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Question: What precaution can i take in pregnancy, when suffering from pcod please suggest me

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Answer: Dear, it's common fr many woman's, Many women with pcod are able to concieve, carry, and deliver normally.. Advances in treatments for pcod have greatly improved the chances for a woman to conceive.. hope fr best n u vl definitely concieve..  Best Foods to Eat Fr pcod Organic foods. Green leafy vegetables. Carrots, radishes, broccoli, fishes, Food high in iron (such as grass-fed beef and legumes) Flaxseeds.(1 poon f flax seeds pwdr in butter milk) Whole grains. Glass f butter milk vt pinch f tumreic pwdr Avoid these food egg yolks. Red meet, chocolate, chicken, fast foods, milk, cheese, and dairy products. fatty fish such as salmon, tuna, and mackerel. T.c dear
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    Puja K90 days ago

    Thanks for suggestions

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