PCOS cannot be cured but you can handle it and control it to great extend with clean eating and exercise.
I had pcod and conceived naturally. A good diet and exercise would help you. Consult a nutritionist does help.
Exercise or yoga helps; also cut down on sugar, refined and processed food, alcohol and caffeine.
My doc prescribed diet changes and exercise. So I exercise for 25 to 30 minutes 6 days a week. I cut down majorly on all carbs, upped my protein, veggie and fruit intake. Also have cut way back on dairy. My energy had come back tremendously,but even starting with brisk walking everyday will benefit your energy levels.
Eat green raw veggies as salad, fruits which are less sweet (avoid mango, banana, grapes etc) avoid processed food, maida, ( bhaturas, pizza, burger, Chinese) white rice, airated drinks, sugar should be avoided as much as you can focus more on organic food of you are non vegetarian than try having organic as hormones in Chicken can add on to the trouble and most importantly brisk walk everyday for at least 45 min to 1 hour.
All the best!
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