PCOS (Polycystic ovary syndrome)

You may have heard females asking, ‘Is there any cure for PCOS?’ The answer is no. There is no cure for PCOS, but you can manage the symptoms by making some lifestyle changes, along with the proper medication by your doctor.

PCOS (Polycystic Ovaries Syndrome) is a condition seen in women that includes infertility, enlarged ovaries, menstrual problems, high levels of male hormones, excess body hair, acne, and obesity.

 The prevalence of PCOS is between 5% and 10% in women between 15 and 44 or during the years when you can have children. Women in their 20s and 30s discovered PCOS when they have difficulties getting pregnant. However, PCOS can occur at any age after puberty.

Causes of PCOS:

PCOS’s exact cause is unknown. Most experts believe that a variety of factors, including genetics, are at work:

  • Androgen levels are high– We know androgens as “male hormones,” although all women produce those androgens in small amounts. Androgens regulate male traits, such as male-pattern baldness. Androgens regulate male traits, such as male-pattern baldness. 

Women with PCOS have higher levels of androgens than other women. Higher androgen level in women can prevent the ovaries from releasing an egg (ovulation) during each menstrual cycle, as well as cause extra hair growth and acne, both of which are symptoms of PCOS.

  • Insulin levels are high– This hormone converts into energy food. Insulin resistance occurs when the body’s cells do not respond to insulin. As a result, your insulin blood levels rise above normal.

Women having PCOS often have insulin resistance, are overweight, have poor eating habits, lack physical activity, and have a family history of diabetes (type 2).

Effects:

We can see its effects as:

  • Menstrual cycle irregularity: Women with PCOS experience missed periods or have fewer periods (fewer than eight in a year). Their periods may occur every 21 days or more frequently. Some PCOS women experience a pause in their menstruation.
  • Excessive hair on the face, chin, or other areas of the body where men have hair. We know this as “hirsutism.” Up to 70% of PCOS women suffer from hirsutism.
  • Face, chest, and upper back acne
  • Scalp thinning or hair loss are symptoms of male-pattern baldness.
  • Gaining weight or having difficulty losing weight
  • Skin tags are small excess flaps of skin in the armpits or neck area.
  • Depression: Hormonal changes and symptoms such as unwanted hair growth can have a negative impact on your emotions. Many people develop depression and anxiety because of this.
  • Multiple small cysts (Fluid-filled sacs or pockets in an ovary or on its surface) on the ovaries. 

Presence of ovarian cysts alone does not make up a diagnosis. Many women with this syndrome don’t have cysts on their ovaries. While others have it.

Therefore, it is very important to consult with your doctor if you notice any of these symptoms,

Medication for every woman will be different, but bringing some lifestyle changes can help you manage your PCOS to a great extent and prevent its complications.

Lifestyle changes:

  • Exercise: Exercise not only aids in weight loss, but may also lower testosterone levels in the blood.
    Most of the females are overweight in this case. Short-term weight loss can help to restore fertility and ovulation, as well as improve insulin resistance.

 According to the researchers, intense exercise has the greatest impact on BMI, fitness, and insulin resistance in women with PCOS.

  • Mind-body workouts: Exercises improve our mental health too. Exercises that engage both your mind and body can be beneficial. Yoga, tai chi, qi gong, and Pilates are examples of these. 

Till now, researchers haven’t identified a specific type of exercise that is best for females with PCOS.

Instead, they claim that many types of exercise can benefit people with PCOS. ‌Regular exercise is the best type of exercise.

Including aerobic exercises like brisk walking, biking, swimming, and other activities can be helpful along with resistance training that increases endurance and muscle strength, such as sit-ups, push-ups, leg squats, and weight lifting.

  • Herbs: Two out of five women with PCOS consume herbal medicine. According to a review of scientific research on herbs and PCOS, data shows that herbal medicine may help regulate ovulation and improve fertility.

A study of 122 women with PCOS, who took herbal medicine along with lifestyle modifications, had better symptoms than those who only made lifestyle changes.

A well-balanced diet and at least 150 minutes of exercise per week are some of the lifestyle changes. Cinnamon and licorice (Mulhatti) roots are among the herbal remedies which you can use.

To understand the effects of herbs, we need more research.

  • A well-balanced diet: Maintaining a healthy weight, maintaining a well-balanced diet, and maintaining good insulin levels can help people with PCOS feel better.
    A PCOS diet should focus on whole grains, fresh produce, and plant-based proteins while limiting sugar, processed foods, and trans fat. 

As I mentioned above, every woman is different, so depending on your overall health need and body type, you need to adjust your diet and consult your health care provider from time to time. 

You can use this general list as a starting point, but you must consult your dietician, as they will help you or may recommend bringing some changes as part of your specific PCOS diet plan.

  1. A low glycaemic index (GI) diet: Foods with low GI level means they do not cause insulin levels to rise as much or as quickly as other foods, such as some carbohydrates. Whole grains, legumes, nuts, seeds, fruits, starchy vegetables, and other unprocessed, low-carbohydrate foods are all part of a low-GI diet.
  1. An anti-inflammatory diet: Anti-inflammatory foods like berries, fatty fish, leafy greens, and extra virgin olive oil may help with inflammation-related symptoms like fatigue.
  1. The DASH diet: Doctors recommend the Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) diet to reduce the risk or impact of heart disease. It may also help with PCOS symptoms. A DASH diet is high in fish, poultry, fruits, vegetables, and whole grains.

We know PCOS can disrupt a woman’s menstrual cycles and make it challenging to conceive, along with other serious health issues. Lifestyle interventions are frequently the first treatments that doctors recommend for PCOS, and they often work amazingly.

So implementing basic lifestyle changes will help you reduce their symptoms and improve your quality of life and make you feel mentally and physically active, fit and stable.

This is enough for today as I don’t want to overwhelm you with tons of information, so I will bring more juicy information next time.

Till then, keep smiling and cheering.

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Shower some love by dropping likes and comments. You can connect with Rani Kumari by clicking on her name.

I will see you next week, Shine!!!

134 Comments Add yours

  1. https://tamarakulish.com/ says:

    Very informative post!

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    1. Hey, thank you so much for commenting.
      .
      Also, what happened to your site?
      Why it’s saying, “it’s no longer available”?
      😱

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      1. Rani kumari says:

        Heyy thank youuu so muchh🌸.
        Hope you learnt something in depth.

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      2. https://tamarakulish.com/ says:

        My pleasure! I don’t know. I will ha e to check on it. Thanks for letting me know.

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      3. I was so scared. Don’t ever stop blogging please.

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      4. Tamara Kulish from https://tamarakulish.com/ says:

        Oh, my, you’ve brought such a big smile to my face! I will do my best to keep going! 😎😎

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      5. This comment went into the spam. Sorry, I just checked.

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      6. You please make sure to check spam. I don’t know what’s happening. I replied to your comment. It disappeared as well

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      7. Tamara Kulish from https://tamarakulish.com/ says:

        I did go to spam, had to approve your comments. WP has been acting wonky lately. When I see blog posts in my Inbox, the like button isn’t always there, just the comments button and vice versa. Sometimes both buttons are gone and I have to click on the see more of this post link. Sometimes that’s not even there. Strange stuff in WP-land!

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      8. Yes, strange. This comment went into the spam. It’s really weird. It’s not a good thing for interaction

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      9. Tamara Kulish from https://tamarakulish.com/ says:

        It’s strange because we’ve had conversations so WP shouldn’t be sending your comments to spam. You’re not on the blocked list or anything. WP has been glitching lately.

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  2. Kirsten says:

    Yikes, I got nervous reading about PCOS, good information though. Just have to keep taking care of ourselves inside and out. 🙂

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    1. Thank you so much for reading (you always read anyway).
      .
      Happy raksha bandhan to you. It’s an Indian festival of brother and sister. Where sister ties a thread on brothers hand. And, brother swear to protect her from everything.
      Good morning from india!!!
      I’m sure, you are the Batman. I mean, it must be late there 😅

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      1. Kirsten says:

        That’s nice! Happy Raksha Bandhan to you too! 🙂 Thank you for sharing that with me. Haha, it’s not too late, almost 8 PM. Although, I wish I had Batman’s gadgets, and car.

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      2. Here it’s 8:40 am, when I write this.
        So we have 12 hr and 30 mins difference.
        If Batman gadgets are given to you ,first thing you need to do is kill tim boy.
        .
        Hey, btw, I’ve recently learnt that you are a hurricane slayer. Sound cool(and scary). I hope you are fine now.

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      3. Kirsten says:

        Haha! Poor Timothy.

        Lol, yes, I used to live in the southeast part of North Carolina and I saw some action out there with the weather. I had to evacuate one year and we drove down to Florida in the middle of the night with the kids in the car. The next year we stayed home during another hurricane. Never prayed so hard in my life, but we woke up the next day so, it worked! 🙂

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      4. You are a hurricane slayer then 🦸🏻‍♀️👈🏻
        I’m glad that you are fine.
        It’s a blessing to able to read your blogs.
        Kindly, never stop writing.

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      5. Kirsten says:

        Thank you, Devang, I won’t! 🙂

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      6. Good night ☺️✨

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    2. Rani kumari says:

      Yeahh that’s truee☺️.
      Thank you for appreciation.

      Liked by 2 people

      1. Kirsten says:

        You’re most welcome! 🙂

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    1. Thank you so much for commenting

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    2. Rani kumari says:

      Thank youu ☺️.
      Happy it helped.

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      1. Dear friend, My comments are going into the spam. Please check

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      2. Okay. I will.

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  3. Nehal Jain says:

    Oooh this was interesting. I didn’t know much about pcos. So thanks for sharing!

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    1. Hey, thank you so much nehal!
      I always smile to see your comment.
      Happy raksha bandhan to you ☺️
      Here’s an Apple 🍎 for you 😛

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      1. Nehal Jain says:

        Aah, that’s nice!
        Same to you!
        😂 Thanks again. Here’s healthy food for you too🍉🍈🍊

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      2. 😱😱
        Rakhi special kuch ni he khane me??

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      3. Nehal Jain says:

        😂 hai to but emojis me nahi h

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      4. 😥
        Do you have a brother??
        You celebrating rakhi??

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      5. Nehal Jain says:

        Yeaaah, a few cousins!
        You?

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      6. Cousins and a sister.
        Although cousins live in different cities. I receive rakhi.
        I also received a rakhi from a fellow blogger.

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      7. Nehal Jain says:

        My cousins live in different cities too.
        Ooh that’s nice!

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    2. Rani kumari says:

      It’s my pleasure ☺️🌸.
      Being a female, i love to bring out this little talked matters.
      + This are much discussed among people,so why not help others through my knowledge and by this article.

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  4. Thank you for talking about this important and little known condition, Rani. Your article was in depth and detailed! I’d like to add a little a bit about an anti-inflammatory diet, since I follow it for a different health condition. I avoid milk products and gluten as well. Thanks.

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    1. Rani kumari says:

      Ohhh, thank you for sharing your thoughts too.
      You said right different health condition requires different medication.

      And thank you for appreciating ☺️. I am happy you learnt about it in depth✨

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    2. Thank you so much for commenting 😃🙏🏼

      Liked by 1 person

  5. Vidah says:

    Great information!!
    Keep writing✍️

    Liked by 1 person

    1. 🍫😀
      Don’t consider this as a thanks from my side. But, thanks from Rani’s side.
      😃

      Liked by 1 person

    2. Rani kumari says:

      Thank you so muchh☺️ .
      And thanks to devang for giving me this wonderful opportunity to talk and share my thoughts on his site.

      I hope it helped you learn something new.

      Liked by 3 people

      1. Vidah says:

        For sure… You are amazing!!

        Liked by 1 person

  6. preetverse says:

    Very sensitive topic, but very important too. Thanks for sharing this informative post.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Rani kumari says:

      Yeahh you are right.
      This problem is common nowadays but people don’t talk about it muchh.
      So thought of sharing this article with you all.

      Hope you got the insights in depth.

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  7. Akshitagupta says:

    Really informative post! I didn’t know about it before.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Awww, thank you for commenting.
      Happy raksha bandhan to you

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      1. Akshitagupta says:

        Same too you brother 🌸✨

        Liked by 2 people

      2. How are you celebrating rakhi sis???

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      3. Akshitagupta says:

        It’s going Amazing.. Right now I’m at my cousins house to celebrate…
        What about you bro?

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      4. Ahhh that’s great actually!!
        Happy for you.
        My rakhi is normal. 🙂

        Liked by 1 person

      5. Akshitagupta says:

        Thanku..
        Why I mean you didn’t went to your cousins house…

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      6. My cousins live in different cities.
        I did received rakhis from them.
        🙂
        I also received rakhi from a fellow blogger 😃
        My visited came here today 😁

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  8. Rani kumari says:

    ☺️☺️glad to hear that 🌸.

    Liked by 1 person

  9. Akshitagupta says:

    Okk yeh I can understand it hard to visit everyone’s place..
    Wow that’s amazing that you really make such a pure bond with your fellow bloggers.

    Liked by 2 people

    1. Actually yeah.
      I have followers from 10 yea of age r to 70 year 😅
      A few of them are connected with me outside wp. 😁

      Liked by 1 person

      1. Akshitagupta says:

        Great! you are lucky that you can actually can meet /Talk to them.

        Liked by 1 person

      2. Haven’t met anyone.
        But I’m actually connected to some blogger.
        It all started due to blog discussion. 😁

        Liked by 1 person

      3. Hey, My Comments on your site are going into the spam 😊, please check

        Liked by 1 person

      4. Akshitagupta says:

        Okk let me check

        Liked by 2 people

      5. Akshitagupta says:

        I think it’s all fine now please check and let me if there is any problem

        Liked by 2 people

      6. I don’t even know which comments I was talking about. Need to go back to your blogs.

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      7. Akshitagupta says:

        Ok no problem. I think I have fixed it

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      8. Actually, you can’t fix it forever. 😛
        Wp will again start doing it randomly.
        Happens a lot. This ruins the experience. Because, I want to comment and show my appreciation towards the content. This ruins everything.
        But, thanks for responding sis. You are very humble.

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      9. Akshitagupta says:

        You are right this is really bad for creator bc may be your readers can think that you are being rude to them and not responding to their comments.
        Thanks to you for telling me this so next time I’ll take care of this and check it on regular basis.. Thanku you are sweet and humble too .

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      10. Actually sis, this happens a lot with me as well. I had your comment on my post, so I thought, I should inform you on my posts. This is also bad for the blogs, as if someone is trying to connect, they couldn’t. If people see comments on your blogs, they will see that this person is responsive to the comments. Then, they will also comment. Atleast, this is what I see in a blog, other than content. I see if the author is responsive, then it’s good to connect with them

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      11. Akshitagupta says:

        Actually ! interaction is really important with your audience to connect with them more. And they would love to comment on your Post’s.
        Thanks for all the advice. 😊

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      12. Blogging is definitely a 2 way street!!
        I came to your blog as you have given your precious time to my blogs.
        Shine ✨

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      13. Akshitagupta says:

        Exactly giving time to appreciates each other’s work is the good way to connect.
        Keep writing amazing blogs ✨

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  10. Pooja G says:

    Really informative post. I know someone who has PCOS and it can be difficult to deal with the symptoms but lifestyle changes do seem to have helped her a lot. If I’m not wrong, PCOS is more prevalent in South Asian women.

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    1. Women go through a lot. 😥
      Oh I didn’t know that about South asian women.
      A great topic to research upon.
      Will research about it and let you know.
      Thank you so much for your relentless kindness Pooja. 🙇🏻‍♂️

      Liked by 1 person

      1. Pooja G says:

        Thanks so much and happy to support your wonderful site 😊

        Liked by 1 person

      2. Hey, I have few questions about Wp. But, I know you write educative blogs as well. Teaching about blogging and wp. I think, it will be pertinent to ask you there.

        Liked by 1 person

      3. Pooja G says:

        Okay no worries and if they are more specific feel free to shoot me an email.

        Liked by 1 person

      4. I have dropped you an email, but that’s something else 😅.
        But, these questions are about WP. You have knowledge and I feel you can guide. Those qs will help others as well (I think) 😊

        Liked by 1 person

      5. Pooja G says:

        Lol sorry about that, will reply as soon as possible. You know I’m always late with such things 😂

        Okay, I look forward to the questions 🙂

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      6. Oh no, please don’t be sorry 🙏🏼.
        I totally understand. Yes, I know you are very busy. It’s very astonishing and a great quality that, despite being busy, you manages everything so well.

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      7. Pooja G says:

        Thanks and I will definitely get to replying soon!

        Liked by 1 person

    2. Rani kumari says:

      Yeahh Pooja you are right , it’s really difficult and i can understand that very well as my friend is PCOS diagnosed,so she shares with me her problems 🙂.

      Yeah it is mostly prevalent in south Asian women’s .

      Thank you so much Pooja for appreciating ☺️🤗.

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      1. Pooja G says:

        I’m sorry your friend is suffering from that too and I thought it was more prevalent in S.Asian women but wasn’t sure. My pleasure ☺️

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  11. upasana says:

    Hey, i think you should replace the term ‘women’ with something more inclusive like ‘people who menstruate’ or ‘people with ovaries’. The reason behind the same is that some women don’t menstruate and some people who menstruate don’t identify as women. I would also suggest making the language more gender neutral, in general, by changing terms like ‘male/masculine traits’ etc

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    1. Hey Upasana, thats a brilliant suggestion.
      I really thank you for that.
      You are very kind enough to actually spend your precious time in educating about this thing. I really appreciate that.
      I will definitely remember that in the future.
      .
      Also, as now we are able to talk, I wanted to tell you that many of my comments are going into the spam.
      I tried to tell you, but that comment went to the spam as well.
      I used to read a lot of your blog.
      And I felt that, if my comments are going into the spam and just a like is visible, kt will seem like as if I’m some random liker.
      I love and appreciate your content. But, I want to interact more.
      Please look into this matter.

      Like

      1. upasana says:

        Hey, i had checked my spam and had read a few of the comments you had made in April. But, i couldn’t respond because it had been slightly late (i had liked the comments, though).
        Thanks for appreciating my work 🙂

        Liked by 1 person

    2. Rani kumari says:

      Thanks for the suggestions ☺️.
      Will surely look into it .

      Liked by 1 person

  12. Qonyike says:

    I’ve never heard of PCOS. This is certainly very educative for me. Thanks for sharing ❤️👌

    Liked by 1 person

    1. I have heard about PCOS, but didn’t know much about it. This blog educated me as well.
      Thank you so much for commenting 🙂

      Like

    2. Rani kumari says:

      Pleasure to hear that🤗🙌

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  13. Thank you, Devang and your friend, Rani, for writing this post. I do know a lot about this subject as this was a condition I had to battle with many years ago. I had all the signs and symptoms that you described. I was on a medication called Metformin – which reduces some of the hormone activity in the body. I also had three large ovarian cysts. I had to have three operations to remove them as they grew so large. Believe it or not, two were the size of an orange, and one was the size of a grapefruit. You can imagine how painful that was – extremely. I had the acne, too, which was horrible as I was then in my 30s and early 40s and felt very embarrassed by this. This article is so interesting and informative. I would have loved to have read this when I was experiencing PCOS, as no one told me about natural and alternative therapies at the time. Now that I’ve had my menopause, I don’t have the condition anymore, thankfully. Thanks to you and Rani for sharing 🌞

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    1. Rani kumari says:

      Gladd to hear that you aren’t suffering from that 🤗.
      I know how tough it becomes when we suffer from all this symptoms as my friend is suffering from this now🥲.
      But bringing this type of changes surely helps.
      I have heard about this medication – Metformin but i didn’t add up here coz as u know every is having different body and one medication might not suit all .
      But thank you so muchhhh for sharing your experience Ellie❤️

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      1. How kind of you to reply, Rani. Thank you for your understanding words. I’m sorry your friend is troubled by this condition. You are quite right about Metformin – it’s a prescription only drug so would only be given under the guidance of a doctor, but as you say, it might not be the right drug for everyone with this condition. I tried to follow the link that Devang shared to connect with you, but link led only to a Linkedin page as opposed to your blog. I’m not on Linkedin so was unable to connect with you. Is it possible for you to send me a link to your blog, please? Many thanks. Ellie x 💖

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    2. Dearest Ellie.
      I’m Sorry for what you have went through. I hope you are at good health now. Women go through a lot.
      I am glad that you like the blog.
      I was really waiting for your comment. Your comment and interaction is very crucial to me. Keep smiling.

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      1. Thanks, Devang. I’m very well now, thank you. I’m sorry it’s taken me a couple of days to read your blog. I’ve had my son and two grandchildren staying with me the last couple of days, so I’ve been super-busy, as you can imagine. It was wonderful to spend time with them, too.

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      2. Please don’t be sorry. This blog only came yesterday. Please don’t be sorry. I hope you had a great time. I will wait for your blog about it, if you have planned it.

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      3. My dear friend Ellie
        Here’s the link to Rani’s FB ->
        https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100071218301059

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      4. Thanks, Devang. Unfortunately, I don’t have a FB account; only one for my family messages and posts. I have invited Rani to my Instagram page, although I’ve explained that it’s a new account with very little on it. Thanks for the link anyway 🌞

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      5. Awww, you are sweet.
        No worries. I’m connected to you through Wp. That’s great for me.
        Keep smiling dear Ellie ☀️🌺✨

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    3. Rani kumari says:

      Heyy ellie❣️
      Actually i don’t have my own blog site ☺️ but we can for sure connect over Facebook and would love to be in touch with you.

      Here’s my Id- Rani kumari

      Cheers,
      Will see you there.
      🥂

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      1. Hi Rani. That is so kind of you, but, unfortunately, I don’t use my blogging FB page anymore. I only have a page for my family messages and posts. It is such a shame as I would have liked to connect with you. I’m on Instagram if that’s any help, although I don’t have a lot on there either. I am hoping to add to my account soon as I haven’t had it very long. You are welcome to send me a friend request on there if that would suit you. My handle on there is Elliest888. Ellie 🌞

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    4. Rani kumari says:

      For sure 😊,
      Will connect to you over instagram.
      Love love 🤗❤️

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  14. I suffer from PCOS myself. Thanks for putting the spotlight on it.

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    1. Ohhhh!!
      I hope things are fine for you.
      Take care.
      Thanks for commenting 🙏🏼

      Like

    2. Rani kumari says:

      Sorry to hear that .
      But you will be fine soon . Be healthy from inside and outside ☺️.

      Take care of yourself ❤️.

      Liked by 1 person

  15. Sahana Kumari R says:

    Incredible ! Loved it! Very informative.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Thank you so much for reading. I really appreciate your precious time. 🙇🏻‍♂️

      Like

    2. Rani kumari says:

      Glad that you loved it di☺️🤗❣️.

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  16. Sohair says:

    Great informative post.. I suffered from this disease some years ago But thank God I recovered within 3 months.. The doctor Gave me the same medicine taken by the people who suffer from diabetes.. At that time I had some obesity also.. She advised me to lose weight..
    Keep giving dear friend Devang 🌷

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    1. Hey thank you Sohair for commenting.
      I really hope you are doing fine now.
      Best wishes to you 🌻
      Thank you for sharing this information 😊

      Liked by 1 person

      1. Sohair says:

        Most welcome dear friend Devang..
        Have a beautiful day 😊🌹

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      2. You too have a peaceful day ☀️
        How’s the weather there?
        Here it is raining, no clear sky. 🙂

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      3. Sohair says:

        The sky here is So clear as the sun is strongly shining…. It is too hot here😢
        But life is good anyway 🤲

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      4. Ahhhh ☀️
        Please take care and enjoy your weekend.
        Waiting for your next blog.

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      5. Sohair says:

        Thanks a lot dear friend Devang..
        You are always So kind.. 🌷

        Liked by 1 person

      6. Learning the kindness from you.
        🌺
        🙂

        Liked by 1 person

      7. Sohair says:

        😊😎🌷

        Liked by 1 person

    2. Rani kumari says:

      Hey sohair ❣️
      Glad to hear that you recovered 😊 and hope you will always be healthy and cheering 😊.

      Thanks for appreciating this article.

      Liked by 1 person

      1. Sohair says:

        Thanks a lot dear Rani.. Keep giving 😊🌹

        Liked by 1 person

    3. Rani kumari says:

      Hey sohair ❣️
      Glad to hear that you recovered 😊 and hope you will always be healthy and cheering 😊.

      I m glad that you liked the article 😊

      Liked by 1 person

      1. Sohair says:

        Thanks a lot for your kind wishes.. Stay blesssed 😍

        Liked by 1 person

  17. Rani kumari says:

    Always ❣️😊.

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  18. Candy🍫 says:

    I didn’t knew much about PCOS but this blog was really informative, I got to know so many things about this important and sensitive topic. Thanks for sharing it with us.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Hey candy 😁
      I really appreciate your comment.
      I hope you are doing well

      Like

    2. Rani kumari says:

      Happy to know that you learnt a lot about this sensitive topic.🤗❣️

      Liked by 1 person

  19. Uwaga says:

    Very very informative, good job 👍🏽

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Rani kumari says:

      Thanks a lot , you found it helpful

      Liked by 1 person

  20. mouthful says:

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  21. Thanks.
    All by myself 🙂

    Like

  22. My daughter had PCOS and you are right about it causing difficulty to conceive. Happily, she did have 3 daughters eventually, after she changed her diet and got a handle on her hormones! I love my granddaughters!

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    1. If the pic in your profile is you. You don’t look like a grandmom. 😅
      So glad to see your comment. Thanks

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      1. Yes, that’s me. Thank you.

        Liked by 1 person

      2. Keep smiling ✨
        I really love the positive energy you are bringing here.

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