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Cure PCOS and Get Pregnant By Tommy H.
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Are you having difficulty getting pregnant? Are you suffering from PCOS, or Polycystic Ovary Syndrome? Well, you are not alone. This ebook compiles tons of information and tips about PCOS, guiding... More > you through how to overcome this illness. Read through this ebook, make notes and start taking action to recover. Get this ebook right now!< Less
Alternative PCOS Solutions By Julie Renee Holland
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Alternative health care for polycystic ovarian syndrome. Includes herbs, supplements, body work, stress reduction, and other therapies. Offers real information about your healthcare choices. Includes... More > information on holistic treatments for ovarian cysts, insulin resistance, hirsutism, acne, weight gain, and other symptoms.< Less
Alternative PCOS Solutions By Julie Renee Holland
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Alternative health care for polycystic ovarian syndrome. Includes herbs, supplements, body work, stress reduction, and other therapies. Offers real information about your healthcare choices. Includes... More > information on holistic treatments for ovarian cysts, insulin resistance, hirsutism, acne, weight gain, and other symptoms.< Less
PCOS Today Magazine Fall 2007 By Linda Harvey
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First issue of magazine devoted to women and girls with polycystic ovarian syndrome
PCOS Today Magazine Fall 2007 By Linda Harvey
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First issue of magazine devoted to women and girls with polycystic ovarian syndrome
5: 2 Diet for Pcos: Low Calorie Nutrient Dense Recipes Cook Book With Pcos Diet Guide By Emma Howells
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PCOS....fed up of struggling to lose weight!! Until recently, diet was not thought of as an important adjunct in treatment of PCOS. However, since the fairly recent discovery regarding the role... More > insulin resistance plays in PCOS, many experts now believe that diet and weight managmenat should be a part of the treatment plan. In the 5 2 fasting diet you eat normally for five days a week – women consume 2,000 calories and men 2,500 a day – and then restrict your calorie intake for the other two days (500 calories a day for women and 600 for men). And the concept is taking the world by storm. Overall, it is the quality of the calorie that counts rather than the calorie itself when it comes to fighting off disease and maintaining health." And it could help you drop a few pound< Less
Pcos-friendly Eating - The Ultimate Do’s and Don'ts By Annabel Boys, PhD
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Being diagnosed with PCOS can be scary and overwhelming. This book will help you to feel that you are back in control. Research shows that diet can make a huge difference to PCOS symptoms. Annabel... More > Boys has put this book together to highlight the best bits of advice to follow and common pitfalls to avoid so that you can feel confident that you are supporting rather than sabotaging your hormones. Her simple explanations banish overwhelm and will have you confidently embracing change as a lifestyle choice rather than a temporary ‘diet’. A MUST read for any PCOS sufferer.< Less
Overcoming Infertility By Dr. Judith Jones
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This book describes many of the causes of infertility and many of the simple steps couples must consider to overcome the problem. The environmental causes of infertility are discussed as well as new... More > medical procedures that may be suggested by doctors. By reading this book, couples can begin to prepare for the process of overcoming infertility. A good deal of the book discusses eating – one of life’s little pleasures. Those little pleasures become extremely important to a woman who wishes to become pregnant. For example: that cup of coffee needed to start the day and keep you functioning in high gear – may be keeping you from becoming pregnant. In preparation for pregnancy coffee and cola drinks need to go off the menu. A woman who thinks she will give up smoking when she become pregnant, must decide if she really wants to have children. Smoking is a known cause of infertility. There are other environmental causes of infertility in both men and women that are discussed in the book.< Less
Overcoming Infertility By Dr. Judith Jones
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This book describes many of the causes of infertility and many of the simple steps couples must consider to overcome the problem. The environmental causes of infertility are discussed as well as new... More > medical procedures that may be suggested by doctors. By reading this book, couples can begin to prepare for the process of overcoming infertility. A good deal of the book discusses eating – one of life’s little pleasures. Those little pleasures become extremely important to a woman who wishes to become pregnant. For example: that cup of coffee needed to start the day and keep you functioning in high gear – may be keeping you from becoming pregnant. In preparation for pregnancy coffee and cola drinks need to go off the menu. A woman who thinks she will give up smoking when she become pregnant, must decide if she really wants to have children. Smoking is a known cause of infertility. There are other environmental causes of infertility in both men and women that are discussed in the book.< Less
In My Own Words: Women's Experience of Hysterectomy By Linda Parkinson-Hardman
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Perhaps you’ve had or are thinking about having a hysterectomy. Maybe you know someone who is having a hysterectomy. In either situation the most common reaction is to feel isolated and... More > fearful about what you don’t know. The Hysterectomy Association believes having enough good quality, impartial information is the key to navigating this change successfully, we also know that other people’s stories are incredibly powerful too. This book of real-life stories has been drawn together from many that have been shared with us over the years. They show that whilst every experience of hysterectomy is unique there are common threads and themes running through them. Other people’s stories help women feel less isolated. They show that they aren’t going mad, missing the point or stupid. They show their concerns are genuine and that the only way to deal with them is to voice them. They are a mixed bag telling of loss, happiness, joy and pain and they talk of a need to share with others before moving on.< Less