Polycystic ovarian syndrome is often treatable. Even though this condition can lead to infertility for some women, medication or drugs are not primarily needed.

Firstly, however, you need to identify the most aggravating factors of PCOS and prevent them as much as possible.

Sometimes, little changes to your routine lifestyle can help you to manage PCOS more effectively.

If you are confused as to how to manage PCOS without medicines, here are a few helpful ways:

  1. Good diet
  2. Check your diet and the amount of calories you are taking in every day(PCOS diet). If you notice that you are consuming more calories than required, eliminate foods that increase your calorie count.

  3. Shed extra pounds
  4. Women with PCOS often have significant weight gain. Calculate your ideal body weight using body mass index or any other appropriate tool. If you notice that you are carrying extra body weight, try to shed extra pounds using various weight loss techniques.

  5. Get your exercise
  6. Regular exercise helps you to lower your blood sugar levels. If you suffer from PCOS, an increase in your regular physical activity and participating in routine exercise plans can help to prevent insulin resistance. In addition, it also helps weight control efforts.