Most of the people who are suffering from PCOD/PCOS problems don’t even know what is the cause of it or what serious situation it can lead you into if it has been approached carelessly.
I have seen many people inside my family or friends circle who are telling that my periods come once in 3 months or even after 6 months. This carelessness takes you to a situation where the cure is a bit harder. You might have to take medicine for longer to see the result. So never be late to consult a doctor if you find the following symptoms.
This disease can be controlled easily at the initial stages without taking any medicines. Just need a proper diet and exercise. 70% of our female population is suffering from this lifestyle disease just because of their improper food habits.
Let me tell you what is PCOD/PCOS is, before going to the daily diet and exercise. PCOD/PCOS is a hormonal disease, As per doctors, the main cause of this condition is our changed lifestyle and food habits.
PCOD/PCOS is a cyst or a number of small cysts forms in an ovary, which leads hormonal imbalance besides that it can cause dibetics, infertility, acne, and facial hair, hair loss and overweight,
Cause of PCOD/PCOS Problem
Changing lifestyle and food habits are the main reason as per doctors. But the exact reason is not yet confirmed. The most common symptom is irregular periods. Most of the women who have taken missing periods carelessly diagnosed with PCOD/PCOS when they are trying to get pregnant. This condition can easily be detected by ultrasound scanning, conducting a blood test, and hormonal check-ups.
The main and most common symptom is irregular periods. Other symptoms include:
By doing regular exercise and the right diet can manage these symptoms. (symptoms might be different from person to person).
Diets for PCOD/PCOS patients or PCOD/PCOS cure:
1.Include more vegetables and fruits into your diet.
2.Includes meat like fish and avoid chicken and red meat as much as you can.
3. Avoid milk and other dairy products. Try to avoid sugar, chocolate, icecreams, cakes and foods that include sugar
4.Avoid fast foods and fatty foods completely.
5.Include wheat floor, whole-grains and oats. Avoid white rice.