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Trying to Get Pregnant with PCOS? – What You Should Do

Polycystic ovary is a condition that can lead to infertility but the good thing is that it can be reversed. That is, women with PCOS can still get pregnant. It may just take time and may require effort as well.

5-10% of women from age 15 upward or during children bearing age may have PCOS. It is mostly discovered in their 20s and 30s. when they have trouble conceiving. The risk of PCOS is higher in women who have obesity or whose mother, sister or aunt have PCOS.

Women with PCOS has Ovaries that are larger than normal. The large ovaries contains many tiny cysts with immature eggs, this is as a result of underproduction of estrogen (Female hormones) and increase in the production of androgens (Male hormones)

How PCOS Impact on Your Infertility

PCOS is a condition that causes women to produce more of Androgens also known as Male hormones. This hormone is responsible for symptoms like hirsutism and male form of baldness. Other symptoms of PCOS is irregular or no menstruation, and ovulation which is due to immature ovum. Ovulation is the release of an egg to the fallopian tube to await fertilization, a woman who does not ovulate may not get pregnant. obesity is another symptoms of PCOS That can affect fertility so also is their risk type2 diabetes.

what to do to increase your chance of pregnancy

Generally, being in a good health is necessary for all women before trying to have a baby. here are the changes you can make to get pregnant with PCOS

1)  Diet

As a PCOS patient trying to conceive, you want to start by improving your egg quality and research as shown that an improvement in your diets can lead to a great success rate. So, what are to good food to include in your diet?  Read on.

  • Limit highly processed carbohydrates, and replace with low glycemic index. Your body tends to break this carbs slowly for energy which has an effect on your insulin and blood sugar. high insulin affects ovulation.
  • Avoid Trans fats found in foods such as pies, French fries, cakes, doughnuts, and other deep fried foods and replace them with fertility friendly fats like avocados, olive oil, coconut oil, nuts and seeds and oily fish.
  • You may also replace animal protein with plant-based protein like Beans, legumes, nuts, and seeds are all very good sources
  • Include fruits and veggies in your diet. They contain different kind of fertility boosting vitamins, such as zinc, vitamin C, vitamin E, and folate.

You may also add the following superfood for fertility to your diets as well

  • Bananas
  • Citrus fruits
  • Brussels sprouts
  • Sunflower seeds
  • Almonds
  • Chicken
  • Tomatoes
  • Carrots
  • Dark chocolate
  • Garlic
  • Oysters
  • Eggs
  • Mackerel
  • Asparagus

2)  Weight

One of the symptoms of PCOS is Obesity. overweight can affect fertility negatively. as a matter of fact, obesity accounts for 25% of ovulatory infertility. The good news is that you can improve your chances of conceiving if you are able to lose 5-10% of body fat. You will have to engage in regular exercises and eat balanced diet to control your weight.


Related: Polycystic Ovary Syndrome – Everything You Should Know About PCOS


3)  Lifestyle

Reduce stress

Your body and mind will thank you and so will your chance to conceive increase. To relieve stress you may engage in physical exercise like running, brisk walking, swimming or dancing. You can also engage in something slower and relaxing like yoga, tai chi and so on.

Smoking and drinking of alcohol can delay conception and impact your fertility even in women without PCOS. If you are trying conceive, It is wise to refrain from them.

Fertility treatment
For pregnancy to occur, an healthy egg has to be released during ovulation. The increase in production of androgens can interfere with healthy ovulation. That is why many women with PCOS will need fertility medications to get pregnant. It is advisable to take Natural solutions because they do not have side-effect . You can get the female fertility ignition pack, a 100% natural herbal mixture that helps women to ovulate with a good quality egg, cleanse the body of toxin and prepare the body for pregnancy.

Click here if you would like to get the female fertility ignition kit

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Coach Amuda

Naturopathic Doctor & Founder, Green Remedies Int’l

Coach Amuda is a Holistic Practitioner and the C.E.O of Green Remedies International, a wellness company that specializes in tackling different health challenges through Natural, Organic, and Holistic Medicines.

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