s reproductive health. For additional analyses, we have reviewed reference lists of reviews and collected papers. The effects of PCOS on women’s reproductive health have been verified by several scientific reports worldwide. PCOS is a hormonal condition, as per multiple reports, with the ability to lead to different outcomes. It still appears to be a common cause among females of infertility. An integral aspect of the treatment of this disease is the early diagnosis of long-term morbidities by effective screening tests. In the future, studies must concentrate on the missing holes in our growing perception of this disease. Several studies have confirmed that reproductive morbidity, including irregular uterine bleeding, abortion, miscarriage, and other risk of pregnancy during reproductive years, is associated with PCOS. PCOS is an amalgam of physiological and psychosocial dysfunction, not just an endocrine disorder.
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