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PCOD, obesity, diet chart - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Vaginal and Uterus Health
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User :   hI
Doctor :   Hi
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How can I help you?
User :   Doctor i am 25 yrs old and newly married
User :   i got PCOD problem
User :   I consult one doctor and she told me to reduce weight
User :   i have tried everything to reduce my wt.but i am not finding any change
User :   can u please suggest me wat to do now?
Doctor :  
The main problem in PCOD patients is they cannot have egg release each month
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This is because of few reasons
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1) Over weight
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2) Imbalance of LH and FSH ratio
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3) Imbalance of Oestrogen
User :   so wat are the measure to eradicate this problem
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Importantly reduction in weight
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Taking a medicine called Metformin by the prescription of Doctor
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Taking an oral contraceptive pill so that the periods become regular
User :   k,well i took all those but still i didn't reduce my wt.
User :   Is this also create problem during pregnancy
Doctor :  
Weight reduction is a separate issue
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Weight redution is to be continued for long time
User :   Can u suggest me any chart so that i follow that?
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It can be done with the help of Dietitican, a physical trainer
User :   Is this also create problem during pregnancy
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Yes
User :   any other wt reduction measure
User :   shall i take any pills to reduce wt.
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What is your weight
User :   75kgs
User :   my ht is 5.3
Doctor :  
If you reduce weight by 10% of your current weight
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your problem is solved
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the chance of ovulation increases by 60%
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You can spend any time on reducing weight
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for many other different reason
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like Diabetes, High BP etc
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First of all make your routine with a regular timings
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Getting up, exercise, your diet and your sleep timings
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and the calorie intake
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Do not take any thing any thing after 8 PM
Doctor :   Approach a dietitian for a diet chart
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You can try this from our site
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Are you with me?
User :   yes
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Did you follow my advices?
User :   yes ,thanks alot
User :   but i remain in office till 8 PM
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Your health is of prime importance\
Doctor :   One should have a strong physical and mental health
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for remain working for long years
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So pl concentrate on the weight loss than your work
User :   yes,but i reach home late and then cook food eat and sleep
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Ok
User :   Doctor may i know your name pls
Doctor :  
Working long hours leaves little time for relaxation and can result in you neglecting family and friends
Doctor :   Lack of time or energy to prepare healthy meals leads to a diet of fast food or nutritionally poor meals.
User :   k
User :   i will do take care
Doctor :   Extra hours at work may not allow time for regular exercise, which can also lead to health problems
User :   thanks for ur valuble time
Doctor :   A combination of fast food or snacking, and insufficient exercise can lead to weight problems
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Is there anything else I can help you with?
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Please approach me for anything else you need
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I shall be able to help you
User :   k
User :   definetly
User :   thanks once again
Doctor :  
Try acheiving the wt loss
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and do not be dpressed
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on it
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It is a long marathon
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and you have to put in your daily routine
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Please fill the feedback form
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I hope you understood the importance of weight loss
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and the long work hours
User :   yes
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