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Foods to THE PCOS diet plan- List of the food to avoid

Many women with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome experience low-grade irritation that may invigorate androgen generation, further reassuring PCOS development. It is necessary to know what not to eat with PCOS.

Foods to avoid:

Foods high in refined carbohydrates, such as white bread and muffins.
Sugary snacks and drinks.
Inflammatory foods, such as processed and red meats.
Avoid Refined carbohydrates as it causes inflammation, exacerbates insulin resistance. These include highly processed foods, such as:

  • white bread
  • muffins
  • breakfast pastries
  • sugary desserts
  • Potatoes
  • anything made with white flour

Noodles, pasta made of wheat flour are the food items which are low in fiber and rich in carbohydrates. These should be avoided and replaced with Pasta made of bean flour.

Avoid sugar wherever possible as it is rich in carbohydrates. Replace sugar with honey or jaggery while taking in hot milk or juices which adds a lot of advantage.

Also avoid processed meats, french fries as they are inflammation-causing foods.

Lifestyle changes to consider:

PCOS responds positively to proactive lifestyle choices. Exercising should be made yours daily as having some physical activity adds a lot of advantage. It helps to reduce insulin resistance. Women who are planning to get pregnant and suffering from obesity should consult a physician and follow their instructions for best results. You will definitely experience increased ovulation with loss of weight. One of the symptoms of PCOS is stress. Adopt stress reduction techniques like yoga and meditation which will contribute to calm your mind.

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Can Your Diet Relieve Symptoms of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)?

Diet and exercise are the important factors of health. For any kind of problems related to health, these factors play a key role in providing the solutions. Polycystic Ovary Syndrome(PCOS) is the medical term which means the hormonal imbalance in women. Women having this syndrome produces the higher level of male hormones than normal. These hormonal imbalances affect the lives of women by irregular periods and difficult to become pregnant.

You may know the symptoms of the PCOS

  • Gaining a lot of weight
  • Irregular menstrual cycle
  • The growth of facial hair
  • Acne
  • Infertility

How does diet affect PCOS?

By simply changing your eating habits many of the problems can be rectified. Women with PCOS have cysts in their ovaries and this disorder will make obese. They usually have higher insulin levels which are produced in the pancreas. So you need to have a diet which is rich in carbohydrates, such as starchy and sugary foods. This makes body insulin resistance.

What foods do you need to add?

  1. High-fiber vegetables, such as broccoli.
  2. Lean protein, such as fish.
  3. Anti-inflammatory foods and spices, such as turmeric and tomatoes.

PCOS diet plan

Why High-fiber foods?

These foods help you to combat insulin resistance by reducing the digestion and slowing the impact of sugar in the blood. The foods include

  • Vegetables such as broccoli, cauliflower, and Brussels sprouts
  • greens, including red leaf lettuce and arugula
  • green and red pepper
  • Beans
  • Almonds
  • Berries
  • Sweet potatoes
  • winter squash
  • Pumpkin

Why lean protein foods?

Lean protein foods like chicken and fish do not provide fiber but are healthy options for women suffering from PCOS. The foods include

  • tomatoes
  • kale
  • spinach
  • almonds and walnuts
  • Olive oil
  • fruits, such as blueberries and strawberries
  • fatty fish high in omega-3 fatty acids, such as salmon and sardines

 

If you are experiencing sporadic menstrual cycles, weight pick up, fruitlessness, or have indications of overabundance androgens, Mrs. Sarah Hussain will give you the treatment to be happy to see you. Having years of experience, she has seen it all. For more information about his practice or to schedule your appointment, please contact us today.

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Ovarian cysts – diagnosis and treatment

Diagnosis:

During a pelvic exam, a cyst on your ovary can be recognised. A doctor will recommend the test examining its size and checks if it a fluid-filled, solid or mixed. Based on this there will be the prescription and they determine whether you need a treatment. The tests are as follows:

  • Pregnancy test: A positive test may suggest that you may have a corpus luteum cyst.
  • Pelvic ultrasound: An image of your ovaries and uterus is displayed on the video screen by a transducer which sends and receives high-frequency sound waves. By seeing this video your doctor will analyze the presence of the cyst, identifies its location and determine its type.
  • Laparoscopy: Laparoscope is a slim, lighted instrument which is inserted into your abdomen through a small incision. By this, your doctor can remove the ovarian cyst. A patient is given anaesthesia before performing this surgery.
  • CA 125 blood test: Blood levels of a protein called cancer antigen 125 (CA 125) often are elevated in women with ovarian cancer. Your doctor prescribes this test if your cyst is partially solid and you’re at high risk of ovarian cancer

ovarian-cysts

Treatment:

Treatment depends on the type and size of your cyst, your age and symptoms. Your doctor might suggest:

    • Watchful waiting: Wait and watch to re-examine if the cyst goes away. This is just an option regardless of your age. If there are no symptoms then it says that you have simple, small, fluid-filled cyst.
    • Medication: To keep ovarian cysts from recurring your doctor might recommend hormonal contraceptives like birth control pills, however, these pills will not shrink an existing cyst.
    • Surgery: If your cyst is growing continuously through two or three menstrual cycles or if it causes pain then your doctor will suggest you the surgery.
    • In some cases, cysts can be removed without removing the ovary. Your doctor would suggest the removing of the affected ovary and leaving the other intact.
    • Your doctor will likely refer you to the gynecologic cancer specialist if the cystic mass is cancerous,. You might need to have your uterus, ovaries and fallopian tubes removed (total hysterectomy) and possibly chemotherapy or radiation. Your doctor may recommend surgery when an ovarian cyst develops after menopause.

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Urinary Incontinence -Symptoms and treatment

Urinary Incontinence :

The unintentional loss of urine which is a quite embarrassing problem. Due to loss of voluntary control over the urinary sphincters, the bladder loses the ability to hold urine which results in passage of urine unknowingly. This is a very severe condition which is also caused because of coughing and sneezing. We cannot say that it is an inevitable consequence of ageing.

Causes of urinary incontinence :

  • An underlying condition will become more serious.
  • Restrict your activities and interactions in society.
  • Increase the risk factor of falls in older adults as they rush to the toilet.

Consult a Doctor:

Prevention is better than cure. To identify these problem based on the following symptoms. If urinary incontinence affects your daily activities, don’t hesitate to see your doctor. A simple change in lifestyle or medical treatment can ease discomfort or stop urinary incontinence in some people. Never feel uncomfortable or hide discussing incontinence with your doctor.

Urinary Incontinence is a common problem, it is an embarrassing situation. If you are worried about urinary incontinence, contact Mrs. Sarah Hussain, Urogynecology doctor experts in diagnosing and treating pelvic floor disorders. Call Us Today and Make Your Appointment with our London Gynaecologist.

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Diet Modification For People Suffering From  Painful Bladder Syndrome.

It is important to trigger your diet and modify it according to the standards in order to avoid suffering from Painful Bladder Syndrome(PBS). Certain foods like alcohol, acidic foods, citrus foods, spices,etc will irritate the lining of the bladder and make symptoms worse. The sensitivity to various foods vary among individuals, so it is important to determine the personal trigger foods. So we suggest you to maintain a diary for a better follow up of your food habits and make a note of which of them are making your condition more painful.

Painful bladder syndrome

The best way to understand which foods are bothering you bladder is to try an elimination diet process for a couple of weeks. At the initial stage eliminate the top offenders like tomatoes, spicy foods, citrus foods, sodas and all other kinds of acidic foods. If your bladder symptoms improve during this elimination process, this clearly conveys that at least one of the foods is irritating your bladder. By doing this you can reduce the pain and next step to find out what exactly is causing the bladder problems. You should then try eating one food from the list of foods you stopped eating. If this food does not bother your bladder within 24 hours, this food is likely safe and can be added back into your regular diet. The next day, try eating a second food from the list, and so on. In this way, you will add the foods back into your diet one at a time and your bladder symptoms will tell you if any food causes problems for you.

 

Step-by-Step Through the Food Categories

Maintaining a balanced diet is important as avoiding too many foods will affect a person’s general health.

The classic three category approach to an IC/PBS diet allows for variations in individual responses to foods, while identifying foods that are usually safe for most IC/PBS patients and also those foods that are usually a problem. Most people can figure out their personal trigger foods on their own, if you get stuck or have multiple health conditions which have different food sensitivities.

 

 

If you’re experiencing painful bladder syndrome speak to your doctor about the treatment options that are right for you. Mrs. Sarah Hussain is here to help you out. Please do book an appointment today.

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