PCOS is hard but it's even harder to see young girls struggling with it from very early on in life. One of the biggest reason why I feel so passionately about creating PCOS awareness is this - given the true epidemic that PCOS has become, I cannot imagine another generation struggling with PCOS like we … Continue reading 5 things young girls need to know about PCOS
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OCPs or oral contraceptive pills are one of the most common treatments given for PCOS but there is also a lot of unawareness and myth surrounding OCPs among women. Whether it is the side effects that scare you or 'not knowing how it works' part, it is an important aspect to be aware of and … Continue reading 5 things to keep in mind about OCPs
You asked for it and here it is! Smoothies you can count on to tackle your PCOS or even if you are generally looking for a healthy morning start. Smoothies are the rich source of antioxidants and are a perfect filling way to start your day off on the right foot. I wasn't familiar with … Continue reading 3 morning smoothie recipes for PCOS
Have you ever decided to keep a journal but ended up leaving it midway? Journalling is extremely important especially if you are dealing with a chronic condition like PCOS. It not only helps you keep a track of your progress but also aids in managing your symptoms better. Here's a video where explain two methods … Continue reading How to make PCOS journal and why it is important?
Time to talk about the various diagnostic tests one goes through if suspected of PCOS and what does that mean! Now I am not going to include everything, just some of the most commonly done tests because when your doctor prescribes them, more often than not, either you don't understand the need for it or … Continue reading PCOS tests and what they mean!
Do you know when was the first time PCOS came into being? And do you ever wonder why it survived evolution in spite of reduced fecundity (ability to reproduce)? I recently found a research regarding the same and the results were pretty interesting so I figured I would share it with you here. There are … Continue reading History of PCOS
I love researching, be it anything - good food, places to visit, hacks, DIY's, literally anything, so obviously, when it comes to PCOS, I am no different. I love talking to other women who are thriving with PCOS, other doctors and learning from their patient experience and viewpoints. With all of that and my little … Continue reading 5 books to read if you are dealing with PCOS
PCOS awareness month is here! Another beautiful September morning has arrived and I want to start our day on an optimistic note - Managing PCOS is 80% diet modification and 20% staying active (at least for me). Yeah, you heard me right! But don't make diet modification a complicated thing to do. It's easy to … Continue reading 5 Foods to avoid in PCOS
Hello everyone, I have been contemplating making videos for you guys for a long time now because I figured that way I can provide you more info in less time and hopefully reach more of you. In this particular video, I talk about how PCOS has had an impact on me and my lifestyle and … Continue reading YouTube venture for FIGHT PCOS INITIATIVE
Happy September! PCOS awareness month is celebrated throughout the world in the month of September to create awareness and support those struggling with it on a day today basis. However, this time around instead of talking more about the struggles and troubles I want to celebrate those things that's helping us successfully thrive even with … Continue reading PCOS awareness month 2017