Similar Questions with Answers
Question: hi my LMP April 6th...TTC I have pcos...now getting lots of pimples in forehead n nose....
Answer: It is common in PCOS to get pimples.
Avoid junk foods, spicy food and deep fried oily food.
You must visit a skin specialist and mention if the problem is increasing.
Also, you should mention about pregnancy as most of the skin correction creams have hormonal ingredients.
Fusidic acid it similar might work for you.
But you must check with your doctor first.
Moderate your diet and try to resolve these pimples naturally as you already are taking a lot of medications related to pregnancy.
Drink minimum 10-12 glasses of water, sweat a little as in yoga and stretching exercises.
Don't overdo anything moreover relax and keep your stress levels in check.
Hope it helps!
Question: hi ...I have pcos...TTC....travelling affect pregnancy....
Answer: Hello dear As long as there are no identified complications or concerns with your pregnancy, it is generally safe to travel at all times during your pregnancy. The ideal time to travel during pregnancy is the second trimester. In most cases, you are past the morning sickness of the first trimester and several weeks from the third stage of pregnancy when you are more easily fatigued. Well, the golden rule is that since every pregnancy is unique; consult your doctor before making this decision. Only the doctor alone knows how much at risk you and your baby are and what mode of travel during pregnancy will suit you the best.
Question: hi ...I have pcos....my LMP April 6th....today on may 5th I got my period.... when to meet doctor for treatment to conceive....
Answer: Hi dear..
If you want to conceive then after LMP Try to have physical relationship after 7th day daily.. once a day.. if you are going to have doctor's advice then you should consult earlier only.. not after LMP..