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... Hi Emily.........PCOS can be very tricky. The first thing that every PCOS woman should do is become educated so that you know what you are up against. ... (29 replies)
... In any of your research did you find any correlation between PCOS and kidney stones. I have looked and found nothing but since both are metabolic in nature I was wondering if there was a cause and effect. ... (29 replies)
... I was diagnosed with PCOS 6 months ago, after I kept getting cramps and my periods almost stopped. ... (0 replies)

New to pcos
Nov 20, 2011
... ear about your diagnosis. I'm sure that you probably have found out some info by now since it's been a bit since your OP, but I thought that I'd answer anyway. PCOS is essentially a hormonal imbalance typically with higher than normal levels of androgens. ... (1 replies)
... I've left a couple of messages on this board asking for information about PCOS as I have just been diagnosed a few weeks ago, after almost 8 months of trying to conceive. ... (11 replies)
Anyone have PCOS?
Oct 14, 2004
... I have done EXTENSIVE research on PCOS. I have PCOS and I am a nursing student. There are many symptoms associated with this syndrome. ... (30 replies)
PCOS and Pregnancy
Sep 12, 2006
... like to raise is that having organic veg on offer seams to have helped a lot, I have also read that washing veg in 1 part vinegar to 12 parts water, then rinsing can also remove a lot of the chemicals in veg too. ... (2 replies)
Nov 7, 2006
... emily and icare.............I just wanted to say to you both to stay strong. PCOS is most definately confusing, but it can be managed once you figure out exactly what PCOS is and how it is affecting your body. I suggest that you both research it. Oh, and another thing............. ... (24 replies)
... ing with my weight so badly already and I think it's generally accepted you put pounds on with that.... so I decided that I'm not going to take it, but then read PCOS make you prone to weight gain... and whether or not I take it, I'm stuffed with thunderous pains down my right side because of the cyst. ... (5 replies)
... Has anyone else managed to conceive while having PCOS or high testosterone levels, or lost weight and have everything return to normal? ... (4 replies)
Jun 28, 2005
... so it's possible I wasn't overweight enough at that time to be having so many of the symptoms, but with the second we had tried for a very long time and had finally given up. ... (6 replies)
Mar 28, 2003
... ck of ovulation, excessive hair growth, insulin resistance, high androgen levels, ance, hair loss. It results from abnormal levels of certain hormones. It can't be cured, but it can be managed by birth control pills, progesterone, or infertiltiy drugs. ... (21 replies)
Pcos treatment
Jul 9, 2013
... i have managed to lose nearly 10 stone with the help of slimming clubs and pills but even now that has come to a stop. ... (1 replies)
... but i managed to lose 2 stone with weight watchers before that, i was silly and put this back on but it can be done! ... (5 replies)
... I have had pcos all my life, I say all my life even though I wasn't diagnosed until I was 19. I have never had regular periods only 2 a year approx. ... (5 replies)
... I am new to all this so answers would be greatly appreciated.. ... (3 replies)
... The PCOS I would not worry much about right now. That can be managed with medications and dietary measures. ... (5 replies)
... I was diagnosed with PCOS when I was not much older than you. It took me two and a half years to finally get a diagnosis. ... (9 replies)
Body gone haywire
May 14, 2006
... Hi everyone, I was dx with PCOS at 20. ... (8 replies)

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