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... old woman who was diagnosed as polycystic ovary. Hypothyroidism with a markedly elevated TSH level and an enlarged pituitary gland ...were noted... ... (9 replies)
... TSH level indicates that you are probably hypothyroid. TSH levels in healthy people are typically between 0.5 and 1.5, with average being around 1. Yours is 3.5. PCOS and hypothyroidism often go hand in hand. It is thought that hypothyroidism causes PCOS. ... (27 replies)
... which is dangerous for too long. I read today that PCOS can cause insulin resistance. HMMMMM? ... (9 replies)

... I have had PCOS for years. My doctor once told me that having PCOS caused insulin intolerance....which could lead to weight gain, tiredness, mood swings. ... (9 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)
... my PCOS was likely caused when I got TOO thin as a teen and my hormones got messed up. ... (1 replies)
... I was on Depo for 9 months. Before Depo, I was always perfectly healthy, with the exception of being about 10 pounds overweight. After Depo, I have magically developed a plethora of problems, including hypothyroidism, massive hair loss, cluster headaches (rad about them, they really majorly suck), extreme weight gain, sexual dysfunction, etc. Depo is the devil. Don't do... (10 replies)
New to PCOS
May 27, 2011
... gain. but after 3 years and i just couldn't lose the weight i decided to go to the DR. when we decided to try for another baby. i found out that i not only have PCOS but i have Hypothyroidism. she told me my ovaries and uterus looked healthy and great. ... (0 replies)
... and my diet is really pristine, no refined carbs, basically no carbs, no sugars, so in terms of changing my diet to a PCOS diet, there's no point because I'm basically on it already. ... (1 replies)
... I have actually had hypothyroidism dx for years (I am 32 and have had dx since 19). I have not actually been dx'd with PCOS, however I had an ultrasound on Friday and due to the craters in my ovaries I am sure that my dx is firm now. I also wish that I could have known about the dual diagnosis so that I could have been treated a long time ago. I appreciate others input. I... (3 replies)
... anything can happen and you won't know until you actually try to have kids. Just becasue you have PCOS doesn't mean you're infertile, or that you'll become unhealthy in the future. ... (2 replies)
... He did an exam and suggested I might have PCOS because my ovaries were "plump" and I have other symptoms like long cycles, abnormal bleeding, etc... ... (11 replies)
... I have had irregular periods for about the past 3 years, going at time 6 months to a year without a period at all. Currently I have not had a period since January. I have hypothyroidism, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol- I am only 23. I have read that the cholesterol/ blood pressure can be linked to PCOS. I have alot of trouble losing weight, even with exercise.... (1 replies)
... I have also asked about PCOS but my doctors say that I don't have this, despite the hirsutism, acne and ovarian cyst. ... (9 replies)
... ve children if you refuse to take the hormone your body can't make properly. I hope that wakes you up to how important it is to take this medication. Many with hypothyroidism also suffer with severe may find some relief once you take your Synthroid daily. ... (11 replies)
... I have a friend diagnosed with PCOS and she's had some very painful cyst ruptures. Funny how timely this topic is. ... (9 replies)
PCOS/weight loss
Jan 6, 2004
... I was diagnosed with PCOS and have been reading quite a bit of information on it. Weight problems are the worst thing about this disease. ... (10 replies)
... I tell everyone who has trouble conceiving or has PCOS to have their thyroid checked but I think it's especially important for you, since you are depressed. ... (1 replies)
... Jay- are you anywhere near Birmingham/London/Sway/Scotland? I have heard really good things about Dr Gordon Skinner for thyroid care. You should look into him. He treats symptoms and doesn't just base your treatment on bloodwork, though your bloodwork probably will show hypothyroidism. (27 replies)
... Hi Jay, I am going to try this a third time. The last two times I responded here, my text was lost after submitting. I am going to copy before submitting this time ;-) I am very sorry about the scary mole issue. I have also had a few moles removed because they looked suspicious and also had some atypical cells but they never turned out to be cancer. It's the "blessing" of... (27 replies)

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