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What would you recommend for an effective PCOS (polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) diet to prevent the typical symptoms of Bacne, excessive hair, on body, weight and hormonal swings?

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What would you recommend for an effective PCOS (polycysti...
Diet will usually doesn't manage your female hormones but only thing that can be managed in PCOS through diet is you will become insulin resistant and to maintain good sugar levels follow strict diabetic diet to avoid future Diabetes. What medicine are you using to maintain this problem and also let me know are you on hormonal supplements for your problem and try to avoid long term sue of hormones as they will cause over weight and other side effects. Please write back to me in detail if you need any suitable homeo medicine for your problem as there will be no side effects.
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What would you recommend for an effective PCOS (polycysti...
Pcos needs weight reduction, so you shld take food with less fat and take more of salads including vegetables n fruits.
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What would you recommend for an effective PCOS (polycysti...
Hello, In PCOD, you have to try to lose weight. Even 5% loss of weight can be effective. You should avoid oily food, white foods like maida, rice, whit bread etc; and try to maintain a healthy balanced diet. For a more comprehensive diet, you can visit a dietician.
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Hello If diet alone doesn't reduce these you can also take Insulin sensitizing agents to reduce metabolic syndrome Androgen blockers to reduce hirsute features Thank you.
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