Pregnancies for women with PCOS are still possible

One of the most serious complications brought about by PCOS is infertility. As there is abnormality in a woman’s monthly period, the chances of ovulation are lesser compared to normal situations. PCOS therefore threatens its victims to riskier and lesser chances of successful pregnancies. Even with all the threats, Infertility caused by PCOS is treatable and can be easily managed through lifestyle changes, such as diet, excercise and losing weight, that can lead towards conception in women with PCOS.

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PCOS Symptoms

Learn about common symptoms of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, including hormone changes, acne, obesity, infertility, and excess hair growth.

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Having an effective PCOS diet plan with right kind of exercise can help you to lose weight easily, develop muscle tone, eliminate acne, and enjoy lots of energy.

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Treatments for PCOS

A handful of medical tests including blood tests, pelvic evaluation, ultrasound medical tests can be carried out by the physician to confirm the diagnosis.

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Managing PCOS

Read the stories shared by others and speak with experts to learn how to manage your condition. Also consult with a physician or health expert for your right treatment.

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  • I was told I had Polycystic ovarian syndrome when I was 26. I always had heavy periods and really bad cramps. I lost alot of weight and I got pregnant when I was 28 had a beautiful baby girl the only thing is 3 yrs later I want another baby but I am 80 lbs bigger I know if I lose the weight I will get pregnant just to much work. I have pcos and I can relate to you all. Stay strong girls. Hang in there.

    Akanksha - Bandra, Mumbai.

  • Well I was diagnosed with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome when I was 21. I got married in May 2016 and my husband and I have been trying to have a baby ever since and no success for over 14 months. I weighed around 200 lost down to 150 and became pregnant 9 months later in June 2017. I am now 5 weeks pregnant and cried when i found out. Thought it was going to take me years. So be patient. It will happen.

    Emma - Fairfax, Virginia.

  • I’ve had irregular periods my entire life. I was officially diagnosed with PCOS when I was 29, shortly after getting married. My OBGYN suggested fertility treatments, meds to induce ovulation, me to my dietician, etc., Fast fwd I’m now 33 and I’ve been feeling weird lately so I took a home pregnancy test and it was positive. I beleive, that my control on the diet and regular workouts really made this happen.

    Katrine - Brooklyn, New York.

  • Hi I’m 35 and was diagnosed with PCOS in Feb 2016 by my fertility endocrinologist. I’m not morbid obese but I was overweight. I started with diet plan and signed up to a gym, exercised 3 times a week and lost 15 pounds in 2-3 months. I thought it would never happen and it did. In May 2017, I had a healthy 8lb 11oz baby girl. My doctor was great she was honest and she kept me encouraged the whole time.

    Harper - Finsbury Park, London.


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