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PCOS lifestyle changes

11 March, 2014

 Adopt healthy eating habits – A diet low in carbohydrates (and refined sugars) and rich in fibres can help regulate sugar levels in the body. Managing glucose and insulin levels in body can help reverse PCOD symptoms. Exercise daily – A 30-minute moderate physical activity is important for women with PCOD. Exercise will boost metabolism, …


PCOS: What Happens Next?

11 March, 2014

Diagnosis and treatment Diagnosing PCOS is mainly done by the principle of exclusion or considering all signs and symptoms and ruling out other likely disorders. There’s no specific test that can provide definite diagnosis of PCOS. Women must consult a doctor if they observe PCOS-like symptoms like irregular periods, excess hair growth on face and …


Everything You Need to Know About Gestational Diabetes

6 July, 2016

Gestational diabetes is a common occurrence in many pregnant women, especially around 24th week. It may not necessarily mean that you’ll have to suffer from diabetes throughout the rest of your life or your baby may be born with diabetes. However, it is important to keep blood glucose levels under control so both you and …



18 May, 2015

PCOD FAQ: What is PCOD? PCOD is an endocrine disorder among women that is one of the common causes of sub fertility in them. What are signs and symptoms of PCOD? Absence of menstrual cycle for a long period of time Difficulty in getting pregnant because of absence of ovulation Pelvic pain Obesity Hair growth …


Role of Hormones in Infertility

13 March, 2015

Ever wondered how the body releases an egg every month or how the uterus wall thickens and thins at different times of the month? It is the work of the body’s chemical messengers – hormones, which regulate the various processes involved in preparing the body for fertilization. Hormones and fertility A delicate balance of various …


PCOD: Does Meditation Help?

25 September, 2014

What is PCOD? PCOD is short for Polycystic Ovary Disease. It is a condition that affects women of reproductive age and has been becoming increasingly common. PCOD is believed to be genetic in nature, its definite cause however, is unknown. Some doctors are of the belief that a hectic lifestyle and the contemporary style of living …


Credihealth PCOD Awareness Drive: Ms. Karishma Mehra- Patient Experience

7 April, 2014

<p>Ms. Karishma Mehra talks &amp; shares her experiences about Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), diagnosis of PCOD, symptoms and how she dealt with it. Read the detailed expert views, experience of people with and without PCOD and the stigmas arou...


Why do I have PCOD?

8 March, 2014

Polycystic ovarian Disease (PCOD) is considered to be the most common endocrine disorder in women of reproductive age. The earliest reports of the disorder in 1935 by Stein & Levanthal described PCOD as a cystic disease of the ovaries. Today, it encompasses a broad set of endocrine and metabolic disturbances though it is characterized by …

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