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PCOS Treatment in Ghana
PCOS is a condition that affects the ovaries and can cause problems with fertility. Treatment options include medications, surgery, and other treatments. There is no one cure for PCOS, but treatment can help manage symptoms and improve fertility.
There are a few types of PCOS: insulin-resistant PCOS, polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), and congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH). Insulin-resistant PCOS is the most common type of PCOS. It is caused by increased levels of insulin in the blood. This makes it difficult for the body to use energy from food properly. Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is a condition that includes many small cysts on the ovaries. These cysts make it difficult for the ovaries to produce eggs. Congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH) is a condition in which the body produces too much testosterone. This can lead to problems with fertility.
There are a number of treatments available for PCOS. Some people need medication to control their symptoms. Others may need surgery to remove cysts or fix problems with their ovaries. Other treatments include lifestyle changes, such as diet and exercise, and natural therapies, such as acupuncture or supplements. every person’s treatment plan will vary based on their individual needs and symptoms.
Symptoms of PCOS
How We Treat PCOS?
Having a PCOS-specialised coach in Ghana helps to ensure that you’re receiving quality care & direction while keeping you accountable.
Clinical PCOS Evaluation
We have certified gynaecologists and healthcare professionals in Ghana who can assess your PCOS profile and root cause.
Work with your therapist in Ghana to discover what sets off your triggers and learn helpful management techniques.
Yoga for PCOS
By including Yoga, cardio, stretching, and strength training in your exercise routine, you can help reduce the effects of PCOS.
Smart snacking, regulating sugar intake & improving gut health are all eating habits that your dietitian in Ghana can help you develop.
You’re not alone on this journey. A group of peers & coaches in Ghana will be with you every step of way in our exclusive community.
Why PCOS Reversal with Mantracare, Ghana?
members find this more effective than other program
women regularise their periods within first 3 months
women lose weight within the first month
reported improvements in their sleep
Top PCOS Doctors in Ghana
- Dr. Kwame Asare is an expert in managing PCOS with a focus on diet, exercise and fertility treatments. He has successfully treated many women with PCOS and offers comprehensive care including regular checkups and medication guidance.
- Dr. Emmanuel Afrane is also an expert in treating PCOS and offers a range of treatments including hormone therapy, weight loss surgery and fertility treatments. He has helped many women improve their overall health and manage their symptoms effectively.
- Dr. Kofi Opoku-Gyasi is a leading doctor for treating PCOS. He has extensive experience with the disorder and is considered an expert on the topic.
- Dr. Kwaku Agyemang-Manu is also a top PCOS doctor in Ghana. He is well-known for his work with obese patients, but also has experience treating women with PCOS.
- Dr. Kwame Agyeman, MD is a highly respected pediatrician and specialist in gastrointestinal diseases, including PCOS. He has successfully treated thousands of patients with PCOS through his clinic and online resources.
How it works ?
Signup for PCOS program
Fill out a 5-minute online form to describe your PCOS symptoms and treatment goals in Ghana.
Meet your PCOS care team
We will connect you with specialists in Ghana who include nutritionists, gynecologists, and fitness experts who are available 24*7 to assist you.
Connect to our PCOS app
The app will provide you with a customized PCOS treatment plan. It also includes daily food diaries, exercise routines, and follow-ups.
10,000+ Happy PCOS Customers From Ghana & the world
Our Patients Are Redefining Success
“I received PCOS treatment from MantraCare in Ghana and I am so glad I did. The services they provided were amazing! They made sure I was well informed on all my options, answered any questions I had and gave me the best possible care. The staff at the clinic were always friendly, helpful and understanding. My treatment plan was tailored just for me, tailored to my needs and situation. I’m so happy with the results. My PCOS symptoms have decreased significantly and I feel better than ever! I highly recommend MantraCare in Ghana to anyone looking for PCOS treatment. Thank you so much!“
2 years on MantraCare
Top PCOS Doctors at Mantracare in Ghana
Frequently Asked Questions
The root cause of PCOS is still unknown. Yet, other things that have been seen to be evident in causing PCOS in women in Ghana are High levels of male hormones, genes, and insulin resistance.
PCOS can develop variously serious issues like infertility, uterus/ breast cancer, anxiety, depression, excessive hair growth, and issues with the bodyweight of the patient.
MantraCare manages your PCOS through a combination of mobile app interventions, health coach sessions, doctor consultations & medications. Our health coaches in Ghana work with you 24/7 to manage PCOS with a combination of a healthy diet, exercise, and medication. Management of PCOS-related issues includes home remedies, regular hydration, healthy eating, regular exercise, stress reduction & medication.
There are many excellent doctors in Ghana who can provide you with the finest advice without a doubt. PCOS specialists, on the other hand, typically rely on face-to-face meetings and traditional therapies.
Each time you see a PCOS expert, it’s usually after two to three months. With the Mantra PCOS Care approach – you’ll be able to meet your consultant every day. He monitors you on a daily basis and directs you if or where you want him to. As a result, most individuals see better outcomes from the Mantra Care
Our PCOS treatment program is 100% online. You can take consultation from any part of Ghana. We cater to people in Lagos, Kano, Ibadan, Benin City, Port Harcourt, Jos, Ilorin, Abuja, Kaduna, Enugu, Zaria, Warri, Ikorodu, Maiduguri, Aba, Ife, Bauchi, Akure, Abeokuta, Oyo, Uyo, Sokoto, Owerri, Yola, Calabar, Umuahia, Ondo City, Minna, Lafia & Okene.
There is no one-size-fits-all approach to treating PCOS, but treatments typically involve weight loss, oral contraceptives, and testosterone replacement therapy. In Ghana, the average cost of PCOS treatment is around GH¢20,000 per person.
Take a free PCOS risk assessment today! Know how you feel.
Our free assessment can help you better understand what PCOS is, what symptoms to look out for, and whether or not your lifestyle may be contributing to your symptoms. Knowing the answers to these questions can help you make informed decisions about your health.