When you apply for Life Insurance, PCOS can be accepted at standard rates if you have no other significant medical declarations and the condition is well controlled. PCOS Life Insurance applications will enquire as to whether you have had a glucose tolerance test or not, and if you have shown any shown any glucose intolerance.
In instances where BMI is high or glucose levels indicate borderline or type 2 diabetes premiums will be subject to a loading.
Critical Illness Cover for people with PCOS is treat very similarly to Life Insurance, with standard terms possible for those who have no other medical disclosures to make. If there is presence of glucose intolerance or a high BMI then cover may be loaded or not available. Some insurance companies will also ask if you take metformin to control the condition.
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Possible Effects on Lifestyle
Some potential problems experienced by individuals who have polycystic ovary syndome include:
Low self esteem
Hair loss (alopecia)
Medications and Treatments
IUS (Intrauterine system)
Laparoscopic ovarian drilling (LOD)
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Polycystic ovary syndrome is diagnosed when a woman has at least two of the following conditions: polycystic ovaries, elevated levels of testosterone and have little to no ovulation. Polycystic ovaries are often larger than average and contain cysts that are unable to regularly release eggs during the menstrual cycle, if at all. PCOS is linked to resistance to insulin, hormone imbalance and a genetic predisposition to the condition.
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