By Aayushi Gupta
Published June 9, 2023
Women with PCOS may also experience eating disorders such as anorexia and binge eating, which can lead to weight gain.
Having PCOS does not mean you can't get pregnant. It is possible to conceive and have a successful pregnancy even if you have PCOS.
Women diagnosed with PCOS tend to experience severe mental health issues such as anxiety and depression.
When taking medications like metformin or oral contraceptives, it is important for women to supplement with B12 due to the potential interference of drugs with vitamin absorption.
Regular exercise is an effective method to manage insulin, cholesterol and blood pressure levels in women with PCOS.
Women with PCOS face increased risks of several health issues such as gestational diabetes, miscarriages, preterm deliveries, and stillbirths.
Vitamin D is both, a hormone and a vitamin, and has been shown to play a role in insulin resistance and egg development in women with PCOS.
Research indicates that sleep disturbances are twice as prevalent in women with PCOS compared to those without the condition.
Breastfeeding mothers with PCOS may face challenges with milk supply, either having a low supply or too much.