You may have taken a while to conceive a beautiful baby and you may have followed a good PCOS diet while you were trying to conceive. Now, you might be wondering if your diet should change now that you are pregnant. Let’s have a look at what your PCOS diet should look like in pregnancy.
Our little family of 3 has just become a family of 4 as little Joshua joined us in December. I just want to give you a brief update of how things are going and let you know why it has been so quiet at PCOS Diet Support. I’ll be back in action soon!
Things have been very quiet on the blog recently and it’s been far too long since my last article. I’m really sorry about the silence! The thing is: I’m PREGNANT! We’re so excited that our little family of three will soon be four but on a personal level, I feel like I have won a…
When I was trying to conceive both of my children, I did fertility charting. I tracked my basal body temperature every morning and I found it incredibly helpful in managing my anxiety and understanding my body. I could tell when I had ovulated and therefore when I had a chance of achieving pregnancy.
I was diagnosed with PCOS when I started trying to conceive. I was frustrated by the lack of support offered and started doing my own research. That was when I stumlbed on how crucial diet can be in improving your fertility with PCOS. I changed the way that I ate and was able to conceive naturally.