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Poly Ovarian Cyst Disease

Hey. I am 17 years old. And I have an irregular period problem. When I check my USG report there was notified that I have a PCOD (poly cystic ovarian disease) and also two bulky ovary. Is it cure able disease? And in future should I face problem in conceive or pregnancy?

Hey. I am 17 years old. And I have an irregular period problem. When I check my USG report there was notified that I ...
It’s treatable disease. Take homeopathic medicines. They r good without any side effect. PCOD/PCOS is a common hormonal disorder in women which can lead to weight gain and irregular periods. While most women depend on pills to deal with it, these simple changes in your lifestyle will help you deal with the condition in a better way. 1. Nutritional approach: Deficiency of micronutrients contributes to insulin insensitivity and compromise ovarian function. So, •Completely stay away from processed/ refined cereals (which have a high glycemic index or GI). Switch to wheat, rice, jowar, ragi, barley (which have low GI) and enjoy your roti, parantha, pulao, biryani, dosa, poha, upma etc. •Eat an adequate amount of lean proteins like dal, milk, eggs, fish, yogurt, cheese, paneer, lassi, sprouted legumes. •Include good sources of omega-3 and omega-6 present in nuts, seeds, ghee, olives, coconut etc. Our body needs essential fatty acids for absorption of fat soluble vitamins like A, D, and E. •Alpha-lipoic acid improves glucose uptake in cells, promotes weight loss and improves the health of ovaries. It is found in flaxseeds, walnuts, spinach, broccoli, peas, Brussels sprouts etc. •Micronutrients like selenium, zinc, chromium, magnesium, niacin, and riboflavin improve sugar control and promote hormonal balance. These can be obtained from a variety of whole grains, nuts, green leaves, fresh fruits and veggies, egg, seafood etc. •Vitamin B12 is essential to support the function of ovaries. So include dairy (especially curd, paneer), eggs, seafood, and sprouted/fermented items. •Calcium in abundant supply helps to overcome premenstrual cramps. •Include supplements of above-mentioned nutrients as diet may not provide enough because their requirement is above normal. •Most importantly, eat local, seasonal, freshly prepared food items, stay away from food items that have long ingredient lists as they are 'processed' and have a number of additives (preservatives, artificial colors, flavor enhancers et al). 2. Exercise strategies: Regular workouts are non-negotiable. They are essential to burn off fat stores for hormonal balance and regular ovulation. A minimum of 150 minutes a week is recommended. Divide your time between strength training, cardio exercises and yoga for optimal results. Just like a diet, your exercise must be balanced too. 3. Sleep: Adequate sleep is non-negotiable too. Sleeping at a more or less fixed time every day and for an adequate number of hours is a prerequisite to keep hormones in sync. 4. De-stress yourself: Love yourself more than anyone else, prioritize your health, learn to say no, take time out to exercise and relax. Pursue your favorite activities, learn a new skill, and never ignore your body signals. So, it's certainly possible to wean yourself off the pill and restore hormonal balance by implementing and adopting permanent lifestyle modifications. Homeopathy has very encouraging results. Consult online with details.
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I missed my periods from last 80 days now I checked it out with ultrasound that there is cysts in my right ovary. Is there any major problem like pregnancy etc or it is normal during cysts.

I missed my periods from last 80 days now I checked it out with ultrasound that there is cysts in my right ovary. Is ...
In poly cystic ovarian disease, periods r irregular.medications r given to regularize the periods. Exercise daily. Reduce weight if overweight
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Hi, We are a married couple for about two and a half years. In general my wife's period is quite regular, however, this month she did bleed in her normal time course and about a week late as of now. She is not feeling any kind of issues and feeling good as normal. She is 30, weight 80 kg, height 5f5 inch. We always perform safe sex and never intercourse without proper protection. Over the past couple of years, this delay in her period happened once. Is this some situation that we should worry about or this is something normal? Other than this she is completely fine, healthy and joyful.

Hi, We are a married couple for about two and a half years. In general my wife's period is quite regular, however, th...
Hi No, there is nothing to worry as the delay in her menses has occurred just once. Such menstrual cycle delay that occurs for once in an year is normal. It can be caused due to mental stress, hormonal disturbances, physical or mental exertion, any major change in routine or/and nutritional deficiencies. The weight of the subject seems higher than the appropriate weight as per her height. I would suggest her to lose some weight by having a regular adequate balanced diet less in fat and oils. She must follow regular exercise be it daily walk for 40 minutes or yoga. By this, she can avoid many other complications in menses and otherwise. Tc.
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My Right ovary measures 36*17 mm Left Ovary measures 34*19 mm Both Ovaries show multiple (>10) small peripheral follicles (4-5 mm) Both ovarian stroma shows increased echotexture.

My Right ovary measures 36*17 mm
Left Ovary measures 34*19 mm
Both Ovaries show multiple (>10) small peripheral folli...
You are diagnosed with polycystic ovarian syndrome. Consult gynae for further evaluation as you vl require hormonal blood test and life style changes.
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I have pcos plm. So I can not have a child past 3 years. My doctor advised me reduce your body weight. But I'm 58 kg. Any issues for my weight.

I have pcos plm. So I can not have a child past 3 years. My doctor advised me reduce your body weight. But I'm 58 kg....
Rather than weight reduction, you may need proper nourishment with diet, tonics and oil therapies. Weight is always not an issue with PCOS. So, it is necessary to look for background causes for your PCOS. You can personally consult me. Have a nice day.
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Hi. I am a 28 year old female. My question is about my menstrual cycles. I started menstruating at age of 12 or 13. And my cycles have been regular since (vary from 28 to 30 day cycle). And it didn't use to be as painful as it is now. I used to feel weakness and fatigue and an obvious discomfort but that's it. Now, for past 3-4 years, I experience serious back-ache, stomach cramps and pain in legs. Also, Extreme weakness in body. It hinders my from doing even the most basic work during first three days. Should I be worried? And, what is the cause of this sudden change in pain pattern of periods? Can I do something so it doesn't pain that much every time rather than pain killers or temporary home remedies Note: I am not sexually active amd periods have been regular (varying from 28-30 days each month) Also, sometimes flow of blood decreases compared to previous cycles but I try to regulate it with maintain a proper diet and also taking ajwain (that helps).

Hi. I am a 28 year old female. My question is about my menstrual cycles. I started menstruating at age of 12 or 13. A...
Kindly get an ultrasound done. It may be a case of fibroids or PID (pelvic inflammatory disorder) or PCOD (Poly cystic ovarian Disorder ). These diseases are very common nowadays.In case nothing comes up in the report. Thank God. And Take Magnesia Phos 6x (Homeopathic) 2 tabs in 1/4th cup hot water thrice daily premeals, during the periods. N.B. Don't consume ajwain daily. It becomes habitual and disrupts the natural functioning of intestines if consumed for a long time everyday. Rather start using honey, twospoonfuls in 1/2 cup Normal water everymorning empty stomach.
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