AlliSauros

335d

Other than medication, what else might help with the negative symptoms?

Polycystic Ovary (PCOS)

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  • em.me

    335d

    A PCOS friendly diet, and exercise! This will help with hormones and lower your risk of diabetes and heart disease. There are also some good vitamin formulations for PCOS. Drink plenty of water. Find some stress relief activities that work for you to keep cortisol levels down.

    • Perry_P

      297d

      do you have any vitamins you recommend looking into?

  • AlliSauros

    335d

    Have you had any luck with diet? We are Gluten and dairy free for other health reasons. But I am having a hard time finding nutrition info that isn’t pushing a diet- looking to improve nutrition not follow a specific diet for weight loss

  • em.me

    335d

    I've heard low carb is a good one for PCOS and in the past my doc has suggested the Mediterranean diet. I'm not currently on any type of diet. It's great that you are avoiding dairy and gluten, those are inflammation triggering foods. How long have you been gluten/dairy free?

  • Mysteria

    335d

    Really it’s all about diet. It’s a super hard change by you will feel so much better physically after you eat more nourishing food!!!

  • AlliSauros

    335d

    We have been dairy and gluten free for 4 years and eat naturally low carb primarily plant based because of that (son has celiac). Are there any specific foods that help?

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