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Question: what is diet chart of pcos

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Answer: Dear I too have pcos so no particular diet is required just avoid oily and junk food and cut your sugar intake. Have 1 hour walk regularly. Don't do any dieting rather have proper 3 course meal..
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    ranu patel416 days ago

    thanks mam for your response

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    ranu patel416 days ago

    i have 5 yr completed to marraige bt no pregnancy pls help me give me yr sugestion

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