Indian PCOS meal plan

In the last post, we talked about the kind of food you should be eating in order to reduce your PCOS symptoms, whether you want to lose or maintain your weight. Today, lets try to simplify it and come up with what a good meal plan looks like when you are dealing with PCOS. I…

How do you know she/he is the one?

Ah, the age-old question that has confounded mankind since the beginning of time. I bet even Adam and Eve wondered about this one, although, of course their options were quite limited! When I announced in my church youth group that I was going to get married, the first question was: is it love or arranged?…

Dealing with PCOS: Part II – The weight loss saga

Bloated. Irritable. Overweight, hairy and miserable. Two years after my diagnosis with PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) I was struggling with symptoms and my body showed no signs of changing. The doctor’s advice to lose weight and eat healthy went out of the window after a few months. ┬áThe OCPs (oral contraceptive pills) gave me the…

Dealing with PCOS: Part I – The dreaded diagnosis

No periods for 6 months. No spotting, no cramps, nothing.     At 17, this is what landed me at the gynecologist’s office. You may ask why I waited for 6 months. Part of it was embarrassment to discuss it with my mum and dad. The other part was that, since I’d gotten my first…

When are you planning to have a baby?

You’re about a year or two into your marriage. The newly wedded excitement and novelty has settled down into a comfortable routine. You and your spouse are happy and content; even the few minor explosions of temper have eased up . You have learned how to navigate rough seas, in fact, you’re much more than…