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meganm12

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Posted: 27 Jan 2013, 09:45
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hi everyone! Im a 28 year old female ttc #2 for over 21 months. Although having been diagnosed with severe pcos (cycles vary between 30 - 120 days) i dont suffer from being obese as often categorised by pcos sufferers. However, i do want to lose some weight and start a better diet in order to control my pcos better. Im meeting with a dietician in february and trying accupuncture then as well, but was wondering if anyone here has a diet that i can start following in the meantime (a day to day diet which indicates foods and quantities to be taken).
llindsey4000

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Posted: 27 Jan 2013, 10:55
Hello, I have pcos and am over weight. My doctor as well as lots of research suggests a low carb diet. I am currently on Atkins and having success. Good luck!
meganm12

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Posted: 28 Jan 2013, 02:07
Hi lindsey, great! I have just had a phonecall from the dietician my appointment has been moved to tomorrow! Will keep you posted



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