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How to Prevent Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

Thursday, 09 Jun 2011 05:34 PM

Polycystic ovarian syndrome can be prevented by following a specific dietary pattern and a defined treatment module. The following ways can prevent polycystic ovarian syndrome in females:

1. Polycystic ovarian syndrome diet: A PCOS diet should be low calorie and low in sugar and fat. It should emphasize fiber rich food like whole grains, fruits and vegetables, foods rich in vitamin and minerals, and lots of water and natural fruit juices.
2. Regulate menstrual cycles: To help regulate menstrual cycles, women can eat a natural diet and perform regular physical exercise, like swimming, walking, jogging, running and yoga. If these natural forms of regulation do not work out then women should consult a gynecologist.
3. Treat cystic acne: Cystic acne is the most severe and painful form of infection where pustules are formed on the surface of the skin. Cystic acne can be treated by keeping the skin, replacing fatty food with boiled food, having a vitamin and mineral enriched diet ,and using benzyl peroxide based creams.
4. Polycystic ovaries prevention: Prevention of polycystic ovaries is possible with natural forms of diet, exercise and yoga. Small lifestyle changes like these can even eradicate an existinc case of PCOS. If a woman has a family history of PCOS, then it is especially important to diagnose and correct hormonal levels immediately to prevent more serious cases of PCOS.

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