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Complete PCOS Treatment for Lifelong results

The best companion on your PCOS treatment journey is Mantra Care. We give you a complete holistic approach to PCOS care, including nutritionists, gynaecologists, fitness professionals, and skin doctors in Nigeria who assist you with all aspects of the condition.

Dedicated PCOS Coaching

For all-around treatment and one-on-one coaching, our members in Nigeria are paired with PCOS specialists, nutritionists, skin experts, and health coaches. For optimal results, you will get specialized attention.

Continuous Remote Medical Care

For our clients in Nigeria, consultation and treatment are entirely virtual – no waiting rooms, just on-demand care via chat or video consultation.

Personalized PCOS treatment

We design a personalized PCOS treatment plan that includes diet plans, workouts, and lifestyle modifications based on a thorough examination of the patient’s medical history and other relevant data concerning PCOS.

PCOS Treatment

Nigeria’s Best PCOS Specialist In Your Pocket

On a near-real time basis, our doctors and health experts can be accessed via a simple mobile app in all parts of Nigeria. Expert PCOS treatment is possible for all of our patients thanks to AI, Technology, and health monitoring.


How It Works

Signup for PCOS program

Fill out a 5-minute online form to describe your PCOS symptoms and treatment goals in Nigeria.

Meet your PCOS care team

We will connect you with PCOS specialists in Nigeria who include nutritionists, gynecologists, and fitness professionals who are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to assist you.

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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 at the end of the week

Meet the best PCOS specialist in Nigeria

In Nigeria, our doctors/experts at MantraCare use a healthy diet, exercise, and medication to help you manage your PCOS symptoms. Our PCOS consultation procedure is more traditional in-person experience in lots of ways.


Dedicated health coach

A message away is all it takes to get help and answers from the best doctors in Nigeria for PCOS-related queries.

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Continuous medical supervision

The PCOS treatment team in Nigeria tracks your progress via the app on a regular basis.

Patient community

Patient community

For support from others who have PCOS, there is a private, opt-in community. Get encouragement from other Nigerians.

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Holistic PCOS treatment

Nutritionist advise on pregnancy and infertility, weight gain, acne, hair loss, mood swings, and irregular periods.


10,000+ Happy PCOS patients from Nigeria & the world

Our Patients Are Redefining Success


“I am a food blogger in Nigeria. After knowing that I have PCOS, one of the executives at Mantra Care told me that I have to leave my blog to optimize my diet. They kept on guiding me about the diet and the exercises that I need to recover. Choosing Mantra care for my PCOS recovery was one of the best decisions that I could ever take.”

Nathalie, 2 years on MantraCare

A Comprehensive Guide on PCOS

PCOS, or Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, is the name for this disease. It’s one of the most prevalent endocrine diseases in women in Nigeria that causes a slew of issues including pregnancy/infertility, weight gain, acne, hair loss, mood swings, and disrupted cycles.

If there are any early symptoms in a woman with PCOS from Nigeria, she should visit a gynecologist, endocrinologists, and primary care providers as soon as feasible. Treatment is easier if the condition is discovered early on.


PCOS Symptoms

It is relatively easy to detect the early symptoms of PCOS. The most common symptoms are visible in the reproductive age of women:

Irregular Periods
Irregular Periods
Difficulties in conceiving or even infertility
Difficulties in conceiving or even infertility
Excessive hair growth
Excessive hair growth
Sudden weight gain
Sudden weight gain
Formation of ovarian cyst
Formation of ovarian cyst
Low sex drive
Low sex drive
Insulin resistance
Insulin resistance
Mood Changes
Mood Changes

PCOS Causes

There is no research in medical science in Nigeria that claim the exact causes of PCOS. Yet, after studying a lot of cases in-depth, some have been listed under the possible causes of PCOS.

  • Excess insulin
  • Low-grade inflammation
  • Heredity
  • Cysts In Ovaries
  • Excess Androgen

Diagnosis of PCOS

There are no tests defined as such to diagnose PCOS.  Therefore, it is difficult to diagnose it in the early stages. Yet if you visit a doctor in Nigeria, he will start the treatment with a few tests:

  • Pelvic Examination; in which the doctor manually tests the disturbance in the vaginal Tract.
  • Physical Examination; in which he studies the medical history and symptoms.
  • Blood Tests; in which the hormonal disbalances are recorded in the test reports.
  • Vaginal Ultrasound; in which he picturizes everything by inserting a tool inside the vagina and studying the results.

Treatment of PCOS

The treatment of PCOS is highly diversified depending upon the individual concerns and areas of symptoms. Yet there are some common things that every patient  in Nigeria must follow to increase the probability of getting better:

Lifestyle Changes

Your consultant or doctor may tell you to shift to a low-calorie diet in combination with some physical exercises. Keeping your body in function can actually help your medications work more efficiently.


To help with your menstrual cycle, your doctor or consultant may tell you to take:

  • Birth control pills :  Combination of birth control pills to regulate estrogen level and decrease androgen production in the body.
  • Progestin therapy : to regulate your periods and protect you from endometrial cancer. 
  • Clomiphene: to maintain estrogen levels and help you ovulate.
  • Metformin :  to improve insulin resistance.
  • Spironolactone (Aldactone), to block the effects of androgen on the skin.
  • Eflornithine (Vaniqa): to slow down the growth of facial hair in women.


It is another effective treatment in which the specialists insert a needle into each hair follicle. A pulse of electric current is used to damage and eventually destroy the follicle to prevent further hair growth. You might need multiple sittings.

PCOS Home Remedies

It is very important for PCOS patients in Nigeria to maintain their health even after they complete their medicinal course. Some home remedies to prevent any further loss are as follows. 

Regulate your body weight

Regulate your body weight

Always pair your medicines with some physical exercise to enhance their efficiency.

Limit the carb intake

Limit the carb intake

You need to avoid food items like white rice, excess potato, carrots, wheat flour, etc.

Be active

Be active

You need to be very particular about your sugar levels, physical workout, and menstrual well-being even if you are getting back to normal.

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 Nigeria are High levels of male hormones, genes, and insulin resistance.

The four distinctive types of PCOS are:

  • Insulin resistant PCOS
  • Post-pill PCOS
  • Adrenal PCOS
  • Inflammatory PCOS

PCOS can develop variously serious issues like infertility, uterus/ breast cancer, anxiety, depression, excessive hair growth, and issues with the bodyweight of the patient.

PCOS can affect us physically and emotionally. It can make us want to live all alone, without taking any interest in the activities that we enjoyed once. PCOS affects daily life of 1 in every 10 women in Nigeria

Yes, there have been types of evidence where PCOS stays even after pregnancy, Yet, the symptoms and severity may vary depending upon the individual case.

The list of food items that should be avoided in PCOS are:

  • Carbohydrates: Pasteries/white bread/white rice
  • Fried fast food items 
  • Sugary beverages, like sodas, and energy drinks
  • Processed meats

MantraCare can connect you to a  PCOS specialist Nigeria for help. 

No. PCOS is not painful at all. Still, if you are facing some pain in your pelvic region, there can be other reasons for the same. MantraCare can connect you to a  gynecologist in Nigeria for help. 

MantraCare manages your PCOS through a combination of mobile app interventions, health coach sessions, doctor consultations & medications. Our health coaches in Nigeria 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 Nigeria 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

We provide several services for free, including app-based monitoring and a health blog. Other parts of our service, such as PCOS consultations, expert chats, and PCOS drug purchases, are offered at a reasonable price. We offer one of the most cost-effective solutions in Nigeria to deal with PCOS issues.

Our PCOS treatment program is 100% online. You can take consultation from any part of Nigeria. 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.

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