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Question: I have been married from last 5 years, and trying to conceive from last 4 years still had no luck.. i am diagnosed with pcos... Could you please let me know the diet plan to overcome harmonal imbalance factor??
Answer: Hello dear. You can can lead a perfectly normal life. PCOS is a hormonal disorder and hormones are mostly affected by stress and poor diet. Indulge in activities that interest you - reading, writing, drawing, play a sport. The reason I’m hammering on focusing on activities that interest you is because most women who suffer from PCOS (myself included) spend endless hours stressing about the syndrome. Stressing about it is not going to make it go away. So quit doing it. A friend of mine tried all 3 forms of medicine, I personally suggested her Herbalism. Ayurveda isnt widely available, Allopathy has long term repercussions (Metaformin leads to liver disease. Atleast it says so on the paper that accompanies the med - yep the one that most of us don’t read). Homeopathy is just too slow - she tried it for 1.5 year and missed a couple of periods during the course. I told her to follow Herbs as our bodies are better suited for it. Our bodies have an amazing ability to heal themselves if we provide them with the right nutrition. And what better way than to resort to nature to heal us. Couple of things I’d suggested her which i studied online:- Give herbs and vitamins a go. Vitex, Raspberry leaf, Vitamin D are proven to help with PCOS. Reduce your carb intake. Don’t eliminate it as it will affect your energy levels. If you cant do without carbs you can switch to healthier options like brown rice, sweet potatoes. Occasionally, you can indulge in white rice and bread. (Nobody aint perfect ;)) Reduce your sugar intake. Sugar is addictive - some studies show its composition closely resembles cocaine and hence we get so addicted to it. You fix ur cravings with dark chocolate. Also, check if you’re vitamin deficient in B complex or Glutamine. Exercise for 30 minutes daily - walk, skip, jump, dance, take your dog for a walk. Do something that makes you happy. Hope it helps.
Question: I got married 4 years back but I have still I have not pregnant
Answer: Hello dear. The best way to increase your odds of getting pregnant quickly is to make sure that you are having sex at the right time in your cycle. If you have regular cycles, you will ovulate around two weeks before your period. This means your fertile window will be the seven days before your expected ovulation. So if ur period starts 1st July then ur ovulation days would start on 14th July and u should have sex between 8th July and 14th July to getbthe best results. Pay attention to your diet. For both men and women, food and fertility are linked. Stick to a balanced diet to boost your chances of a healthy baby. Eat several servings of fruit, vegetables, whole grains, and calcium-rich foods such as yogurt, cheese, and milk every day. Hope it helps.
Question: 2 months back i have married but when will you conceive I'm waiting for the conciev
Answer: You're most likely to get pregnant if you have sex within a day or so of ovulation (releasing an egg from the ovary). This is usually about 14 days after the first day of your last period, if your cycle is around 28 days long. An egg lives for about 12-24 hours after being released. For pregnancy to happen, the egg must be fertilised by a sperm within this time. Sperm can live for up to 7 days inside a woman's body. So if you've had sex in the days before ovulation, the sperm will have had time to travel up the fallopian tubes to "wait" for the egg to be released. Have frequent sex If you want to get pregnant, having sex every 2 to 3 days throughout the month will give you the best chance. You don't need to time having sex only around ovulation