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PCOS (Weight loss)

*PCOD*In this condition, a woman's hormones are out of balance, leading to the absence of ovulation, irregular menstrual cycles, difficulty in conceiving, weight gain and acne, PCOD, also known as PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome), diabetes, is also called the cause of diabetes. Many symptoms, if left untreated, can lead to health complications like diabetes, obesity and heart disease. Common Symptoms of PCOD/PCOS-irregular periods. You may notice irregular periods or delayed periods. Difficulty getting pregnant due to irregular and delayed or failed ovulation. The imbalance of hormones in the body prevents it from affecting the menstrual cycle and thus affects your menstruation. Many women are diagnosed with PCOD when they go to the doctor about their unsuccessful attempts to get pregnant. Hair loss or excessive thinning of hair. This symptom is also caused by the increased production of male hormones in the body. Acne on the skin weight gainPCOD is associated with high androgen levels due to excessive inflammation. What are some problems associated with PCOD? Various metabolic syndromes, including high blood pressure, heart disease, and increased cholesterol and blood sugar levels. abortion infertility gestational diabetes sleep apnea diabetes type 2depression and other mental disordersUntreated acne, a sign of some hormonal problemsDiet to treat PCODWhile many lifestyle guidelines have been suggested for women suffering from PCOD, here are some tips to follow a PCOD diet with low fat and carbohydrate content. This will prevent a sudden rise in your blood sugar level and help you keep a check on your weight. Foods that can be included are• Natural and unrefined food, Spinach, kale and other leafy vegetables• Foods that are high in fibreBroccoli and Cauliflowernuts and legumes• Fish rich in omega fatty acids while grains• Dark red fruits such as blackberries, blueberries, cherries and red grapes

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