Sorry dear….I don't have any knowledge about your disease…I would suggest to take advice from your doctor before bringing anything into regime..
As someone with endometriosis I would say yes – low impact stretching and strengthening, especially in your hips, is supposed to help manage pelvic pain and prevent scarring from cysts that can cause adhesions 🙂
Morning exercises have various health benefits, and can help you deal with the physical and emotional complications that accompany health issues.
I think you should ask your doctor to help you to choose right type of exercise. I beleive there is a way you can do exercise and which can be really beneficial to your health.
I didn't know what it meant so I had to research and, as I figured, yes it is essencial for someone with PCOS to do exercise that are moderate in intensity being one of benefits to regulate the weight gained from the condition.
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