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Good Habits: How PCOS Women Can Prevent Endometriosis

Dealing with PCOS is tough enough, so it's good to know what you can do to possibly avoid another challenge: endometriosis.

Endometriosis is when tissue like the lining of the uterus grows outside the uterus, causing pain.

While you can't be sure to prevent endometriosis, there are some simple things you can do that might help.

Here's what you can try:

  • Eat Healthy: A balanced diet with lots of fruits, veggies, whole grains (PROVITA Rolled Oats), and lean proteins can be good for managing PCOS and might also help with endometriosis.

  • Stay Active: Regular exercise can help keep your menstrual cycle regular and reduce inflammation, which is good for both PCOS and endometriosis.

  • Manage Stress: Stress can make PCOS and endometriosis symptoms worse. Find ways to relax, like yoga, meditation, or talking to someone.

  • Avoid Harmful Chemicals: Some chemicals in the environment can raise the risk of endometriosis. Try to limit your exposure to these chemicals.

  • See Your Doctor: Regular check-ups with your doctor can help catch any problems early and make sure you're getting the best care.

These habits might not stop endometriosis, but they could make things easier.

Always talk to your doctor before making big changes to your health routine.

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