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Question: Hi ,this is swetha actually implanning for pregnancy and suffering with pcos irregular periods
Answer: Hello dear. First things first, please come to terms with the fact that PCOS cannot be cured. Having said that, it is not the end of the world. 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: How to concieve with pcos and late periods
Answer: Hi dear, PCOD is a life style based syndrome.usually women find quite difficult to conceive woth PCOD.they are prone to get diabetes and bp issues too.but with proper diet and lifestyle change you can definitely get pregnant and have easy delivery.include active lifestyle by exercising daily.eat whole grains,complex carbs like brown rice,whole wheat flour,oats,quinoa.protein rich diet would make sure you have slow rise in sugar.lesa salt in diet could help control high bp.consult your doctor before planning for pregnancy....
Question: I have pcos & irregular periods, any solution for that
Answer: Honestly pcod is a lifestyle based syndrome and cannot be cured..the irregularity in periods is mainly due to that only..you can easily manage it throughout your life..yes can become pregnant as well..my friend had it and she conceived within a year of treatment..she made some changes in her diet to totally healthy,no junk food and also started exercising..it is believed to balance hormones..it worked..and stay away from stress..you would conceive too..