Pregnancy With Pcod Articles


PCOD Mom shares her pregnancy struggle

12 June, 2015

Priyanka Sheshadri, the PCOD mom, shares her pregnancy struggle and c-section experience with the New Moms Club. I got married 5 years ago…The first year we had planned but the second year my father-in-law got sick. He was bedridden and eventually passed away. We started trying from third year onwards, 6 months passed by and …


PCOD Mom shares her pregnancy experience

11 June, 2015

Harpreet Gujral Mudher, a mom suffering from PCOD, shares her pregnancy experience with the New Moms Club. I had a severe issue of PCOD and I had been to many doctors but all in vain. One of my hubby’s friend suggested us to go to Dr. Archana Dhawan Bajaj. I went to her and discussed all …


Five Foods to Avoid if you Have PCOD/PCOS

17 August, 2016

If you have Polycystic Ovary Disease or Syndrome (PCOD/PCOS), then managing your diet is really important. In this article, we are going to list five foods that must be avoided like the plague. Before that, let’s know what PCOD is. Read: Female Hormones: How do they Effect Mood, Appetite and Libido? What is PCOD? Polycystic …


Here is the answer to post pregnancy weight problem

17 September, 2015

Archana Shah, the founder of “Healthy U” – an online weight loss and lifestyle management program helps answer popular questions by our New Moms Club members. Archana specializes in weight loss with post pregnancy belly, diabetes, thyroid, PCOD and blood pressure. No diet plan works on me anymore! And there is no way I can …


Pregnancy and Emotions – This is what you should know

26 June, 2015

Those pregnant or helping someone through pregnancy would be quite familiar with the emotional changes and mood swings, which are common during this time. Ranging from surprise and excitement over finding out the pregnancy to stress and anxiety over the well being of the growing baby and the changes it will bring in the couple’s …


Pregnancy FAQ

14 February, 2015

What should I do to plan my pregnancy? If you are planning pregnancy, you should consult your gynaecologist first. He/she will ensure that thorough checkups are done to help the couple. What should I do before I get pregnant to ensure healthy pregnancy? Make sure you are perfectly healthy Avoid drinking and smoking Talk to …


Is PCOD Permanently Curable?

27 October, 2014

Polycystic Ovarian Disease, PCOD in short, is a condition within which the ovaries of a female are affected. They develop small cysts or follicles that are filled with fluid. This condition has been becoming increasingly common over the years, the definite cause/s of which is not known. Some doctors, however, are of the opinion that …


PCOD: Infertility & Maternal Issues

11 March, 2014

Polycystic ovary Disease (PCOD) is a health problem in which a woman’s hormones fall out of balance. Women with PCOD deal with the effects of these differing levels of hormones on their appearance, metabolism, and more importantly their menstrual cycle, the ability to conceive and undergo a safe pregnancy. How PCOS affects fertility Ovulation, or …


PCOD & Reproductive Problems

11 March, 2014

Polycystic Ovarian Disease (PCOD) is a condition that is characterized by an imbalance of hormones, especially the female sex hormones. These include the following: Changes in levels of oestrogen and progesterone, the female hormones that aid the release of eggs from ovaries. Raised levels of testosterone (androgen), a male hormone present in small amounts in …


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 …


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, …


Top 5 Gynecological Problems Women Face

6 October, 2016

Gynecological problems are common from the starting of the menstrual cycles. Be it irregular cycles, heavy bleeding or spotting, girls face these problems from a very young age. Rightly said by Dr Preeti Rastogi, Over time, women learn to listen to their bodies, adopt their lifestyle according to what’s best for their health and manage their …


PCOS: What it does to a woman’s body

11 March, 2014

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) was termed after the visible change that the disorder brings in the ovaries of women affected by it, i.e. ovaries look like cysts. PCOS actually brings about a host of metabolic and endocrine changes in the body, essentially resulting from how it changes the body’s response to certain hormones. Though the …


Uterine Fibroids – Treatment & Complications

30 November, 2013

About Uterine Fibroids Fibroid Uterus or Uterine Fibroids are very common with women and most of the times they are too small to cause any problems. These are round or semi-round shaped benign tumors found in the uterus, made of the same smooth fibers as the myometrium or uterine wall. Though, at times they are comparatively …

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