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can some one advise me on what find of food is best for me?

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i was diagnosed of Pcos, and last 2 week went for a my doctor's visit and she said, my sugar level is a bit higher than normal, but i forgot asking how many it was.then she asked me to follow diet and also placed me on Metformin 500mg . i am so worried considering the fact that i am polycistic.please can some one advise me on what find of food is best for me now and what to avoid? does this means that i will end up in diabetes? pls help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thansk


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replied January 9th, 2013
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Hello,

Welcome to ehealthforum and thanks for writing

In polycystic ovaries the hormone dis-balance is such that there are long intervals in between two periods. Relax deranged sugar levels are common in PCOD but that does not mean that you would have diabetes in future. Metformin is commonly prescribed in case of PCOD. Doing some lifestyle changes will help you like-

1.Reduce saturated fat intake.
2.Maintain good body composition .
3.Increase dietary fiber .
4.Increase aerobic exercise .
5.Restrict sugar intake.
You can also consider visiting a Dietician who can help you in diet according to your requirements and choice.

Take care!


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