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August 28, 2013 by Minisha 56 Comments POLY CYSTIC OVARIAN SYDROME (PCOS) is a very complex endocrine disorder, commonly seen in women of age group of 12-45 yrs.
Ovaries in an ultrasound may look enlarged and contain many “small cysts” located on the outer edge of each ovary.
In most cases, getting the conclusive diagnosis of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome comes from the appearance of your ovaries in an ultrasound done by a doctor. Mostly females suffering from hypothyroidism have many symptoms in common with PCOS, such as “anovulation” i.e. Specific types of contraceptive or drugs such as clomid and metformin may be prescribed by doctor, to help regulate the menstrual cycle and improve hair growth.


This is for all beautiful women who are reading this and wish to conceive but facing conceiving problems. Consume vitamin C-rich food by eating plenty of fruits like orange, lemon, sweet lime, grape fruit, and grapes. Eat foods that are high in fiber as they will also cause a slower, more controlled rise in blood sugar and insulin levels. Incorporate legumes and vegetables in your diet as they’re high in fiber and nutrients and will manage your sugar levels. Combine protein and carbohydrates as protein helps to regulate the blood sugar spike caused by the carbs. Eat small, healthy meals more frequently to manage cravings and hunger pangs and NEVER miss breakfast!
People often say that PCOS is only a problem to worry about when a woman wants to get pregnant. While browsing the internet regarding pcos ,I read at a couple of posts that diary products should be completed avoided in PCOS.Milk and curd is something which we consume almost on daily basis ,do you think I should stop consuming dairy products .What is your opinion ?
Hi soya is not allowed as it increases estrogen hormone in women that is already high in pcos women..
Idli have less calories ???????? n its fermented form so u can eat n replace maslaa dosa with onion dosa or palak dosa n with less oil..


I also agree to receive periodic emails with offers and promotional marketing messages from Closer Weekly. But mostly it is a genetic disorder or seen in families where members are suffering from diabetes, high cholesterol and obesity. Some propose this is the cause of PCOS if anovulation is long term with its related low progesterone.
There’s also medication to increase ovulation which is to be taken under gynecologist guidance.
The hormones that r high in us estrogen is that one male hormone i guess male hormone it is that increases facial hair n can even thicken our voice like manly tone in extreme cases so we shud avoid soyabean n soya milk also i guess.. In my experience one in every three females I meet is either suffering from PCOS or a thyroid disorder- (hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism). Folic acid is often advised by gynecologists to women who are planning to conceive or who are pregnant.



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