Women's, It's Absolutely OK To Discuss PCOS And PCOD Problems, Bcoz It Is!!

Date: 2018-08-28 18:39:26

By Mansha




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When it comes to female related problems, such topics are still the taboo in our country. People prefer to speak about it in hush-hush tone especially in terms of vaginal hygiene and menstruation. Because of which women ignore to talk about their problems openly which causes greater problems in the future.

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PCOS and PCOD have much in common but slightly they differ from each other. Both can affect the women in various ways.

Polycystic ovarian syndrome or PCOS is a condition where sex hormones of women are not on their exact levels which gives rise to the cysts in the ovaries. While the exact reason for this is not yet been found out by the doctors but according to various studies and experiments, it is shown because of the hereditary and environmental conditions.

The symptoms of PCOS is easy to figure out:

Hair loss on head, drastic change in weight gain, becoming weak on energy levels, major hair growth in various parts of the body like face, back, chest or abdomen, not able to conceive, bad acne, severe pelvic pain during periods which sometimes comes with heavy bleeding, headaches, and insomnia.

Sometimes PCOS can result in high concerns like heart diseases and diabetes if they not get detected at the right time; also sometimes ladies go through major problems like depression and high blood pressure.

On another side, PCOD (polycystic ovarian disease) patients suffer from enlarged ovaries with multiple cysts in their ovaries. Reasons can be due to stress, diet, an unhealthy environment and hormonal imbalance.

Symptoms are kind of same as PCOS like acne, depression, infertility, weight gain or excess hair on various parts.

In both, the cases (PCOS and PCOD) cysts are not cancerous or serious but they create a hormonal misbalance, which can give rise to these symptoms.

They can be treated by work out on regular basis five days a week, healthy diet and looking after the weight on a regular basis because gaining weight is not the good sigh and can cause more pain in the future.

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From various studies, doctor's advice diet dos and don'ts, which woman should follow?

Foods, which should be added to your diet chart:
-High-fiber vegetables like artichokes, broccoli, carrots, spinach, almonds, leaf lettuce etc.
-Lean protein like eggs, beans, peas, chicken, etc.
-Anti-inflammatory foods and spices like all fruits, tomatoes, and kale.
Foods, which should not be there or you should have in a limit on your diet chart:
-High carbohydrates like cakes, pastries, basically, foods, which are prepared from, white flour.
- Snacks and drinks, which have sugar in it.
- Red meat should be totally ignored.
-Fried foods should also be ignored whenever you can. p>

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ONCE A PCOD, ALWAYS A PCOD...

Yes, they can never be fully cured but it can be controlled. So, it's very important to detect it at the right time. After various surveys, it has been clear that this happens to one woman out of 10 at the age of childbearing. Also, now happening to various teenagers too because of the environmental issues and sometimes genetic too.

Girls, there is nothing to be worried about, it can be treated and is easier when it detected at the right time. So, it's very important to go for regular check-ups and be healthy. Men should also know about this because they are too part of our society and us, There is nothing to be ashamed of because it's a part of nature, which is not in our hands. Support your loved ones in their pain no matter if she is your wife, sister, friend or colleague. They just need your support and positive behavior, nothing else.

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TAGS: PCOS and PCOD female problem, menstruation, hygiene, discuss it bravely


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