Getting Pregnant With PCOS - Possible- by hkksew3563rd


									PCOS, or known as Polycystic ovarian syndrome in long hand, is a condition
affecting so many of women across the nation, or 10% of the women population.
PCOS can be caused by many factors, but it is mainly a hereditary condition. If you
have a relative suffering from the disease, then you might as well get yourself check.
The most troubling part about the condition is that it could leave a woman infertile,
thus it can be very hard getting pregnant with PCOS.

There is no known cure for the condition, but a sufferer can control it for less bad
effects. PCOS is not life threatening but can lead to death if taken for granted. Other
effects include diabetes, heart disease, miscarriages and cancer.

What are the symptoms and is it still possible to treat it? Obesity or being overweight,
baldness, excessive acne, irregular menstrual cycles and body hair are common signs.
Cysts can also appear on the ovaries.

Can one still be getting pregnant with PCOS? Of course, but you'll have to do a lot of
sacrificing. Exercise everyday and try your best to lose as much weight. Lead an
active lifestyle and maintain a healthy diet to restore a regular menstrual period and
normal ovulation. You will need to lower insulin levels and take the necessary
supplements. The birth control pill is another method to control PCOS, but should
obviously be avoided when you are trying to conceive a baby.

If you're desperate to getting pregnant with PCOS, you can choose artificial methods
like the IVF or in vitro fertilization. Only choose in vitro as a last choice, because this
option will have some risks attached to it. As much as possible, women should try to
control their PCOS and try to live healthily in order to conceive successfully.

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