PCOS to Pregnancy

Pregnancy is always a touchy subject for any woman suffering from PCOS. Most women suffering from PCOS face difficulties in conceiving naturally. However, very few women understand why.

When women visit gynaecologists regarding their problems, they are intimidated by the fact that PCOS will make it difficult for them to conceive. Mental pressure is built to make women feel that helping them become pregnant will be nothing short of a miracle. It is an easy way to milk more money from vulnerable women.

The reality is a little different. PCOS does make it difficult for women to get pregnant. It interferes with the natural processes that lead to pregnancy. However, it doesn’t make a woman infertile. The good news is if you know the processes obstructing your pregnancy and take informed corrective measures. In that case, you can get pregnant despite PCOS.

This chapter will help you understand how PCOS obstructs natural conception and how to overcome those problems.

How PCOS Causes Difficulties in Conception

PCOS Prohibits Ovulation

Ovulation: The process in which a mature egg is released from the ovaries is called ovulation. This is the first step in conception. Without a healthy and developed egg, there can be no conception.

PCOS obstructs egg growth and development. When a woman has PCOS, her ovary channels are blocked. Her ovaries don’t get the required hormones for proper growth, development, and timely egg release.

PCOS Deteriorates Egg Quality

The quality of an egg is very important for a successful and healthy pregnancy. PCOS prevents healthy egg growth and development. Generally, this doesn’t even allow the egg to reach maturity and ovulate. However, poor egg quality increases the risk of early pregnancy loss even if a woman ovulates.

PCOS Causes Hormonal Imbalance

Hormonal imbalances lead to implantation failures. When a woman with PCOS achieves ovulation and gets her eggs fertilized, the risk of implantation failure will be high. The egg needs several hormones for successful implantation in the uterus. Unfortunately, PCOS prevents the release of those hormones.

It is important to understand that PCOS can affect a woman’s capability to bear a child in several ways. Therefore, dealing with any one issue may not result in success. Women keep trying to conceive for years but don’t get pregnant.

Ayurveda has a completely different approach to this matter. It doesn’t just try to treat hormonal imbalance, ovulation, or egg growth alone. It focuses on the root cause leading to PCOS in the first place, and that’s Ama

Root Cause of Difficulties in Conception

It is important to understand that it isn’t just PCOS that prevents pregnancies. Poor lifestyle, excessive stress, ignorance about your ovulation timings, and PCOS can lead to difficulties in conception.

Most importantly, all these issues can be resolved easily. You just need to understand their importance and how to overcome them.

Detoxification

Ama is the root cause of PCOS. The Ama formed due to digestive disorders can block the ovary channels causing all the problems. Too much Ama can block the ovary channels. It affects the flow of important hormones. It also affects the growth and development of the eggs. Women with PCOS don’t get regular periods because their eggs don’t mature on time and release. PCOS affects the overall ovary function.

This problem can be resolved with the help of 6 natural Ayurvedic herbs. These herbs can remove Ama and open the ovary channels. These herbs have the power to support and enhance ovary function making conception easy.

The herbs are:

  • Pippali: It is an active Ayurvedic herb that removes Ama or toxins from the body. It works like magic for women suffering from PCOS because Ama affects them the most.
  • Aloe Vera: Healthy egg growth and maturity is another problem that affects women with PCOS. Aloe vera is very helpful in resolving these problems. It provides the hormones that facilitate egg growth.
  • Dashamoola: Dashamoola is a unique combination of 10 natural herbs prescribed in Ayurveda. It helps in clearing Ama from the body and makes regular ovulation possible.
  • Shatavari: Shatavari is one of the most effective herbs for women. It nourishes their reproductive organs and improves their fertility rate. The chances of natural conception and successful pregnancy increase tremendously with Shatavari use.
  • Ashoka: This herb can treat issues related to the female reproductive system. It helps in keeping the ovaries and uterus tissues healthy. It regularises menstruation and restores fertility in women.
  • Ashwagandha: This herb supports ovulation and egg growth by providing an extra boost of important hormones. It can improve a woman’s chance of conception by several times.

These herbs, taken in the correct proportions, can be a boon if you want to achieve your pregnancy naturally.

Healthy Diet and Lifestyle

While most people are focused on removing toxins, very few are concerned about not accumulating new ones. The human body isn’t static. It is continuously working, and waste accumulation will occur if you are not careful.

Therefore, preventing new Ama from accumulating is as important as removing Ama.

You must understand that Ama is the metabolic waste that accumulates due to indigestion in the body. An unhealthy diet and a poor lifestyle are the chief reasons for the accumulation of Ama.

You must follow a healthy diet and lifestyle to prevent the formation of Ama in your body which is the root cause of all the problems.

Ovulation Tracking

People say ignorance is bliss. However, if you are ignorant about your ovulation cycle, conception will remain a problem for you. Conception doesn’t happen by chance. It is a process that requires all the components.

Along with a healthy egg, sperm is also required for conception. Even if the partners keep having regular intercourse throughout the month but miss it at the time of the ovulation, conception will not occur.

For women with regular periods, tracking their ovulation cycle is easy. It usually starts 12-14 days before the next period. Therefore women with regular periods can easily track it. However, women with PCOS have irregular periods, and ovulation tracking can be difficult for them.

  • Delayed or 28 days regular periods: Track from the 11th day of the period
  • Early or irregular periods: Start tracking from the 6th day of your period
  • Track till you get the second faint line: It indicates ovulation within the next 48 hours

They should take the help of ovulation strips. They should use these strips from the 11th day of their period ending date to check if ovulation has begun. These strips can be easily used like pregnancy test strips.

Women should use these strips on alternate days to track ovulation. A second faint line on the strip will indicate the beginning of ovulation. Women should have regular intercourse with their partners for the next three days to increase the chances of conception.

A good diet, lifestyle, herbs, and ovulation tracking can considerably raise the chances of conception. Conception might be difficult for women with PCOS, but it can be made possible if they pay attention to their bodies.

Take Away

Ayurvedic Herbs + Healthy Diet Lifestyle + Ovulation Tracking = Natural Healthy Pregnancy with PCOS

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