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
Namaste everyone - I bow to the divine in you!!! FIGHT PCOS INITIATIVE turns one today and I can't even begin to explain how glad I am that one year back exactly from today I decided to share my PCOS journey with the world in hope to create awareness and simultaneously find ways to help. … Continue reading FIGHT PCOS INITIATIVE TURNS ONE!
Cysters, This is my last post before I go MIA for next one and a half month. I have a big exam coming up and I want to immerse myself in it 100%. One of my exam in on November 13th and another one on December 10th so that's pretty much like now! However, I … Continue reading PCOS Challenge for last month of 2016
What is PMS? PMS is 'premenstrual symptoms or premenstrual syndrome' is a group of varied symptoms experienced by many women 1-2 weeks prior to their cycle and normally subsides at the start of the period. These symptoms include acne, tender breasts, mood swings, bloating, tiredness and irritability. Some women experience more severe symptoms and some … Continue reading Dealing with PMS in PCOS!
Hola Cysters, I just sent out a brand new PCOS awareness newsletter and it's all about how to deal with 'low mood' in PCOS at your own level so if you are not yet subscribed to the newsletter, do it now so we can always stay in touch. 🙂 This post is going to be … Continue reading Things I want to share to make our PCOS journey more productive!
I had to write this post because it's one of the most commonly asked queries among my Cysters - How to modify an Indian diet? What diet regimen to follow? What are the options to snack on in PCOS etc etc so today I will try to include all that is important to keep in mind … Continue reading Diet modifications in PCOS!
Guest post written by Dr.Natalie Crawford. Dr.Crawford is a Reproductive Endocrinologist and Infertility specialist based out of Austin,TX. She is pretty awesome and given her busy schedule, she was kind enough to write for me this informative post about all the treatment options one has while dealing with infertility of PCOS, go ahead! PCOS and … Continue reading PCOS and Infertility – Guest post
Guest post - Written by Dr. Nitya Prabhakaran. Dr. Prabhakaran is successful young physician who has done her MD in pathology and is currently working as a resident physician in the university of Missouri, USA. I feel blessed to know such an amazing physician and a wonderful kind senior who is always ready to lend a … Continue reading Physician’s take on PCOD!
Welcome September! September is celebrated as 'PCOS awareness month' all over the world so today as this month commences I want to congratulate all the women of this world,wherever you are, struggling, fighting and battling PCOS every single day of your life bravely and with a smile. You are totally awesome and if I can … Continue reading Happy PCOS awareness month -#1
About 20 days back, I was approached by a website actively working towards women's health and wellness called Actozen to write a article about my personal struggle with PCOS. I was not sure if I could articulate it in a right way or if it was a good idea but I did it anyway and I … Continue reading My personal struggle with PCOS!