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Polycystic ovaries
I am unmarried 20 years girl. I have pcod and treat by physician but not completely come out from the disease. My ultrasound report. Ovaries:- No adnexal mass seen. The ovaries on either side are bulky and show multiple tiny folicles long the peripheral storma. Few follicles are seen measuring 10-12 mm in size. Right ovary measures 2.6-3-2.9cm (12.5cc) Left ovary measures 2.4-1.5-3.7cm(7.4cc) My wedding is 2 months away. Need more treatment? Any problem to getting married? Can I get pregnant? Any difficulty to get pregnant? Please tell me.
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Hi good evening Thnxs for your question Don't worry about it U can do marriage.and will get pregnant. Rt now u can consult Gynecologist for further treatment.
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Avoid stress. Do exercise regularly. Consult ayurvedic gynecologist after marriage for preconception detoxification Panchakarma treatment and ayurvedic medicines with modification in diet and lifestyle which will regularise metabolism and hormonal Imbalance and help you to conceive soon. Don't delay your pregnancy for long after marriage. Pcod patients do conceive naturally ; few of them need medical help.
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Hello,you consult the Gynaecologist personally and follow her advice.
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Hi. Dont worry . Pcod is a lifestyle disease and if you modify your lifestyle , you will be fine. Do exercises daily. Eat healthy. Dont take much proteins. Take more protein diet and less carb diet. Pregnancy can happen . Keep your wt in control. Everything will be fine. Pregnancy will happen definately.
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PCOD is not a disease,it's a condition where your hormones balance is disturbed, genetically caused , it will stay with you life long. The underlying cause is the excessive weight. this is usually associated with Obesity, irregular cycles, no periods for few months & later heavy periods with clots & fleshy masses, or spotting on & off , Thyroid abnormality & prolactin problem indirectly. You develop that extra-pad of fat around the mid-segment of body, especially waist, thighs & breast, no fat beyond elbow & knees. Excessive body hair growth, hair fall , dark shade over lower half of face, acne , oily face skin, black skin over back of neck, inner thighs & under surface of breast. May have a family history of Diabetes, especially father or his family. This will not allow ovulation to occur at time & so you cannot get pregnant, till treated. It also increases your chances of early pregnancy abortions. But this has a solution. Your weight has to be Weight(in Kgs)= Height (in cms)-100 eg- If height 160cms, 160-100= 60-65 kg is expected weight. Once you reduce weight to normal range, you won't need any medicine to get periods or to get pregnant & pregnancy will be healthy. To reduce weight - NO FASTING, No junk food/ fast foods/ red meat, reduce snacks in between meals Have low calories food, high proteins Regular exercise, aerobics , yoga, brisk walking try to reduce 2-4 kgs / month. Don't hurry on weight reduction, it will be difficult to maintain. As soon as you reduce atleast 5 kgs , you will see changes. Even if you are in normal weight range , try this schedule, it will help. Don't worry about pregnancy,PCOD always get pregnant once weight is corrected. On stimulation they have twins & triplets!! Rest assured, get married , reduce weight & stay healthy & have as many babies you want. Whenever you put on weight you will have features of PCOD Hope I have clarified your queries All te best
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