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... diabetic and I know a lot of Cysters are insulin sensitive, which was another factor in my endocrinologist's diagnosis. The doctor told me that some women with PCOS are fortunate enough to have regular periods despite all the excess testosterone production. I am still waiting for the blood results back. ... (0 replies)
... I have always had regular periods. I started becoming irregular about 2 years ago. I just flat out would not get my period! ... (3 replies)
... I've always had period issues but never was diagnosed with anything. Pain, extremely heavy periods, big clots etc. Most of my issues were resolved when I started low carbing a couple years ago. ... (4 replies)

... Hi Rachel, I think you need another test for Hemoglobin A1c Also, a test called "C Peptide" would be good to compare to insulin levels. What is your diet like? You can regress the symptoms if they are caused by insulin insensitvity with a "low REFINED carb diet"... and a diabetic med such as glucophage to prevent high blood sugar rises when you eat. (7 replies)
... hi. my name is rachel, i'm 29, and this is my first time here. i'm concerned about having PCOS, but not sure if i don't have some necessary symptoms. ... (7 replies)
PCOS and Acne
Jan 27, 2004
... If you read the web, alot of women who have PCOS take spiro. Can I ask you, what kind of tests did you take to know you have it? ... (11 replies)
... regular periods but heavy and my doc says i have pcos - is she right? (1 replies)
... I have PCOS and have have had it since age of 14, I am now 23. ... (1 replies)
... I was dx with pcos about a month ago whilst having tests for infertility done. ... (4 replies)
... Hi there, I have done some research on PCOS and I seem to have a few of the symptoms, but my periods are fairly regular. ... (1 replies)
... I have some of the symptoms of PCOS but not all. ... (1 replies)
Dealing with PCOS!
Oct 17, 2009
... I was diagnosed with pcos when I was fourteen. Thankfully, I had a great doctor, whom I still have to this day, and she knows what pcos is and knows what to do and how to treat it. ... (10 replies)
PCOS/weight loss
Jan 7, 2004
... I did feel like you did when I did not eat, but when I started eating small snacks all though my day, I stopped feeling like that!!! Try to limit your carbs and go with fruit, veggies or those oatmeal bars!! ... (10 replies)
... depends on what level you have. This was probably back 16 years ago. Don't panic that it's cervical cancer because there are many in betweens that it could be, but definitely follow up with it to be sure and to have it monitored and taken care of so it doesn't turn into something to worry about. ... (3 replies)
... not overweight, regular periods, no excess hair. When I was 20, I started showing some more signs, although my periods were still regular. Then I went off the pill after moving and did not have a period for 8 months before going to the doctor and being diagnosed with PCOS. ... (5 replies)
... I'm really scared about this diagnosis and not sure what it means. I've been looking it up all day but my worries are not being alleviated. I just had a physical and my blood report came back with elevated insulin, androgens and thyroid. ... (1 replies)
Undiagnosed PCOS
Oct 2, 2006
... If PCOS is suspected in your case, which it does sound like you have it.......you should really see an endocrinologist or a Reproductive Endocrinologist. ... (5 replies)
... Metformin is usually a second line treatment for PCOS after the birth control pill. Quite obviously if you are suffering from migraines, the pill is definitely not for you. ... (4 replies)
... Lately, I have been doing some research into PCOS mostly because of severely oily skin. ... (1 replies)
Periods and PCOS
Sep 8, 2007
... So it's a good thing you're still getting periods, and I'm assuming the reason they're so heavy is because the lining is really thick. Also, PCOS and hypothyroidism are usually related, and hypothyroidism causes irregular but heavy periods. ... (3 replies)


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