If you have irregular periods, it may cause problems in natural pregnancy. There is no reason why you should not conceive if you get the correct information .In nature, healthy reproduce. I am sure if I evaluate your case, I can show you the root cause of the problem and how to reverse it.
Good news is that your problem can be totally reversed, not by masking the symptoms but by addressing the root cause of your issue. To know more on this, please read my blogs on www.truhealing.com or practo health feeds. Hope that helps....
Hi, pcod is very common now a days. Dont worry , try for pregnancy. If you have any irregularity in periods, then meet doctor. If you have high BMI (body mass index) then do wt reduction. Be active. Do preconceptional blood tests also. Try on your ovulation days , try for 6 months to one yr , you will get pregnancy. If not meet gynaecologist.
meet gynaecologist first so that these above things she can explain you.
Normally people with this will have anovlation (no egg release), oligomenorrhea (scanty periods) or even amenorrhea (no menstrual period)....you may also experience pimples, weight gain, excessive hair growth on your body,sometimes even depression and mood swings etc...You should decrease carbohydrate intake, take foods made-up of whole grains like whole wheat bread,
Decrease fat intake and increase protein content.
Take high fiber diet, fruits, vegetables but avoid starchy vegetables like potatoes.
Take plenty of water avoid sugar drinks....Consult nearest gynecologists they will do the needful.
Kindly visit a gynaecologist and get yourself treated for PCOS. Has it been more than 1 year of trying to conceive?
You can visit my clinic International Fertility Centre located in New Delhi for further evaluation. My clinic offers varied gynaecological treatments and services to help you have a successful treatment. You can mail your contact details to reach you.
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