PCOS is one of the trickiest female problems, where you face a lot of complications while planning a pregnancy. Also, during those 9months, the mother and the baby needs extra care and nourishment.
Yes, with following a few health tips and setting up a smart lifestyle, getting pregnant in PCOS won't be less than a cakewalk.
Here are a few tips you can look into:
A healthy body mass is a detailed analysis of your body and especially the percentage of fat and carbohydrate in your body. Try to monitor BMI regularly and maintain a healthy weight. Sometimes PCOS can cause obesity, and it might create hindrances in your pregnancy.
30 minutes of exercise and yoga every day will increase your chances of having the baby. In addition, Pilates and back rolls are very helpful to improve your body strength and prepare it to carry a baby.
Any woman trying to conceive needs to eat a balanced and planned diet filled with many nutrients. Cut out unhealthy fats, sugary and processed food, caffeine and carbs.
Try to monitor your ovulation process to understand at what time of the month you are likely to get pregnant. In PCOS, ovulation gets affected the most, and that is, women have pregnancy complications.