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i do have polycystic ovarian disease

A: Here is a site about it Polycystic ovarian disease PCOD : Polycystic Ovary Syndrome PCOS Symptoms) here is a diet plan for it Indiwo.com > For the Indian woman > Fight PCOD with Food! > Gynaec Try this...SoulCysters.com: Polycystic ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) Treatment & Resources It''s not a disease and it can be managed. I''ve had it for about 30 years or so. I have a lot of information at my site and I also have more at my livejournal where I post the articles I have written. Angi Ingalls PCOS in ConnecTion PCOS In CT Journal...
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2 months ago i was diagnosed with polyscystic ovarian disease, so my doctor decided to put me on birth control pills fortreatment. my partner and i had been having unprotected sex and a week ago he discharged in me, this was around the timethe pack was

A: Hello, you can get urine pregnancy test done 5-7 days after missed periods to confirm pregnancy. Periods canget bit delayed normally. I don?t think it is implantation bleeding because implantation happens on averageabout 9 days after ovulation/fertilization that is before expected date of periods. You can wait and watch orconsult your gynecologist. Take care....


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Will I Ever Stop Having Vaginal Bleeding? What Causes A Women That Has Polycystic ovarian disease To Have Abnormal Vaginal Bleeding If She Isn''t Having Sex?

A: Prolong vaginal bleeding can be due to hormonal imbalance, polyps, fibroid, tumors and cancer of uterus, absence of ovulation, abnormal thyroid function, abnormal pituitary function, hormonal birth control methods, stress, pelvic inflammatory diseases etc. ovarian cysts are sacs which are filled with fluid. These cysts are present in the ovary. Exact etiology of ovarian cysts is not known. Symptoms of ovarian cyst are Abdominal pain, cycle irregularities, absence of periods, oligomenorrhea, weight gain, diabetes, acne, male like hair growth on legs, thighs, lower abdomen, and face, acne and infertility. ovarian cysts can be treated by using birth control pills and...
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I Have Polycystic ovarian disease And Have Stop Bleeding Since March. What Is Causing The Bleeding To Last More Than Seven Days?

A: ovarian cysts are sacs which are filled with fluid. These cysts are present in the ovary. Exact etiology of ovarian cysts is not known. Symptoms of ovarian cyst are Abdominal pain, cycle irregularities, absence of periods, oligomenorrhea, weight gain, diabetes, acne, male like hair growth on legs, thighs, lower abdomen, and face, acne and infertility. ovarian cysts can be treated by using birth control pills and laparoscopic diathermy.You should visit a doctor for complete gynecological examination and investigations which include ultrasound and different blood tests for proper diagnosis and treatment....
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Polycystic ovarian disease?

A: If you have polycystic ovarian syndrome, this can cause fertility problems but having an ovarian cyst is NOT the same as having PCOS - they are 2 very distinct conditions. Talk to your health professional again to chech which you have. Having PCOS does make it more difficult to conceive, but not impossible. There are lots of cases of women diagnosed with PCOS who do go on to have children, so do not despair. The really frustrating thing about PCOS is that there is no effective conventional treatment - birth control pills are really the only option. These only reduce the symptoms rather than tackling the cause, and in any case are obviously not an option if you are trying for a baby. A lot of women have had success with a natural...


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What is the difference between polycystic ovarian disease and diabetes?

A: I too have a diagnosis of insulin resistance, which is a form ofpre-diabetes. With a diabetic, there is not enough insulin produced tobalance out the sugar in the blood, causing elevated blood sugars. Thatresults in the need for insulin to be given artificially, usually with ashot. With insulin resisitance, you have enough insulin made in the body,but the hormones will not allow your body to use the insulin available aseffectively as normal. So you will eat something with sugar, and your bodywill react by secreting insulin, but since it is not as sensitive to theamount available you will put out more. This can be tested by having ainsulin level drawn as a blood test. How I noticed I had problems was Iwould eat something, or be late having a meal and I felt as if my bloodsugars were going...


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Regarding the treatment of polycystic ovarian disease with metformin, is it appropriate to use treatment, regardless of the BMI of the women, particularly with regards to increasing fertility?

A: It would appear that the use of metformin in PCOS is an unlicensed use. A 2003 systematic review in the BMJ [1] concludes: “Metformin is an effective treatment for anovulation in women with polycystic ovary syndrome. Its choice as a first line agent seems justified, and there is some evidence of benefit on variables of the metabolic syndrome. No data are available regarding the safety of metformin in long term use in young women and only limited data on its safety in early pregnancy. It should be used as an adjuvant to general lifestyle improvements and not as a replacement for increased exercise and improved diet.” The above study made no mention of weight or BMI. We did find a number of trials looking specifically at overweight women.  NOTE: We have not assessed these...
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Is there a cure for polycystic ovarian disease?

A: No. The best thing for someone who suffers from it would be to lose weight, diet and exercise. The symptoms might go away or even be lessened by just losing weight....


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I have a condition called PCOS(Polycystic ovarian disease). and would like to know what kin?

A: I have PCOS too. You want to greatly lower, but not eliminate, your carbs and fat. Especially simple carbs like white flour in breads, pasta, most cereal, and pastries. Switch to whole grain bread, cereal including oatmeal, and pasta. Increase your fruits and veggies a lot. Also get at least half an hour of moderate exercise every day. An easy way I make sure I follow the recommendation is to divide our plates into quarters. I first fill at least half with fruits and vegges. One quarter is protein and the other quarter is complex carb. I snack on fresh fruit and cut veggies instead of leftovers or chips....


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Mild polycystic ovarian disease, natural help?

A: ovarian cysts can be and should be removed by laser surgery. It is a lot less painful to have this done that to try to persevere with naturopathic remedies. Also I believe that keeping going with ovarian cysts can result in ovarian cancer. Please consult your GP and get referred to a gynaecologist who will remove them under general anesthetic. You should be able to go home withing 24 hours. http://www2.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/bhcs… http://worldwidescience.org/topicpages/o… http://www.chacha.com/question/are-cysts… I hope that this information helps. Cheers!!!...


 
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