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polycystic ovarian disease 3 years back

I Had polycystic ovarian disease 3 years back was cured and conceived n now have a healthy son of 1year 3 months during my pregnancy scan i was told that i dont have any cysts but had subserol myomia on right side of my outer womb. my periods were regular n started my periods from the next month of my delivery itself .During pregnancy I gained 10 kgs exactly and lostthem but after thatlast moth I did not get my periods n weight has increased upto 8 kgs. I am too heavy. I am a small eater , I breast feed my baby still. has pcod reoccured , why am I so fat? I am 32 years now. what is the right time to have second baby
Asked On : Sun, 24 Jan 2010
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Generally women tend to gain lot of weight after pregnancy and this could be related to several reasons. Lack of exercise, Lactation, Food fads in homes to serve more and there are several medical reasons like Thyroid status, pituitary problems in the brain. If these are taken care of start with exercises. The cysts can recur in the ovaries but the weight gain at this stage has several other important reasons along with PCOD.

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