I been told that I have PCOS but my lab levels came back normal and when they did the ultrasound showed no Cysts and everything was good there as well.
Yes girl I don't understand that...same for me. My results always come back normal and when I did the ultrasound, there were no cysts. As a side note I think the name of PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome) is going to be changed by medical experts in the future because every woman who has PCOS does not have cysts. But anyway, I have always found that very frustrating that the chronic disease. It takes a lot of patience and discipline. Diet is key, it's not just about losing weight (which is very important to maintain a healthy weight) but everything we eat has an impact on our bodies. While this may be true for everyone, this statement is emphasized for women with PCOS. Now I know that a vegan diet is not for the faint of heart, it requires much discipline, but your body will thank you for it. Fresh and raw or steamed vegetables, fruits, nuts and seeds, beans and legumes, and whole grains. PLEASE eliminate processed foods, sugar, carbohydrates, dairy, red meat, caffeine, and alcohol from your diet. These foods only worsen PCOS symptoms. You know...it amazes me how many people consume milk and other dairy products. Humans were never meant to consumed milk after they have been weaned from their mother's breast, it's just unnatural. Stay positive and encouraged, we are all in the PCOS war zone together.
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