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I'm looking for a good obgyn for my girlfriend. She has a female issue for the last few years and like to see a good Doctor or clinic in Pattaya. We are in the PI right now but over in mid March, for 3 months. She has what is called Ovarian Cyst Syndrome and the PI doctors seem to be lacking in that area. 

 If anyone has a hospital or clinic to visit I would like to hear from you.

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Cue the i'll take a look at her vagina for free jokes. Go

 

Seriously, how many of you clicked on this thread just to make those jokes. Be honest

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The cause of PCOS is not fully understood, but genetics may be a factor. PCOS seems to run in families, so the chance of having it is higher if other women in the family have it.

 

To my knowledge there is no cure for PCOS. However, with proper treatment many of the symptoms can be controlled and possibly even eliminated. With appropriate treatment hirsutism, acne, irregular periods, weight gain, and infertility all can be treated. Although there is no cure, she should seek a good physician to optimize her treatment and prevent progression of symptoms.

 

 

There is a female obgyn in Pattaya Memorial Hospital off Pattaya Klang that you may want to try first without breaking the bank

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The cause of PCOS is not fully understood, but genetics may be a factor. PCOS seems to run in families, so the chance of having it is higher if other women in the family have it.

 

To my knowledge there is no cure for PCOS. However, with proper treatment many of the symptoms can be controlled and possibly even eliminated. With appropriate treatment hirsutism, acne, irregular periods, weight gain, and infertility all can be treated. Although there is no cure, she should seek a good physician to optimize her treatment and prevent progression of symptoms.

 

 

There is a female obgyn in Pattaya Memorial Hospital off Pattaya Klang that you may want to try first without breaking the bank

I know Pattaya Memorial on Klang has a older female doctor and she seems to be a pretty good one. But, that is more of a Russian Hospital and they like gouging when given a chance. Been there done that.  

I know PCOS pretty well and the kid has had a issue with  for 4+years. The PI. Docs to say the least are poorly trained for advance treatments and the meds are pretty much lacking too. Two American OBGYN Doctors living in Angeles both said to get out of Dodge and Thailand Docs can easily start her on some form of treatment. We first would like to shrink the cysts, to a level that her hormones will return to a normal level. If shrinkage process works then we leave it as is.  All we do from that point is monitor her health and watch for any reoccurring cysts. I have more to add to the story but I will it as is.   

Thank you for your input. What you wrote was accurate and to the point. :WinkGrin1: :WinkGrin1:

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Cue the i'll take a look at her vagina for free jokes. Go

 

Seriously, how many of you clicked on this thread just to make those jokes. Be honest

Your post pretty much proves how much of an idiot you really are and how well you fit in with the mainly Chinese mentality. So, when you come to town what color flag do you walk around with?

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Depending on the problems, management of PCOS can include lifestyle modifications, weight reduction, and treatment with hormones or medications. Research has shown that even a five to 10 per cent loss of weight in those who are overweight can restore normal hormone production and help regulate periods and improve fertility.

It is important that a multidisciplinary approach be used to manage and treat PCOS. You will need the help of your local doctor. You may also be referred to specialists, including an endocrinologist (hormone specialist) and a gynaecologist, as well as a dietitian.

If only one or two symptoms of PCOS are treated on a short-term basis, a woman may be left with long-term clinical problems. PCOS is a long-term condition and long-term management is needed.

For all women with PCOS, it is important to relieve symptoms and reduce the risk of diabetes by preventing weight gain through a healthy lifestyle, or by losing weight if you are already overweight.

PCOS treatments include:

  • the oral contraceptive pill – if you are suffering from irregular, heavy periods, the oral contraceptive pill is often prescribed for contraception, to regulate the cycle, reduce hirsutism (excess hair) and acne, and prevent the lining of the womb from thickening excessively
  • medication to block hormones such as testosterone (for example, spironolactone) – these may be used to reduce excess hair growth or scalp hair loss
  • infertility medications – if infertility is a problem, clomiphene citrate (sold as Clomid) or metformin may be taken orally to bring about ovulation (egg production)

Good Luck hope your girl can find a treatment and gets better..

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Your post pretty much proves how much of an idiot you really are and how well you fit in with the mainly Chinese mentality. So, when you come to town what color flag do you walk around with?

How is that Chinese mentality? Pretty standard monger preemptive sarcasm.

 

In Pattaya I don't carry flags with me, kind of an odd thing to do.

 

If you read my post it was more a testament to common jokes on here than me being rude in any way.

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I know Pattaya Memorial on Klang has a older female doctor and she seems to be a pretty good one. But, that is more of a Russian Hospital and they like gouging when given a chance. Been there done that.  

I know PCOS pretty well and the kid has had a issue with  for 4+years. The PI. Docs to say the least are poorly trained for advance treatments and the meds are pretty much lacking too. Two American OBGYN Doctors living in Angeles both said to get out of Dodge and Thailand Docs can easily start her on some form of treatment. We first would like to shrink the cysts, to a level that her hormones will return to a normal level. If shrinkage process works then we leave it as is.  All we do from that point is monitor her health and watch for any reoccurring cysts. I have more to add to the story but I will it as is.   

Thank you for your input. What you wrote was accurate and to the point. :WinkGrin1: :WinkGrin1:

 

lolkalbo, to date I have had need, either for myself or staff to use all the 3 main hospitals in Pattaya. Listed in order of the most expensive; Pattaya Bangkok Hospital, (in a class of its own cost wise and with an openly declared tiered pricing system). Pattaya International, their non nursing staff need a lot of training. Pattaya Memorial.

 

If price is a concern then you might want to try Queen Sirikit Military Hospital Sattahip. There is a two tiered system there, Thai/everybody else but its still bloody cheap and I know a few people that sing its praises.     

 
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Depending on the problems, management of PCOS can include lifestyle modifications, weight reduction, and treatment with hormones or medications. Research has shown that even a five to 10 per cent loss of weight in those who are overweight can restore normal hormone production and help regulate periods and improve fertility.

 

It is important that a multidisciplinary approach be used to manage and treat PCOS. You will need the help of your local doctor. You may also be referred to specialists, including an endocrinologist (hormone specialist) and a gynaecologist, as well as a dietitian.

 

If only one or two symptoms of PCOS are treated on a short-term basis, a woman may be left with long-term clinical problems. PCOS is a long-term condition and long-term management is needed.

 

For all women with PCOS, it is important to relieve symptoms and reduce the risk of diabetes by preventing weight gain through a healthy lifestyle, or by losing weight if you are already overweight.

 

PCOS treatments include:

  • the oral contraceptive pill – if you are suffering from irregular, heavy periods, the oral contraceptive pill is often prescribed for contraception, to regulate the cycle, reduce hirsutism (excess hair) and acne, and prevent the lining of the womb from thickening excessively
  • medication to block hormones such as testosterone (for example, spironolactone) – these may be used to reduce excess hair growth or scalp hair loss
  • infertility medications – if infertility is a problem, clomiphene citrate (sold as Clomid) or metformin may be taken orally to bring about ovulation (egg production)

Good Luck hope your girl can find a treatment and gets better..

Sorry for not getting back, but we were getting things set for the trip. You information is pretty standard but what you gave is more information than we received in the PI. On this trip, we will do some checking around and find a good hospital for treatment. For your information, When she is not on the pill her sugar spikes to 110+ and she then reverts back to taking birth control.  Her weight stays a solid 43.3kg and at 5'2" she is pretty slender.

Thanks for the info and take care.

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Depending on the problems, management of PCOS can include lifestyle modifications, weight reduction, and treatment with hormones or medications. Research has shown that even a five to 10 per cent loss of weight in those who are overweight can restore normal hormone production and help regulate periods and improve fertility.

 

It is important that a multidisciplinary approach be used to manage and treat PCOS. You will need the help of your local doctor. You may also be referred to specialists, including an endocrinologist (hormone specialist) and a gynaecologist, as well as a dietitian.

 

If only one or two symptoms of PCOS are treated on a short-term basis, a woman may be left with long-term clinical problems. PCOS is a long-term condition and long-term management is needed.

 

For all women with PCOS, it is important to relieve symptoms and reduce the risk of diabetes by preventing weight gain through a healthy lifestyle, or by losing weight if you are already overweight.

 

PCOS treatments include:

  • the oral contraceptive pill – if you are suffering from irregular, heavy periods, the oral contraceptive pill is often prescribed for contraception, to regulate the cycle, reduce hirsutism (excess hair) and acne, and prevent the lining of the womb from thickening excessively
  • medication to block hormones such as testosterone (for example, spironolactone) – these may be used to reduce excess hair growth or scalp hair loss
  • infertility medications – if infertility is a problem, clomiphene citrate (sold as Clomid) or metformin may be taken orally to bring about ovulation (egg production)

Good Luck hope your girl can find a treatment and gets better..

AFAIK Metformin is a diabetes medicine.

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 Thank you all for the information and it was very helpful.

We went to Bangkok Pattaya hospital and had the boss go through  some good x rays and blood testing. It was kinda what would be expected, the PI doctors were wrong and made a bad call. The best x-ray systems in A.C. are not as accurate as what you have in Thailand.  The Thai doctor explain that she has a few cycts but not the right size to cause a problem. Also the Doc said she did not have enough cysts too.  After the interview we had the boss checked for a possible high sugar and came out negative. By U.S. standards she came out 78-85.  Very normal.

Thanks again for the info

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