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Can I take kombucha?
Rach30sFemale
Is kombucha safe for women who are trying to conceive?
A
Kombucha is a fermented and sweetened tea. Naturally, it contains a low level of alcohol (usually less than 0.5%) due to the fermented process. Women who are trying to conceive are not recommended to take it regularly.

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LUMIROUS Team and Fertility Coaches
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02 Feb 2023
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Breakfast for PCOS
Izni20sFemale
I prefer something hot in the morning for breakfast. Can you suggest me what should I take for breakfast?
A
As if something hot, actually you can have fried egg, one or two slices of toast, some avocado or some cooked vegetables if you have time. Another option is hot oatmeal, with a sprinkle of nuts, chia seeds, or cut fruits on top. You can drink a cup of milk...

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LUMIROUS Team and Fertility Coaches
Lumirous.com
27 Jan 2023
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Can I eat dairy foods?
Hani30sFemale
Should PCOS patients avoid dairy products?
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Unless you are sensitive to dairy products, such as any lactose intolerant, dairy sensitive or allergies. Otherwise, I will not restrict any of the dairy products.

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LUMIROUS Team and Fertility Coaches
Lumirous.com
25 Jan 2023
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Green tea for PCOS
Ruina30sFemale
Is green tea good for PCOS as well?
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Yes, green tea is very good, because it is rich in antioxidants, does helps with your inflammation. It is also very good for your liver health because our liver is another important organ to metabolize hormones. So, that's why green tea is also very good for P...

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LUMIROUS Team and Fertility Coaches
Lumirous.com
18 Jan 2023
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Vitamin D Supplement
Maggie30sFemale
Can I take Vitamin D supplement for long term?
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As Vit D supplements are fat soluble vitamins, it is not easily removed by our body. Supplements are only meant for rectify any deficiencies, not for long term purpose. Please check your Vit D levels at least 1-2 yearly. If it's already in normal range, you do...

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LUMIROUS Team and Fertility Coaches
Lumirous.com
16 Jan 2023
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LOW AMH
Farah30sFemale
Hi doctor. If im having low AMH but im allergic to COQ10 & DHEA (having worsen pimples if take it) , which supplement should i take as the replacement?
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Before jumping into supplements, it's best to find out what are the causes of low AMH. Other than age, nutrient deficiencies and environmental factors can affect AMH levels. It's best to get blood test on your iron profile and vitamin D levels, then only suppl...

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LUMIROUS Team and Fertility Coaches
Lumirous.com
13 Jan 2023

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