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PCOS Treatment in Tanzania
There is currently no cure for polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), a condition that affects around one in ten women. However, there are a number of treatments available that can help to manage the symptoms of PCOS.
One common treatment for PCOS is birth control pills. These pills work by stopping the ovaries from producing too many eggs, which can lead to PCOS. Birth control pills also help to regulate the menstrual cycle and improve fertility.
Another treatment for PCOS is weight loss. If you are overweight or have obesity, your body will tend to produce more androgens, which are hormones that can contribute to PCOS. Weight loss can help to reduce the level of androgens in your body and improve your symptoms of PCOS.
There are a number of other treatments available for PCOS, including lifestyle changes such as diet and exercise, hormone replacement therapy (HRT), and surgery. Treatment options vary depending on the severity of your symptoms and what works best for you. It is important to discuss treatment options with your doctor inTanzania so that you can find the best option for you.
Symptoms of PCOS
How We Treat PCOS?
Having a PCOS-specialised coach in Tanzania 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 Tanzania who can assess your PCOS profile and root cause.
Work with your therapist in Tanzania 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 Tanzania can help you develop.
You’re not alone on this journey. A group of peers & coaches in Tanzania will be with you every step of way in our exclusive community.
Why PCOS Reversal with Mantracare, Tanzania?
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 Tanzania
- Dr. Wanjigi Makoni is a well-known specialist in PCOS treatment in Tanzania. He has helped many women overcome the challenges associated with the condition by providing tailored treatments that include medication, diet, and exercise.
- Dr. Kamal Hossain Mamun is a well-known doctor for treating PCOS and other related conditions. He has authored several books on the topic, and his work has been featured in international journals. He is based in Dhaka, Bangladesh, but he also offers consultations and treatment via telemedicine.
- Dr. Aamir Mehmood Khan is an expert on both endocrinology and infertility treatments, which makes him well-suited to treating women with PCOS and other related conditions. He has published extensively on the topic, including a book called “The Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome.”
Dr. Charles Kariuki is a well-known expert in treating PCOS patients. He has worked extensively on this condition and is known for his innovative treatments. His clinic is located in Dar es Salaam and he is available for consultations.
Dr. Sam Mkandawire is an experienced doctor who specializes in treating women with PCOS and other medical conditions related to reproductive health issues such as irregular periods or infertility. His clinic is located in Zanzibar City and he is available for consultations during regular business hours.
How it works ?
Signup for PCOS program
Fill out a 5-minute online form to describe your PCOS symptoms and treatment goals in Tanzania.
Meet your PCOS care team
We will connect you with specialists in Tanzania 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 Tanzania & the world
Our Patients Are Redefining Success
“I came to MantraCare seeking treatment for PCOS, a hormonal imbalance that was causing me a lot of frustration in my life. I had been trying to manage the symptoms with diet and exercise, but they were still getting worse. After just two months of taking herbal supplements prescribed by Dr. Asha, I began to notice an improvement in my symptoms. My skin cleared up and I was feeling more energetic than I had in years. Additionally, I found that the herbal supplements were helping to regulate my hormones, which allowed me to have a much more regular menstrual cycle and gain control over my own body again. I’m so thankful for the treatment I received from MantraCare, and the care and support given to me by Dr. Asha. She was always available to answer any questions I had, and she worked with me every step of the way to ensure that I got the best possible results from my treatment. I would highly recommend MantraCare for anyone looking for PCOS treatment in Tanzania.“
2 years on MantraCare
Top PCOS Doctors at Mantracare in Tanzania
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 Tanzania 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 Tanzania 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 Tanzania 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 Tanzania. 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.
Tanzania is one of the countries in East Africa where PCOS is more common. Treatment for PCOS in Tanzania can cost anywhere from $100 to $1,000 per month. However, there are also a number of clinics that offer discounted rates for patients with financial hardship. Additionally, some insurance plans may cover part or all of the costs of treatment.
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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.