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Jots, 26 January 2017 22:08

I am 26 years old having pcod from many years. I am having irregular periods since many years.doctor says that your eggs dont form so you have hormonal disturbance and i am taking medicine for that.i wanna conceive before 23rd feb as my husband is going out of country.my grandmother had diabetes.i am married since april 2014.working women dont have time to walk or to exercise.I am having thyroid also.

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Doctor's Ayurvedic Advice:-

Hello,For healthy conception, healthy body and calm mind is required. It is advisable to have intercourse frequently and at 13-16th day from first day of menstrual cycle. Ayurvedic medicines to enhance the probability of fertilization and reduce weight are as follows- 1.Pushyanuga churan- 1 tablespoon thrice a day with luke warm water after meals. 2.kapikachuuchuran- 1 tablespoon twice a day with luke warm water after meals 3.kumariasav- 15ml in equal amount of water once a day early morning empty stomach. 4.vrushya vati- 1 tablet thrice a day with luke warm water after meals. 5.medohar vati- 1 tablet thrice a day with warm water after meals. Initially it may cause increase in appetite but with continuous use it maintains metabolism. Precautions recommended are- 1.Reduce any stress- Calm mind plays a vital role in initial three months of pregnancy. Meditation is ideal to be performed daily. 2.Yoga and pranayam- Yogic exercises in preconceptial age like suryanamaskar,simhasan, ardha matsyendrasan, badha konasana,supta virasana and savasana should be practiced daily for 15 to 30 minutes to allow all the hormones of body to attain normal levels.

posted by Dr.Kanika on 25 May 2017

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hi , i am 26 year old. i am living in usa.i am married since 2014 and we trying to conceive at least 1 year but not success.i am taking regular prenatal and my husband taking multivit. too. doctor also said every thing is good with both. dr. give me letrozole and ovidrel shot of two time but not success so we are to much worried. my height is 4'11 and weight is 60 kg so that overweight is effect.so please give me some advice .

posted by komal_kanani on 31 March 2017

The absence of ovulation is the main cause that affects the fertility in PCOD. In that case you have to take medicines for at-least 3months. I can understand you current situation, but please send me your harmone reports to guide you further.

Ayurvedic medicines like Saptasara kvath - 15ml with 60ml of warm water before food twice daily, Divya Rajahpravartani Vati and Divya Rajahpravartani Vati can be taken for 3months and then review.

Include figs, black gram, sesame seeds, pine apple, papaya, black gram, garlic and pepper. Reduce excess refined flour, canned foods, meat, broccoli, soya, oil, sugar and salt. Yogasanas like Malasana, Trikonasana, Padahastasana, Matsyasana, Dhanurasana, Bhujangasana, Gomukhasana, Janushirasana, Uthithapadasana and Utkadasna are beneficial which yo can do when you ahvestime. Please do have regular checkups as advised by your gynecologist.

posted by Dr.Ramani on 27 January 2017

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